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The dry summer moving into fall had some benefits, and one of those benefits are a lack of ear mold in the Michigan corn crop. Gary Brinkman, a Pioneer agronomist, has been touring Michigan fields, and compared to 2018, 2019...
Trade talks between the U.S. and China in Washington D.C. are bringing a renewed hope of progress. To Dave Salmonsen, American Farm Bureau Federation senior congressional relations director, the talks offer some encouragement. “We’re at a point where tariffs have continually...
Nearly 600 former employees of the Environmental Protection Agency seek an investigation into alleged political retaliations. A letter by employees announced Thursday asks the House Oversight Committee to investigate President Donald Trump’s alleged abuse of EPA authority. The group cites Trump...
The Harvest Weather Forecast is brought to you by GreenStone Farm Credit Services, your trusted source for financing, crop insurance, and tax and accounting services for your farm business. Moisture will be impacting nearly the entire state over the weekend,...
WHEAT: The outlook for 2019/20 U.S. wheat this month is for smaller supplies, reduced total use, and rising ending stocks. Wheat production is cut 18.5 million bushels to 1,962 million based on the NASS Small Grains Summary, issued on...

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All summer long, the ethanol and corn industry pushed hard for the EPA to stop granting small refiner waivers. This caused some tension between...

One of the biggest hurdles to passing the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement could soon go away. Mexico recently promised House Democratic Leadership that it would improve...

A very cold start to our harvest forecast, with frost and freeze conditions over a large part of Michigan. The strong low responsible for...
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