Farm Progress America, January 18, 2021
Max Armstrong reports on the management of wolves in the state with the highest population
EPA's final RFS actions offer mixed bag
Rulemaking looks at E15 revisions, air quality impacts and seeks comments on RFS waiver petitions.
MORNING-Midwest Digest, January 18, 2021
Max Armstrong reports on the Keystone XL pipeline, cooler weather ahead, the beef market and an interesting airport story
MIDDAY-Midwest Digest, January 18, 2021
Max Armstrong talks taxes, Butterball news and he shares news of an interesting job opening
Bayer grant helps promote butterflies, education
Corn Illustrated: This corn and soybean producer nominated a special project for an award.
Wheat yield contest winner shares strategies
A producer from Alliance, Neb., gives insights into his successful management program.
Why was Caterpillar at CES?
Company answers question with a review of its use of autonomous technology.
Farm Progress America, January 19, 2021
Max Armstrong reports on the issue of Western water infrastructure and its need for an update
Sustainable cotton fiber: Why it matters
Sustainability is a top priority for producers, brands, and consumers. Panelists during the online Beltwide Cotton Conference discussed why sustainable fiber matters across the industry.
Study shows dicamba may hamper junglerice controls
New research looks at why junglerice escapes are on the rise in soybean and cotton.