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91,000 Soybean Bushels to be Destroyed

Three years after 145 bushels of soybeans were grown on land with sediment from a Kalamazoo River Superfund site, 91,000 bushels of soybeans need...

USDA Lowers Corn and Soybean Production Estimates

The monthly World Agriculture Supply and Demand report released by the Department of Agriculture lowered corn and soybean production. Markets responded closing six to seven...

EPA, Army Repeals WOTUS, Proposes New Definition

Shortly after his inauguration, President Trump signed an executive order to review and rescind or revise the 2015 Waters of the U.S., or WOTUS...

What Dairies Should Know About PFAS

PFAS is a group of man-made chemicals that are found on products that are water-resistant, oil resistant, or stain resistant. It’s leached its way...

ARC, PLC Safety Net Enrollment Now Open

Last week, the USDA announced that enrollment for Price Loss Coverage (PLC) or Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) is open.   According to John Newton, chief economist...

GreenStone Benchmarks Show Michigan Land Prices Showing Stability

For more than 30 years, GreenStone Farm Credit Services has compiled market and consumer data to determine annual benchmark land values to create an...

Early Harvest Begins for Michigan Sugar Beet Farmers

  Early harvest has begun for Michigan Sugar Company. All four factories are open and processing sugar beets. Jim Ruhlman, executive vice president of Michigan Sugar...

USDA: $3B in Resources Available for Farmers Hurt by 2018, 2019...

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced that agricultural producers affected by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019, including Hurricane Dorian, can apply...

Indiana Farm Show Announces 2019 Event Theme

The Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology Expo, presented by American Family Insurance, has announced the theme for the show that will take place December...

FDIC Reports More Farmers Falling Behind on Loans

A U.S. banking regulator says more farmers are falling behind on loans held by community banks when compared to last year. The Federal Deposit Insurance...

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