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Harvest Forecast: Wet Weather To Dampen Michigan

Plentiful (some would even say excessive”) moisture coming across Michigan over the coming week to 10 days. Harvest will clearly have some challenges to...
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China’s Ag Buying Surges Ahead of Next Round of Talks With...

Late last week, China said it’s already bought a considerable number of U.S. soybeans and pork as it prepares for the next round of...

Sec. Perdue Visits Michigan, Talks Trade Deals

Trade was one of many topics discussed at a townhall meeting in Frankenmuth Thursday with Sec. Sonny Perdue and American Farm Bureau president Zippy...

RFA Sets EPA Straight on U.S. Ethanol Demand

The Renewable Fuels Association sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency regarding its testimony before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. The...

Importance of Transportation Inspection Ahead of Harvest

Harvest 2019 has begun for a few farmers while others are anxiously waiting to parade their machinery to the field Your first priority might be...

Too Much Moisture Moving Through for Harvest to Get Going

Too Much Moisture Moving Through for Harvest to Get Going As we prepare to turn the calendars to October, here on Michigan Ag Today, we’ll...

MDARD Preparing Hemp Growers For Possible Gov’t Shutdown

The Michigan Constitution requires that a balanced budget be in place at the start of the fiscal year in order to expend funds to...

EPA Granted Waivers Against Energy Department Recommendations

The Environmental Protection Agency granted some small refinery waivers against recommendations by the Department of Energy. Reuters obtained an August 9 memo that states the...
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Industry Reaction to U.S., Japan Trade Agreement

On Wednesday, President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe they have completed a trade agreement between the two countries. State and national associations have...

Using Cover Crops to Manage SCN

There are many reasons why some farmers choose to plant cover crops: preventing soil erosion, increasing organic matter, and using it as forage for...

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