Thursday, June 20, 2019
census of agriculture, Ohio farm,

The just-released 2017 Census of Agriculture shows increases in small and large farms, and the continued graying of U.S. farmers.
planting corn, newly emerged

Between the ground farmers expect to plant in 2019 and the crops still in storage, the acreage lost for the 2019 growing season to flooding may not matter.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, OFBF

Ohio Farm Bureau county leaders found themselves in the middle of a climate change debate on Capitol Hill during their annual legislative fly-in.
Freestall dairy barn

The USDA announced Feb. 28 milk handlers can resume forward price contracts with farmers through the reauthorization of the Dairy Forward Pricing Program (DFPP).
Port of Baltimore

A World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement panel has found that China has provided trade distorting domestic support to its wheat and rice producers.
President-Trump

The USDA announced Feb. 22 that the Chinese government has committed to buy an additional 10 million metric tons of U.S. soybeans.
corteva logo

Corteva and MS Technologies have launched the triple-stack herbicide tolerant Enlist E3 soybeans across multiple seed brands in U.S.; available for 2019 planting.
Kuester Ag-Pro

Georgia-based Ag-Pro Companies has purchased Kuester Implement, its third Ohio John Deere dealership in three months.
Perdue speaking

All USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices nationwide will reopen Jan. 24, and will be open five days a week through Feb. 8. If the government shutdown continues beyond that time, office hours will be reduced.
corn field partially harvested

Many USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices will reopen temporarily in the next three days to perform certain limited services for farmers
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