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USDA: Crop Prices Projected to Decline, Livestock Prices to Generally Rise...

Recently released USDA projections reveal expectations for U.S. crop prices to decrease over the next 10 years while prices for major animal products, except...

Milk Drives Deliver Dairy to Michigan Food Banks

Retail store milk drives yielded an impressive 174,659 gallons of milk for food banks this fall thanks to customers of grocery retailer SpartanNash (Family...

Farm Bill Veterans Peterson and Roberts Weigh In on Obstacles Facing...

Former Congressman Collin Peterson, a Democrat from Minnesota, and former Senator and Congressman Pat Roberts, a Republican from Kansas, spoke to farm broadcasters Friday...

Possible Tax Credit Ahead for Soy Oil-Based Aviation Fuel

Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow soybean oil-based jet fuel to qualify for an unprecedented tax credit. A Reuters article says that...

Avoiding Soil Compaction This Fall Can Benefit Crops in the Spring

The end of harvest 2021 is in sight. Dry weather from last week pushed farmers closer to the finish line, leaving less than 25...

Ethanol Hits Additional Roadblock in 2022 With EPA Extending RVO Deadline

The EPA is proposing to indefinitely extend the compliance deadlines for Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOs) for 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. These general timeframes the...

If You Do Underapply Fertilizer, Here Are Some Considerations

Sky-high fertilizer prices are causing some farmers to rethink their nutrient management plans for 2022. Can you skimp out on applying nitrogen? What about...

Farm Bureau: Survey Shows Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Up 14%

Enjoying Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends is a priority for many Americans, but paying attention to how the meal will impact the budget...

Farmers Need to Have that Uncomfortable Fertilizer Conversation

The current state of global fertilizer supply and demand is creating a challenge on the farm, to put it mildly. Demand is very high,...

Michigan Allied Poultry Industries Awards Three $1,500 Scholarships

Michigan Allied Poultry Industry (MAPI) awarded its third annual scholarships this month to three Michigan college students. This year’s awards went to Michigan State...

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