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Higher-Priced, Smaller Turkeys Likely on the Holiday Menu, Says CoBank

A new analysis from CoBank suggests consumers will see smaller and higher-priced turkeys this Thanksgiving season. After grappling with staff shortages, plant closures, and supply...

$223 Million in Funding to Increase US Meat Processing Capacity Announced...

U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the federal government is providing more than $220 million in new meat processing grants and...

How the Dairy Industry is Working to Solve Hunger Issues Across...

You may not know that milk is the most requested, but least donated product at food banks. That’s why the dairy industry is working...

Russia Pulls Out of Black Sea Grain Export Deal

Russia resumed its blockade of grain shipments exiting Ukraine on Sunday after announcing the country is pulling out of the grain deal brokered, in...

Harvest Weather Forecast: A Slight Pause on Harvest Early in the...

We have a pretty good opportunity for harvest to move forward over the next 10 days. We will begin with a weekend that is...

Gary Truitt’s ‘As I See It’: Keeping the 8,000-Year-Old Tradition Alive

As the rows of corn slide beneath the head of the combine and the yield monitor keeps a running count of the yield from...

After a Nice Harvest Weekend, Scattered Showers Could Hit Parts of...

Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin has more sunny, warm, and dry conditions for harvest this weekend in his latest Harvest Weather Forecast brought to you...

Looking Ahead to Your 2023 Fertility Plan

Soybean harvest is nearly in the rearview mirror for many across the state. In Monday’s USDA Crop Progress Report, 63% of Michigan soybeans had...

Reports of Impressive Corn and Soybean Harvest Results across Southern Michigan

So far in Michigan, 30 percent of corn has been harvested for grain and 63 percent of soybeans have been harvested, according to the...

Michigan Ranks in Top-Five for US Pumpkin Production

Michigan ranks in the top-five for pumpkin production in the U.S. according to the USDA’s Economic Research Service. In 2021, Michigan was the fifth-leading...

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