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There will be a shortfall in Russian wheat export sales due to the war in Ukraine. Alan Guebert explains how much this will impact global supply.

Learn more about the crop sector in Ukraine, impacts on grain movement and potential impacts to U.S. agriculture because of the Russian invasion. 

Alan Guebert explains how globalization has led to one of the most efficiency-centered, imbalanced and fragile economies in history. 

2021 was a year full of ups and downs for agriculture — and the rest of the world. Here's a look back at some of the top stories we covered in 2021.

Alan Guebert remembers the life of Neil Harl, following his death, and explains why he was the smartest person in the room wherever he went.

Producers’ view of their farms’ financial situation was less optimistic in October compared to September, declining six points to 104 in October. 

Discover how the glaciers that once covered two-thirds of Ohio created habitats for both humans and wildlife and how that's still evident today.

The American food system's focus on the bottom line restricts farmers' opportunities to implement science-backed conservation practices on their farms.

Alan Guebert explains the data that suggests American ag policy needs to make strategic changes to meet new challenges faced by U.S. farmers and ranchers. 

Alan Guebert believes the problem with the industrial mind in agriculture is that it floats along on a rising sea of taxpayer money and unaccounted costs.