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Planting Weather Forecast: No Real Breaks From the Rain

Plenty of rain in the forecast for Michigan over the next 10 days. We have at least 2 significant weather makers to talk about...

Way Too Much Moisture in the Forecast the Next Week to...

Michigan Ag Today Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says there’s way too much moisture in the forecast over the course of the next week to...

Butcher Block Act, a Less Controversial Supply Chain Bill, Wins Bipartisan...

The Butcher Block Act to boost U.S. meat processing capacity, in contrast to a second packer concentration bill, won bipartisan House Ag panel support...

U.N. Wants Ukraine’s Ports Opened for Grain Shipments

The United Nations is talking with Russia about the possibility of opening up Ukraine’s Black Sea ports for grain shipments to get exported. Ukraine is...

A Significant Jump in Sugarbeet Planting Progress Across Michigan

The Michigan Ag Today Sugarbeet Planting Report is made possible by BASF and Provysol fungicide. Be proactive and control cercospera leaf spot in your...

How Corn and Soybean Hybrids Can Adapt to Weeds and Weather...

So far in Michigan, 31 percent of corn and 32 percent of soybeans have been planted according to the USDA's weekly crop progress report...

House Ag Committee Approves Controversial Meat Industry Oversight Bill

Key bills on everything from boosting funding for the USDA’s Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) and domestic fertilizer production to increasing meat processing competition...

Dairy Groups Call for Retaliatory Tariffs on Canada

American dairy groups are calling on the U.S. government to implement retaliatory tariffs on Canada over its dairy policies. The groups say Ottawa made...

Volatile Fertilizer Market Likely Through 2023

Farmers had many questions regarding fertilizer this spring, according to Corey Rosenbusch, President and CEO of The Fertilizer Institute. “I've spent a good part of...

Rural Land Market Outlook Remains Strong

Following record sales in 2021, the rural land market continues to surge this year. This offers opportunities for both sellers and buyers of farm,...

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