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It's time to learn how to calibrate grain loss monitors on combines.
This week ended on a better note. Prices would have likely been lower for the week, but news reports saying trade talks will continue between the U.S. and China supported prices, says Jerry Gulke.
On Monday the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour gets underway.
China is back in play as both the U.S. and Chinese governments indicated trade talks are back on. But is it all just noise?
The company says it cares about choices for farmers and kept that in mind when making its recommendation.
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Is China starting to feel more pain than the U.S. as a result of the trade war? Analysts say it’s starting to look that way.
Compared to last week, feeder steers and heifers sold steady to $3 lower.
Dairy farmers across the country are joining the Put The Herd First campaign to help donate milk to the needy.
WholeStone Farms chairman Luke Minion says the purchase aligns with the company’s goal to create and capture value in the pork supply chain for their 220 independent producer-owners.
This combine sold on Wednesday.
As you line up land opportunities for the 2019 season, consider different lease options to find the one that best fits your needs.
Deere and Company said Friday that the impact of stronger fundamentals for other crops outweighed the impact of the decline in soybeans, which have fallen because of Chinese tariffs.
Following a story on a recent Farm Journal Research survey, we received several emails from readers. Here's a few excerpts from those notes.
The Food and Drug Administration’s investigation into the source of an outbreak of cyclosporiasis from McDonald’s salads continues, with a focus on distributors and growers of romaine and carrots in the salads.
While the overall index climbed to 54.8 from 53.8 in July, the farm related categories demonstrate the impact tariffs are having on rural America.
The Togo wolf pack has attacked five cattle in the past 10 months, which meets the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's lethal removal policy threshold but there are no current plans to euthanize the wolves.
The United Fresh Produce Association has scheduled a number of food safety education events.
Matt Lohr farms in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
A pioneer of agricultural technology is putting away her lab goggles for the last time. Mary-Dell Chilton is retiring from Syngenta, where she founded its biotech lab and researched plant genetics and biotechnology.