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Way Too Much Moisture in the Forecast the Next Week to...

Michigan Ag Today Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says there’s way too much moisture in the forecast over the course of the next week to...

Recent Dry Weather Sparks Other Concerns as Planting Progress Picks Up

It was a wonderful week to get caught up on fieldwork and planting in Michigan last week. The Michigan Ag Today forecast from Chief...

Rain Returns for the Weekend

We have some rain on the way this weekend. This is the Planting Weather Forecast from MAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin brought to you...

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Detected in Michigan’s First Commercial Poultry Flock

Following an investigation by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), the Michigan State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory has detected highly pathogenic...

No Need to Discuss Switching Hybrid Maturities Yet

“I want to remind everybody that while the last few years have been good, this is kind of what a normal year looks like...

A Needed Respite From Rain Next Week

Farmers have been waiting to hear this for some time now- some good news regarding the weather forecast! This is the Planting Weather Forecast...

Pioneer Agronomist Shares How to Determine if Soils are Fit

It's been a slow go to start the planting season, but it's more important to be chasing fit soils than it is to be...

Taking a Program Approach to Battling Waterhemp, Palmer Amaranth

Many farmers are still seeking a good solution to fight tough weeds like waterhemp and Palmer Amaranth. Aaron Smith, Corteva’s US Product Manager for...

Carbon Credit Programs Continue to Grow with Increasing Revenue for Farmers

Carbon smart farming, climate smart agriculture, employing soil health practices… whatever you want to call it, it’s gaining traction and some farmers are getting...

Western Kentucky Farmers Face Tornado Aftermath

It’s been over three months now since a devastating tornado ripped through Western Kentucky. For farmers in the area, cleanup efforts continue as planting...

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