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Ethanol Still Off 2018 Peak But Demand Keeps Climbing

The U.S. ethanol industry is sitting much more favorably compared to a year ago when demand was sliced in half. Even though the economy...

Make Crop Nutrition Plan Early to Lay Foundation for Success in...

Average corn and soybean yields have been on a steady increase for several yields. As a result of that, the plants take more nutrients...

Congress Seeks Update on Trade from Biden Administration

Two hearings on Capitol Hill this week focus on trade issues. U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is speaking to the Senate Finance Committee and...

USDA’s May WASDE Report Released, First Current Crop Report of 2021

The USDA released its latest World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report Wednesday. USDA says the corn crop is projected at 15.0 billion...

MDARD Food and Ag Grants Aim to Spark Growth, Meet Consumer...

During its regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday, the Michigan Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development voted to approve Food and Agriculture Investment Fund grants for...

Farm-Fatality Legislation Moves Forward; Senate to Consider It

Legislation aimed at protecting family farmers from fines after a workplace accident is one step closer to passing. The Michigan House approved House Bill 4031...

The AgroExpo’s 2021 Return: Robust Speaker, Demonstration Line Up

The 2021 AgroExpo is less than 100 days away as an in-person event. To say that Burt Henry, industry relations manager, is excited for...

Michigan Field Crop Planting Surges, Fruit Pollination Slows

Field Crops Despite timely rainfall in many areas, producers made significant planting progress, according to Marlo Johnson, Director of the Great Lakes Regional Office of...

ADM Helping You Get a Handle on Fertilizer Costs

Fertilizer costs are up and supplies are tight, but is there any relief in site? Prices have gone the way of commodity prices this...

Planting Forecast: Long Stretch of Dry Weather in View

The Michigan Ag Today Planting Weather Forecast is made possible by Greenstone Farm Credit Services: Supporting rural communities and agriculture with reliable, consistent credit...

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