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Rural America Continues Losing Farmland Acres at a Rapid Rate

A recent report from American Farmland Trust shows an alarming trend of farmland disappearing from rural America. Angie Doucette, the Midwest farmland protection manager with...

Michigan’s Apple Harvest Estimates Are In

Apples are one of the largest and most valuable fruit crops in Michigan, bringing in over $100 billion to Michigan's economy annually. This year...

Michigan Ag in the Classroom Mobilizes Farm Science Labs for Students

Have lab, will travel! Michelle Blodgett, Manager of Michigan Agriculture in the Classroom for Michigan Farm Bureau, showcased one of two labs to promote farm...

USDA Announces Another Phase of Assistance to Farmers Impacted by 2020,...

The USDA announced another phase of assistance will be forthcoming to commodity and specialty crop producers impacted by natural disasters in 2020 and 2021. More...

National FFA Organization Reaches All-Time High Membership

The National FFA Organization, which is based out of Indianapolis, has announced a record-high student membership number of 850,823, an increase of 15% from...

Cover Crops Mitigate Costs and Weather in Michigan

The AgroExpo in St. Johns, Michigan hosted many speakers. The Shaws, a farming couple, spoke about cover crops, sponsored by The Nature Conservancy. Ryan and...

AgroExpo in Michigan Brings Growers and Agribusiness Together

It’s that time of year in St. Johns, Michigan, for the annual AgroExpo. Burt Henry, Industry Relations Manager for AgroLiquid, share with Michigan Ag...

AgroLiquid Rep Says Growing Season Has Been Good Despite Challenges

There are a lot of conversations to be had with the many exhibitors at the AgroExpo, including with the sponsor of the event, AgroLiquid. Ryan...

USDA Increases Soybean Production Estimates, Lowers Corn Crop Projections for 2022

U.S. corn production is projected to be down from 2021, while soybean production is estimated to increase from last year, according to the USDA’s...

US Grain Exports to Mexico May Get Tougher

Exporting US grains to Mexico, may be getting tougher.  In 2018 the Mexican administration put forth a decree that could negatively affect US exports...

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