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Inflation Will Burden U.S. Economy for Several Years, Says Farm Bureau

Overall consumer prices during April were 8.3 percent higher than last year, and America’s families can expect inflation to continue pressuring their wallets for...

Export Sales Hit Marketing-Year Lows

USDA says sales of corn, beans, and wheat to overseas buyers plunged to marketing-year low points during the week ending on May 5. Agency data...

Planting Weather Forecast: Rain Returns for the Weekend and Late Next...

A nearly perfect week for drying last week, with lots of sunshine and warm air. We don’t get quite as nice of a week...

Rain Returns for the Weekend

We have some rain on the way this weekend. This is the Planting Weather Forecast from MAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin brought to you...

Lower Corn, Higher Soybean Production Estimated in USDA’s Supply and Demand...

Lower corn and higher soybean production is estimated for 2022-2023 in the USDA's World Ag Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report for May. The...

Ethanol Production Rises to Highest Point in a Month

The Energy Information Administration says ethanol output rose to the highest level in a month during the week ending on May 6. Ethanol inventories increased...

European Union to Help Ukraine Export Grain

The European Commission says it will work with the EU governments to help Ukraine export millions of tons of grain currently stuck in the...

How Michigan Sugarbeet Producers May Be Catching Up with Spring Planting

The Michigan Ag Today Sugarbeet Planting report is made possible by BASF and Provysol fungicide. Be proactive and control cercospera leaf spot in your...

Farm Bureau Wants Improvements in Future WOTUS Roundtables

The Environmental Protection Agency held the first of ten stakeholder meetings regarding changes to the Waters of the U.S. Rule, and the nation’s largest...

$500 Million for US Fertilizer Production Among Measures Announced by Biden

President Joe Biden visited an Illinois farm Wednesday to announce several measures for U.S. farmers following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as well as...

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