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Senator Stabenow Announces Nearly $400,000 to Address the Opioid Crisis in...

U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Ranking Member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, announced Monday Michigan State University will receive...

Bacon Farmers Seek Immediate COVID-Relief Action

President Trump expressed disappointment regarding the ongoing stalemate in the development of new COVID-relief legislation, saying his lead negotiator “hasn’t come home with the...

Reasons for Lack of Harvest Market Pressure

For the last few months, China has been purchasing a lot of U.S. corn. This week, sales of nearly 700,000 MT of corn to...

Harvest Forecast: Unsettled Pattern Might Make Harvest Windows Small

The Michigan Ag Today Harvest Weather Forecast is made possible by GreenStone Farm Credit Services: Supporting rural communities and agriculture with reliable, consistent credit...

Using Harvest Data, Soil Sampling to Make 2021 Planting Decisions

As yields roll in, producers are already making plans for 2021 based off their harvest data. First, Mike Swoish, Pioneer agronomist, says growers need...

American Farm Bureau’s 102nd Convention Goes Virtual

The American Farm Bureau Federation announced today that its 102nd Annual Convention will be held online following the cancelation of all events through Jan. 31,...

Registration Open for NMPF/NDB/UDIA Annual Meeting Oct. 27 to 28

Registration is open for the joint annual meeting of the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF), the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board (NDB) and the...

Additional Retail Demand for Sugar Unclear as Baking Season Approaches

The Michigan Ag Today Sugarbeet Harvest Report is made possible by Betaseed: where research breeds confidence. Cooler temperatures not only signify harvest season, but it...

Enrollment Begins for 2021 ARC, PLC

Farmers have until March 15, 2021, to enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) or Price Loss Coverage (PLC) risk management programs for the...

Michigan Potato Seed Producer Grows Spuds of a Different Color

If you’re looking to satisfy your craving for a salty snack food, purple potato chips boast a lot of Michigan pride. “There’s a lot of...

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