Friday, September 30, 2016

Now there's another reason to consider no-till: air quality.

WASHINGTON — The Annual Energy Outlook 2011, released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, predicts recoverable shale gas resources are nearly double what the...

Prices will be rising for various crop nutrients in the coming year, partly from higher production costs, partly from supply shortages and partly because of greater global demand due to more crops being produced in the wake of higher commodity prices.

Corn, soybean and wheat associations note success at annual symposium.

Grain markets have stabilized on the Chicago Board of Trade in recent days. That is a nice way of saying that we have seen...

Ohio Gov.-elect John Kasich selected state Rep. Jim Zehringer to serve as the director of agriculture in his new administration.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Twenty-three major farm groups have formed a new organization to develop and implement a well-funded, long-term, and coordinated public trust...

Grain markets continue to confound observers, as new highs keep flowing as combines keep rolling. Corn, soybeans and wheat have all made new highs...

While Republicans regained control of the U.S. House of Representatives and Democrats held onto the majority in the Senate, the new agricultural committees in each chamber aren't likely to touch farm subsidy programs.

Pennsylvania dairy farmers will have to wait until next to renew the legislative fight to change the state's milk pricing system and end the issue of stranded premiums.
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