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Molly Nichols Joins Michigan Ag Today Team as Sales and Station...

Michigan Ag Today announces that Molly Nichols is now the Director of Sales and Station Relations. Nichols will direct all local and regional sales...

Conversations with Dairy Checkoff: “Moolah for Schools” Grant Program

On this month’s edition of “Conversations with Dairy Checkoff,” we’re joined by Brianna Henton, Youth Wellness Manager for United Dairy Industry of Michigan. MAT: Through...

Farm Bill Listening Sessions Scheduled for Michigan Farm Bureau Members

County Farm Bureau members interested in helping shape the 2023 Farm Bill and its agriculture and conservation programs are encouraged to attend one of two remaining...

Beagle Brigade Act Will Help Safeguard Agriculture, Says Michigan Ag Organizations

Michigan agricultural organizations today hailed introduction of H.R. 8432, the Beagle Brigade Act of 2022, and urged its speedy approval by Congress. “The importation of...

Deal Signed to Allow Grain Exports out of Ukraine

Officials from Russia and Ukraine signed a deal Friday to reopen grain exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports. The agreement, if executed, could end...

Farmland Values Continue to Rise Across the US

There has been an uptick in land values across the U.S. over the past 12 months according to Farm Credit Services of America. Tim...

Some Good News Regarding Fertilizer Costs

American farmers struggling with the high cost of fertilizer got some good news from the International Trade Commission on proposed UAN tariffs. The U.S....

Federal Crop Insurance a Top Priority for Farmers, Says National Corn...

Federal crop insurance is essential to farming and should be protected from harmful budget cuts and reforms in the 2023 farm bill, a National...

New African Swine Fever Project Between US and Philippines Applauded by...

A new joint effort to address the challenges of African Swine Fever is receiving praise from The National Pork Producers Council. The USDA’s Foreign Agricultural...

“Make This Better”: How One Family’s Experience with Tuberculosis Helps Other...

Cheboygan County farmer Jim LaPeer’s dream was raising cattle.   “Bought the first 50 acres in 1981, built it and built it, and what we ended up...

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