Hail damages portion of Louisiana rice crop
Due to a hailstorm on the night of May 26, yield losses are expected in some rice fields.
More than $545 million bound for farmers
USDA's Farm Service Agency sends first COVID-19 checks to farmers.
Climate-smart legislation on tap in Senate
Updated: Growing Climate Solutions Act helps landowners participate in carbon credit markets.
US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit vacates dicamba registration
Tiffany Dowell Lashmet discusses dicamba ruling in her latest blog.
World Dairy Expo 2020 cancelled
The annual event brings more than 62,000 people from nearly 100 countries to Wisconsin.
U.S., Taiwan reach organic agreement
Agreement allows certified organic products to be sold as organic in either market.
COVID-19 disrupted land auctions
Nationwide land sales volume was up despite industry wide slowdown; uncertain prices ahead.
7 ag stories you might have missed this week - June 5, 2020
Class III milk prices. rise, judge blocks dicamba sales and Pilgrim's Pride CEO indicted on price-fixing charges.
What air travel looks like during COVID-19 pandemic
Don’t let fear stop you from flying. Just grab a mask and board; there is plenty of room.
Farm Progress America, June 5, 2020
Max Armstrong shares a look at how farm use of antibiotics is on the decline