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Finding New Uses and Demand for Soybeans through USB’s $123 Million...

The farmer-leaders of the United Soybean Board (USB) convened for their summer board meeting last week in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to approve a 2023 fiscal...

Beef Exports Continue To Set Records

Beef exports set volume and value records in the month of May. Dan Halstrom, President and CEO of the U.S. Meat Export Federation says...

Farmland Prices Continue to Set New Records

The sale prices for good cropland in rural America continue upward, reaching new high points in many states. Recently, good cropland in Indiana has sold...

Farm Production Expenses Increased by 7.3 Percent, Says USDA

Farm production expenses increased by 7.3 percent from 2020 to 2021 and hit $392.9 billion, higher than the $366.2 billion total in 2020 according...

‘Small Family Farmer and Rancher Relief Act’ Introduced Into U.S. House...

Rep. David Scott (D-GA), who serves as chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, introduced the "Small Family Farmer and Rancher Relief Act" (H.R. 8590)...

More Fertilizer Could Come from China, Says Chief Ag Negotiator Nominee...

President Biden’s pick to be the next Chief Ag Negotiator says, if confirmed, he’ll engage with China to step up its production of fertilizer...

Tar Spot in Corn Causing Concerns for Michigan Farmers

Tar spot has been an issue for many Michigan corn growers over the past several years. With recent rain showers across the state over the...

Farm Bill Priorities Announced by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) announced its priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill based on producer input at the association’s Summer Business Meeting...

Federal Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Expand Demand for Ethanol

Legislation called the Next Generation Fuels Act was introduced this week in both the U.S. House and Senate. It aims to leverage higher-octane fuels...

U.S. Economy Having the Biggest Impact on Fuel Prices

Oil prices have moderated over the past couple of weeks, allowing fuel prices to flatten or even decrease in some states. Patrick DeHaan with...

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