If you're expecting more out of your soybeans, they may be expecting more from you.
Dean Foods says it will close its dairy plant in Sheboygan, Wis.
Nineteen scholarships worth up to $1,500 each will be awarded.
Decision tools for when to market fed cattle, risk management to protect price declines and health management for receiving calves highlight UW Extension Cattle Feeders Clinics Feb 9th though the 12th around Wisconsin.
Meatless meatballs at Ikea, #cowart with drones, Biofuel Boondoggle and more air quality lawsuits filed.
Expect China’s premium on U.S. soybeans to fade in the years ahead, says Dan Basse, AgResource.
Farming everywhere involves challenges, from daily weather patterns to long-term climate change. Yet Africa’s refusal to embrace new technology is a challenge that we have imposed upon ourselves.
San Antonio, Texas, will host hundreds of cattle producers during the upcoming Cattle Industry Annual Convention & NCBA Trade Show Feb. 4-7.
Assistance for Missouri's dairy farmers appears to be one of the first bills the Legislature will send to Gov. Jay Nixon.
The world’s largest dairy exporter says it plans to reduce the quantity of product offered on the GlobalDairyTrade auction platform, and via direct sales channels.
Ranchers can benefit by having annual breeding soundness exams and genetic tests done on all herd bulls.
Corn exports increased for the second week in a row, the highest volume since the beginning of harvest. Corn sales decreased after large increases the past two weeks, but remain above the 10-week average. Soybean sales increased significantly from low levels reported last week, although exports decl [...]
A coalition of environmental, animal rights and citizen action groups filed two lawsuits Wednesday alleging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is failing to address air pollution problems from large-scale livestock farms.
The TSCRA announced today that the 138th annual Cattle Raisers Convention is scheduled for March 27-29, 2015 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Food, agricultural and allied industry groups yesterday urged the parties involved in a labor dispute that’s affecting food exports that ship out of West Coast ports to resolve their differences as soon as possible.
New test uses monthly DHI test-day milk samples.
Extension Agent set out to discover whether double crop baleage was a viable option for all farmers.
Machinery Pete spotlights strong sale prices from an online farm auction Tuesday (January 27, 2015) in Michigan, including a new record high sale price on an Unverferth 3750 seed tender
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