Michigan Ag News

Michigan Ag News

August held a lot of promise for the corn and soybean crops in the eastern Corn Belt, but dry weather tempered yield expectations. As...

Field Crops Much of the state experienced rainfall and cooler temperatures throughout the week, according to Marlo Johnson, Director of the Great Lakes Regional Office...

In an effort to prevent spread of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has announced plans to...

After a cloudy, drizzly week last week, the weather is going to turn sunny and dry this week. According to MAT chief meteorologist Ryan Martin,...

In USDA’s September World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, Brazil has the potential to produce a soybean crop of 133 million tons or just...

Food Bullying, as defined by Michele Payn, author of a groundbreaking book by the same name, “literally takes food out of someone’s hand -...

USDA Undersecretary for Farm Production and Conservation Bill Northey traveled to tart cherry country on Thursday. Alongside Congressman Jack Bergman of the 1st District,...

USDA will release its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and Crop Production Reports on Friday at 12 ET. In the August reports,...

According to a study from the CDC, farmers are among the most likely to die by suicide, compared with other occupations. Eric Karbowski, community behavioral...

After Wednesday’s close, the soybean market finished higher for 12 consecutive days. Now, contract highs are of those that were last seen January 2,...
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