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Uncertainty in the Markets Ahead of the June 30 Acreage Report

The USDA will issue its Acreage Report on Thursday, June 30. Ben Kasch with Bower Trading says the markets will be watching the report...

Russia’s War in Ukraine Continues to Affect Food and Fuel Prices

Russia’s ongoing war against Ukraine continues to affect the price of what you’re paying for food and fuel. Russia has been blocking Ukraine from exporting...

Farm Organizations Frustrated with EPA Regarding Pesticide Impacts

The American Soybean Association (ASA) and American Farm Bureau Federation are both expressing frustration with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over the Endangered Species...

Cattle and Pork Industries Fighting SEC Climate Rule

Both the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) filed comments to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)...

Fields-of-Corn Photo Contest is Open

The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) Fields-of-Corn.com photo contest is now open and accepting entries for the 2022 contest. Since the beginning of the contest in...

Ninety-three Percent of Corn Crop, 84 Percent of Soybeans Planted So...

With dry weather prevailing across much of Michigan, producers were able to make significant progress with planting. So far in Michigan, 93 percent of the...

Livestock Producers Turning to Technology to Detect Cattle Disease

Livestock producers are turning to technology to detect disease in their cattle using a tool from Merck Animal Health called Whisper on Arrival. And now,...

Eighty Percent of Corn Crop, 60 Percent of Soybeans Planted So...

Despite moisture last week across much of the state, Michigan farmers were able to continue planting in between rain. So far in Michigan, 80 percent...

Strike Continues at CNH Industrial Plants

Approximately 1,200 United Auto Workers workers at the CHN Industrial plants in Racine, Wisconsin, and Burlington, Iowa will remain on strike for the fifth...

How Heat Can Negatively Affect Your Pigs and Pork Production

As heat and humidity return to Michigan, it’s time to start thinking about how the heat can have a negative effect on your livestock. Dr....

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