Thursday, July 18, 2019

WASHINGTON -- It's not the record most farmers want to set. The rising cost of fuel and other products drove U.S. farm production expenditures...

URBANA, Ill. -- Better days are likely ahead for the cattle industry, according to a Purdue University Extension marketing specialist. "As numbers keep dropping,...

WASHINGTON — Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer has put into place a new farm bill provision, increasing the limits on loans to $300,000 — up...

Ohio's farmland planted to corn is down 13 percent from 2007; soybeans up 11 percent.

Ohio's June corn price of $6.67 per bushel is up $1.13 from May, and the state's June soybean price of $13.90 per bushel is up $1.80 from May, and $6.18 above what was received at the same time last year.

Weather during the end of July can make or break the Midwest corn crop.

May pork sales set yet another monthly record while beef exports reached their highest levels since December of 2003.

The USDA's July report shows a tight supply and demand situation for both corn and soybeans.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- The USDA's Risk Management Agency is giving additional time, until Aug. 15, for submitting acreage reports for all 2008 crop year...

Pioneer Hi-Bred launched a new generation of soybean varieties with a 5 percent yield advantage.
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