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Tentative Agreement Reached to Prevent Potential Rail Strike

A tentative agreement has been reached between the National Carriers' Conference Committee that represents the nation's leading railroads and the remaining unions representing railroad...

Michigan Could See a ‘Bumper Crop’ for Corn and Soybeans This...

With just a few weeks ahead of harvest, 61 percent of Michigan's corn and 65 percent of Michigan's soybeans are rated good-to-excellent by the...

How a Rail Workers Strike Would Impact Michigan’s Farmers and Ag...

A possible strike of U.S. rail workers could happen by this weekend – and that could affect Michigan’s farmers and ag businesses. “This is the...

The Fertilizer Institute Urges Congress to Prevent Rail Workers Strike

The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) is urging Congress to take action to avoid a freight rail shutdown on Friday, Sept. 16. TFI sent a letter to...

Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System Offers High-Yield, Weed Control for Soybeans

If you’re a farmer and starting to make decisions now for next year’s planting season, you may want to consider the Roundup Ready Xtend®...

US Responds to Russia’s Threats to Scuttle Black Sea Grain Deal

The U.S. says Russia has no grounds to scuttle the Black Sea grain deal that has now freed up shipments of more than one...

Applications Open for the Rural High-Speed Internet Program

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is accepting applications for its ReConnect Program loans and grants to expand access to high-speed internet for...

Best July on Record for U.S. Ag Export Sales

The corn, soybeans and wheat produced here in the U.S. are being shipped around the world in record numbers. In fact, the month of...

Overcoming Cancer: Why a Farmer Continued to Work Through His Treatments

Farming takes a lot of hard work, but it can be even more challenging when battling cancer. Meet a farmer who was diagnosed with...

Senate Bill Would Prevent EPA From Punishing Livestock Farmers with Methane...

The U.S. Senate is considering a bill that would prevent the EPA from going after farmers because of the carbon dioxide and methane given...

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