Virtual tools help advocate for agriculture, National Ag Day
Long-planned events are sidelined by cancellations in Washington, D.C., but you can still take part in a webinar series from FFA
Selecting high-yielding varieties in 2020
With today’s fluctuating market prices, high yield potential is essential for remaining profitable.
COVID-19 not stopping Southern corn farmers kicking off 2020 planting
Across the Deep South, skies remained clear, soil temperatures adequately rose, and farmers moved corn planters into fields and kicked into high gear the 2020 U.S. planting season.
‘Vision 2030’ addresses ag, climate change
National Academy of Science data shows that American agriculture is on a path to halve its carbon footprint this decade.
Trump administration will apply 10th Circuit ruling nationwide
At same time, Trump administration will look for ways to blunt the economic impact on refiners.
Mark Jekanowski will chair World Agricultural Outlook Board
Jekanowski will be responsible for leading the development and release of the monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report.
In Arkansas, new service enlists texting to aid crop production
Extension Row Crop Text Message Update service provides subscribers just-in-time information about crop production needs.
Working remotely nothing new for farmers
Farmers accustomed to working remotely, so am I
Afternoon Market Recap for March 23, 2020
Panic buyers fuel huge wheat gains.
Webinars set for cattle industry over viral concerns
Webinar to provide cattle producers a forum to talk through unknowns.