Dairy Farmers of America will pay $46 million to buyers of certain dairy products, part of a settlement agreement in an ongoing lawsuit regarding trading activity on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Above-normal temperatures this spring are most likely across most of the continental U.S.
Using the right drainage system on a corn crop can increase yields by some 30 percent. Learn more at April 9 webinar offered by OSU Extension.
The death of Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, creates uncertainty in that country’s ag sectors, too.
The current U.S. pork industry outlook suggests it will be late summer before hog producers see break-even conditions.
If you received a 1099 from the NRCS, don’t file your taxes just yet. There were errors on the first forms issued.
Corn growers can’t ignore refuge planting requirements to help preserve the long-term value of Bt technology.
Two programs in March will offer tips on preventing microbial contamination on fruit and vegetable farms, including the use of Good Agricultural Practices, or GAPs.
S. 175 would ensure Clean Water Act permits are not needed for the applications of pesticides and amends FIFRA by stating that no permit shall be required for the use of a pesticide that is registered under FIFRA.
New RFS: Just under 10 percent of fuel must be from renewable sources in 2013.
The USDA’s Farm Service Agency will issue payments to dairy farmers enrolled in the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program for the September 2012 marketings, beginning Feb. 5.
The milk marketing co-op reached a deal on the eve the lawsuit alleging price fixing was set to begin at trial.
American Farm Bureau Federation delegates don’t support raw milk sales; will push for spending cuts instead of tax increases.
Farmers and landowners everywhere — every year — overlook some of the basics that would help them save money or make money. So we decided to create a list of ways to lose money this year (in hopes that you’ll not take our advice).
The U.S. EPA has withdrawn an order demanding that West Virginia poultry grower Lois Alt obtain a Clean Water Act discharge permit for stormwater runoff from her farmyard.
USDA issues final rule for animal disease traceability in interstate travel.
If corn yields are more ‘normal’ in 2013, prices could fall by $2.10 to $5.50 per bushel.
Ohio livestock farmers near Grand Lake St. Marys commited to plans to curb nutrient runoff from their farms.
The Ohio Beef Council had to cut $35,000 from its marketing plan for 2013, but will invest $76,250 into beef checkoff programs in fiscal year 2013.
That Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the fixin’s will cost a teensy bit more than last year: 28 cents.