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Perdue: 2nd Round of MFP Payments Authorized

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced that the second tranche of Market Facilitation Program payments has been authorized. The Market Facilitation...

Cancellation of APEC Meeting Doesn’t Change China Trade Talks

Chile’s cancellation of the November APEC summit shouldn’t change the outlook for trade talks with China. Planned for November 16 and 17, Chile canceled the...

Sec. Perdue Announces Lease for ERS, NIFA in Kansas City

On Thursday, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) signed a lease for permanent office space at 805 Pennsylvania...

NPB: Prioritize Flu Vaccinations to Protect People and Pigs

The National Pork Board is reminding producers to add flu vaccinations to their fall priority list. Pork producers are working through the on-farm tasks...

VP Pence Calls on Congress to Pass USMCA

Vice President Mike Pence spent time early this week promoting the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement while calling on Congress to pass the trade deal. Pence penned...

Online Registration Open for AFBF’s 2020 Annual Convention

Online registration is open for the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 101st Annual Convention & Trade Show, Jan. 17-22, 2020, in Austin, Texas. Attendees will learn...

Michigan Hay Listing Network Adding Silage Option

It’s October in Michigan and frost might soon be in the forecast. If it hits before the corn crop is mature, farmers might have...

Ethanol Applauds New White House Proposal to Restore Demand

After President Trump announced he would have a biofuels package for farmers in August, the White House is making good on their promise. Ethanol groups...

U.S. Trade Deficit Narrow with China

The United States’ trade deficit with China is as small as it’s been in recent months. U.S. exports hit a five-month high, which Bloomberg says...

Scout for Leaf Diseases, Stalk Integrity as Harvest Begins

Before the rains this weekend delaying field work, some farmers in Southwestern Michigan were able to start harvest. One of the problems that impacted...

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