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UDIM Navigating 2020’s Challenges with Continued Focus on Community

You might be remiss finding an industry or business who hasn’t faced headwinds in 2020. However, the United Dairy Industry of Michigan has taken...

2020 Has Been About Building, Strengthening Connections for USHBC

The blueberry industry has faced no shortage of challenges, but 2020 has also dished out some sliver linings. Kasey Cronquist, CEO of the U.S....

NAWG Welcomes FY 2021 Omnibus, COVID-19 Relief Package

On December 21, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate passed H.R. 133, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, sending it to...

Lake Effect Snow Could Make for a Michigan White Christmas

After some overnight showers, most of Michigan will see a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day on Tuesday that are drifting across...

Michigan Sugar Looking Forward to ‘Bright’ 2021 After ‘Fantastic’ Harvest

Michigan Sugar started sugarbeet harvest on August 11—the earliest start date for a campaign in recent history. According to Jim Ruhlman, executive vice president,...

Looking at Beef, Pork Demand to End 2021

In USDA’s December World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE), average cattle prices are forecast to be around $108, which is where they’re currently...

Valent’s New Insecticide, Fungicide For Apple Producers in 2021

Michigan’s apple producers will have two new tools at their disposal for the 2021 season. Earlier this month, Valent launched the Senstar Insecticide, and...

Using Laser Scarecrows to Keep Birds Out of Your Sweet Corn...

Sweet corn naturally attracts butter and salt once it’s out of the field, but in the field, it can attract birds. There’s liquid repellants,...

MABA’s Compelling Line-Up for Winter Conference, Adds Extra Day to Accomodate

The Michigan Agri-Business Association’s annual Winter Conference is one of the most important events it holds each year. According to Chuck Lippstreu, president of...

Rupp Seeds Preparing for 2021, Excitement Around XtendFlex

Rupp Seeds are at work preparing for the 2021 planting season. This year, that involves COVID precautions. According to John Richards, district sales manager,...

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