Farm Progress America, March 17, 2020
Max Armstrong offers news from a new study of dairy farming that shows a big jump in productivity, reduction in resource use
Images captured while traveling the Mid-South
Images capturing anything agriculture never fail to turn heads.
AgLaunch: Farming meets innovative technology
AgLaunch, a company focused on accelerating new technologies, is working with startups to discover new approaches to farming.
Morning Market Review for March 17, 2020
Soybeans rise as global markets rebound. (Comments are updated by 7:30 a.m. Central Time.)
COVID-19 prompts Arkansas event postponements, cancellations
COVID-19 virus has prompted postponement or cancelation of University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture events.
Louisiana 4-H offers tips to keep kids safe while home alone
Take time to make a plan that kids can follow when they’re home without adult supervision.
Afternoon Market Recap for March 17, 2020
Bargain buyers lift soybean prices.
U.S. suspends visa process in Mexico, could hinder ag labor access
UPDATED: U.S. Embassy in Mexico City decision to suspend visa services is in response to Mexican government’s call to increase social distancing.
Louisiana spring planting not hampered by coronavirus
Louisiana farmers need dry weather to plant
USA Rice addresses domestic rice supply amidst COVID-19
Fear of being quarantined is driving consumers to stockpile groceries.