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How Michigan Sugarbeet Producers May Be Catching Up with Spring Planting

The Michigan Ag Today Sugarbeet Planting report is made possible by BASF and Provysol fungicide. Be proactive and control cercospera leaf spot in your...

Why a Late Corn Planting Start Shouldn’t Be Concerning to Michigan...

Even though it’s been a late start to the planting season, there may be some concern that this year’s corn yield might drop off. ...

How Former US Surgeon General Adams is Pushing for Greater Health...

There’s been an ongoing push to provide greater access to health care services for Hoosier farmers and those living in Michigan’s rural communities.  That...

Another Large Sale of U.S. Corn to China Announced by the...

Another large private sale of 1.02 million metric tons of U.S. corn for delivery to China has been reported Monday by the USDA’s Foreign...

Country Star Lee Brice to Honor Farmers on Upcoming Tour Date...

Country music singer and songwriter Lee Brice will celebrate farmers with his new song called “Farmer” throughout his ‘Label Me Proud Tour’ this summer,...

US Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack Tests Positive for COVID-19

U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced he has tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing mild symptoms. I tested positive for COVID. I’m both...

Egg Prices Rise As Avian Influenza Affects Poultry Farms

Recent outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza are adding strain to the egg supply chains across the country, which is currently impact the pricing...

Updated Cattle Market Reform Bill Introduced in Congress

An updated version of the Cattle Price Discovery and Transparency Act has been released in the U.S. Senate. The updated bipartisan bill would: Require the...

Fertilizer Prices, Availability Could Be Further Impacted By Canadian Rail Strike

The price of fertilizer has already skyrocketed over the past 18 months with some farmers saying they are having trouble getting it.  Those issues...

Crop Insurance Company Fined $500,000 For Filing False Claims For Michigan...

A crop insurance company and its CEO have agreed to pay a $500,000 fine after being accused of filing false federal crop insurance claims...

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