Jackson County, Ore., won't be enforcing the ban on genetically modified crops approved by voters last May until a lawsuit filed by alfalfa famers is resolved.​
My need to feel how a tool fits my hand limits my online tool shopping.
President Barack Obama's announcement this week to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba and ease some economic restrictions has been closely followed in Kansas, as the move could open up a major market for winter wheat producers.
Consider beef this holiday season.
A second Arkansas man was arrested Wednesday and placed in the Ouachita County, Ark. jail as a suspect in the theft of approximately 70 head of cattle across Texas and Arkansas.
Last year as Jack Frost nipped across the United States, the swine industry saw an immense spike in Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) cases.
The U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade meetings should facilitate export of products like feta and parmesan cheese.
Wheat hits new highs, Cuba opens up for trade, and corn stays above $4.
It's official—the Section 179 tax deduction was signed into law today by President Obama.
DuPont Pioneer and S&W Seed Company today announced an agreement for S&W Seed Company to acquire DuPont Pioneer alfalfa germplasm, as well as alfalfa production and research facility assets.
A former manager at an Iowa-based halal food supplier is expected to plead guilty as part of a federal criminal investigation into the company's exporting and marketing practices, according to court documents filed Thursday.
While we have seen some fairly large extended moves in the grains and the stock market this year, big limit move type days have been scarce. That has not been the case here in December for the cattle and feeder cattle markets. Feeders posted 5 limit down days in a row ($15.00) before the Merc finall [...]
Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says this week futures were lower, butter took a big hit, more production, and more cows. Production is increasing and demand is decreasing so it doesn't look to positive for next year.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says he will drop plans to create a new beef checkoff.
Twenty three of the major dairy states reported increased milk production. Guess which states didn't?
The Hawaii County plans to appeal a federal judge's ruling invalidating a county law restricting genetically modified crops on the island.
Ever wonder what happens when you send a soil sample off to be tested?
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