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Thanks-4-Giving: Farm Bureau, Insurance Agents Pack Thanksgiving Baskets

Michigan Farm Bureau members and insurance agents gave up their Saturday morning to pack dinner baskets for food banks, churches and farmers. Hundreds of Thanksgiving...

Ag Credit Conditions Recover in Third Quarter

Farm income and loan repayment rates recovered from sharp declines in the second quarter, and demand for credit softened according to Federal Reserve Ag...

EPA Encourages Americans to Avoid Food Waste Over the Holidays

Fresh off the Thanksgiving holiday and fridges stuffed with leftovers, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wants consumers to consider the environment when it comes...

Cherry Marketing Grant To Be Used to Incorporate More Cherries in...

The Cherry Marketing Institute (CMI) received a federal grant of $125,000. 99 percent of the tart cherry industry is processed: dried, canned, juice or...

‘Imperative’ to Meet Deer-Testing Quota by Dec. 31 to Maintain TB...

Deer hunters in a dozen northern Lower Peninsula counties are urged to turn in the heads of harvested deer to an MDNR check station...

Northey: Applying for DMC Can Mean Difference Between Staying in Business...

Not only is December 11 the deadline to apply for CFAP, it’s also the deadline to apply for the Dairy Margin Coverage program. USDA Undersecretary...

Ways to Enjoy Michigan-Grown Turkey at Smaller Thanksgiving Gatherings

A new survey from MSU’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources found that 72 percent of those surveyed are limiting their Thanksgiving plans. Even...

Michigan Sugarbeet Harvest Complete; Corn, Soybeans Nearing the Finish Line

Michigan continued to experience unseasonably warm temperatures accompanied by generally drier conditions, according to Marlo Johnson, Director of the Great Lakes Regional Office of...

Using Michigan-Grown Montmorency Tart Cherries in Holiday Dishes

If your holiday dishes typically look a little bland, this year you might consider adding a pop of U.S-grown, Montmorency tart cherry red. Julie...

Gary Truitt of HAT and MAT Networks Now a Hall of...

It’s now official, Gary Truitt is a member of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting Hall of Fame. The founder of Hoosier Ag Today,...

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