Jeff Jorgenson, who farms in Sidney, Iowa, has been using headline-grabbing dicamba products to protect his soybeans from weeds, and he said he loves the way the herbicide has been working for him.
NORMAL, Ill. — No matter the politics or prices, the drive for increasing yields remains ingrained in farmers.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture proposal to overhaul how hog slaughterhouses are inspected and allow faster production lines relied on flawed data that played down dangers to workers, according to an academic report issued on Wednesday.
Canada’s wheat crops held up to a scorching drought and snow deluge better than analysts expected.
Year after year, average yields have been increasing steadily for grain farmers. That constantly growing supply, combined with trade issues, have led to tough markets in 2018.
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese pig farmers, already reeling from rising feed costs in Beijing’s tariff fight with U.S. President Donald Trump, face a new blow from an outbreak of African swine fever that has sent an economic shock wave through…
The response by agricultural leaders to last week’s federal EPA announcement regarding the Renewable Fuels Standard has been decidedly subdued.
A soybean rally fueled by signs of easing U.S.-China trade tensions has added a wrinkle to the plans of some farmers to shift more acres to corn.
DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig last week asked the governor and lawmakers to put an additional $250,000 into foreign animal disease prevention next fiscal year.
Before biting into that medium-rare burger, consumers are being advised to check when and where the beef was packed.
Chinese officials have begun preparing to restart imports of U.S. soybeans and liquefied natural gas, the first sign confirming the claims of President Donald Trump and the White House that China had agreed to start buying some U.S. products "immediately."
President Donald Trump’s dinner with Chinese leader Xi Jinping yielded a cease-fire in the trade war between the world’s two biggest economies, though the details are proving less than satisfying to those hungering for a lasting truce.
U.S. farmers are pleased that Donald Trump and Xi Jinping agreed to a trade truce, but they’re not rejoicing just yet. That won’t come until they see ships full of their soybeans headed to China.