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Northern Michigan Could See Frost Going Into The Weekend, Possibility for...

For the majority of Michigan, sunny skies will prevail on Wednesday until a frontal boundary dips out of the Canadian prairies and into the...

WTO Rules Against U.S. Sanctions on China

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer was unhappy with a report from the World Trade Organization saying U.S. actions to combat China’s widespread theft of...

Michigan Apple Producers Expecting Excellent Crop, But Face COVID Headwinds

Apple harvest in Michigan has ramped up, and according to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, fruit finish has been excellent. That news is welcome to...

Independent Report Shows Inequities in USDA’s MFP Program, Southern Farmers Benefited...

The nonpartisan Government Accountability Office released a report Monday showing Market Facilitation Payments did favor certain farmers. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, Ranking Member of the Senate...

EPA Rejects Gap-Year Waivers

Growth Energy this week welcomed the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to reject so-called ‘gap-year’ exemptions from the nation’s biofuel laws. In total, the agency had...

Dry August Could Cause Stalk, Shaft Integrity Issues At Harvest

August held a lot of promise for the corn and soybean crops in the eastern Corn Belt, but dry weather tempered yield expectations. As...

Michigan Field Crops’ Condition Hold Steady As Harvest Nears

Field Crops Much of the state experienced rainfall and cooler temperatures throughout the week, according to Marlo Johnson, Director of the Great Lakes Regional Office...

Aerial Treatment Planned to Combat Deadly Mosquito-Borne Disease in 10 Michigan...

In an effort to prevent spread of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has announced plans to...

Dry, Sunny Weather Before Temperatures Dip Midweek

After a cloudy, drizzly week last week, the weather is going to turn sunny and dry this week. According to MAT chief meteorologist Ryan Martin,...

USDA Reports Show Brazil, Chinese Demand, Harvest as Ingredients for ‘Recipe...

In USDA’s September World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, Brazil has the potential to produce a soybean crop of 133 million tons or just...

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