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American Farm Bureau has released its first assessment of the impact on farmers and ranchers in the wake of the national mitigation efforts to...

USDA is offering grants and loan guarantees to help rural businesses and agricultural producers reduce their energy costs and consumption. The funding is being provided...

By Mitch Galloway Michigan Farm News Completion of the 2018 harvest left Matt Schwab depressed, deflated and irritated. Depressed, because the farm wasn’t making money. Deflated, because...

If you’re thinking frustrations from a weather-challenged 2019 are finally over, you might think differently as income tax preparations get underway — especially if...

After nearly two years of Chinese retaliatory tariffs targeting U.S. agricultural exports, fears of whether a promised Phase One trade agreement between China and...

Citing delayed plantings and harvests due to abnormal weather in 2019, the USDA announced Wednesday Michigan producers now have until Dec. 20 to enroll...

Noting the mounting frustration of Michigan farmers to see progress on resolving numerous trade disputes while dealing with significant weather-related challenges in 2019, Michigan...

By Dennis Rudat, Michigan Farm Bureau If you’re experiencing harvest delays on corn and soybean crops covered under a crop insurance policy, and think you’ll...

As Michigan farmers head to the fields between unrelenting rainfall events, many unfortunately will discover new record-low yields, if projections in the latest USDA...
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