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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...

Sarah McCormick Joins Michigan Ag Today Broadcast Team

Michigan Ag Today, the leading farm network in the state, announces that Sarah McCormick has joined its broadcast team. McCormick, who will be based in...

Michigan Farmers are Encouraged to Enter the NCGA’s Corn Yield Contest

If you’re a Michigan corn farmer, you're being encouraged to enter the National Corn Growers Association Yield Contest. However, the deadline for entering is...

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...

Celebrating Fresh Food During National Farmers Market Week

This week is National Farmers Markets Week, and the good news is that farmers and vendors have been able to operate continuously through the...

Reports of Japanese Beetles Affecting Crops in Southern Michigan

There are reports of Japanese beetles affecting corn and soybean crops across parts of southern Michigan, according to Stuart Welden, Field Sales Representative with...

Ukraine Reports 22.7 Percent Increase in Ag Exports from June to...

In spite of its ongoing war with Russia, Ukraine's Ministry of Agrarian Policy reports the country exported 2.66 million metric tons of grains and...

Shrinking US Cattle Herd Likely Means Higher Beef Prices

Because of high feed prices and severe drought across much of the U.S., a significant number of cattle farmers and ranchers have reduced their...

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