Monday, May 16, 2022

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Commodity prices — and resulting food prices — are rising sharply, driven by a combination of factors that include high oil prices spurring biofuels growth, a weak dollar and world production and consumption trends, according to an analysis by Purdue University agricultural economists.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- There are aspects of farming that producers can't control, such as grain markets, input costs and the weather, but employee...

COLUMBUS — Wealthy nations willing to collectively spend about $1 billion annually could prevent the emission of roughly half a billion metric tons of carbon dioxide per year for the next 25 years, new research suggests.

SALEM, Ohio -- Eleven agricultural groups from across the U.S. have asked Congress to block the advancement of USDA's National Animal Identification System. On...

While average crop farm incomes are at record highs, so too are total debt/equity levels.

WASHINGTON -- Can consumers and farmers come to the table to discuss animal care and welfare down on the farm?The American Farm Bureau Federation...

SALEM, Ohio -- Freestall and feeding barns bigger than football fields. Brand new parlors, double-12s and larger. Bulk tanks to hold 6,500 gallons of...

Find out who topped the livestock competitions, and see if you're in a slideshow of photos taken at this year's Carroll County Fair.

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

COLUMBUS — Ohio communities that want to try innovative ways to enhance the viability of local agriculture and the health of area farms can...