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What Michigan Farmers Can Do Now to Prepare for Spring Planting

Spring planting will be here before you know it! That’s why Tom Manney, Technical Agronomist with Specialty Hybrids, had advice for Michigan farmers during...

Michigan Ag Today Remains Most Listened to Farm Report in Michigan

Every two years, the Ag Media Research company surveys top farmers across the state. These telephone surveys ask working farmers about their radio listening...

After Record Year in ’22, What to Expect for ’23 Farmland...

2022 was a year of record farmland prices. Throughout Q3, we saw headlines nearly every week for a new record-breaking sale somewhere in the...

Fertilizer Prices Will Likely Be Slow to Come Down in 2023

When it came to fertilizer last year, news of shortages and skyrocketing prices affected farm operations everywhere. But, when it comes to getting a...

Why the USDA’s January WASDE Report May Affect Grain Prices for...

The USDA’s monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, which was released at 12 p.m. on Thursday, may have a lasting impact...

Co-Alliance Announces $45 Million in Patronage Will be Paid Back to...

One of the benefits of doing business with your local, farmer-owned cooperative is having a portion of the co-op’s profits made in a year...

Michigan Well Represented in Puerto Rico at American Farm Bureau Convention

Winners of the Young Farmers & Ranchers Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitions were recently announced at the American Farm Bureau’s 104th...

How the USDA’s January WASDE Report Could Impact Grain Prices

As the USDA gets set to release its monthly World Ag Supply and Demand Estimates Report (WASDE) report Thursday afternoon, it could have an...

American Farm Bureau Establishes 2023 Policies During Annual Convention

Farmer and rancher delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 104th Convention on Tuesday adopted policies to guide the organization’s work in 2023. Key...

US Won’t Compromise with Mexico on their Planned GMO Corn Ban,...

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack said the U.S. won’t back down or compromise on its stance against Mexico’s plan to ban imports of genetically modified...

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