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JBA Holdings, a joint venture between companies including Heilongjiang Agriculture Co. and Joyvio Group, will invest $100 million over three years to build a soybean crusher and grain port in Russia amid a push by Chinese firms to diversify their…
Talks to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement are set to resume as U.S. and Canadian negotiators push to strike a deal amid President Donald Trump’s threats to walk away.
As a deadly pig virus strikes China, the world’s biggest pork consumer won’t have many places to turn if it needs to boost imports.
President Donald Trump’s effort to force Canada into signing on to a new NAFTA on his terms is facing new hurdles thanks to growing opposition at home to his threat to proceed without the U.S.’s northern neighbor.
Editor’s note: This is part of a series on past state and national FFA presidents.
Rules involving livestock trucking and water management are at the forefront for the hog and cattle industries.
WALTON, Ill. — Another step in the Ganschow family’s sustainability efforts on their Bureau County farm was introduced to the public Aug. 21, when woodchips were added to a bioreactor to improve water quality.
When Americans feel like they’ve got more money, they like to treat themselves. That means there could be plenty of steaks on the grill this year for Labor Day.
President Donald Trump slammed what he termed “decades of abuse” by Canada with a new threat to terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement, a day after talks with the U.S.’s northern neighbor stalled hours before a deadline.
Editor’s note: The following was written by Rick Koelsch, University of Nebraska livestock environmental engineer, for the university’s Crop Watch website.
Editor’s note: The following was written by Lee Schulz, Iowa State University Extension livestock economist, for the university’s August Iowa Farm Outlook newsletter.
Editor’s note: The following was written by Aaron Hager, University of Illinois associate professor and Extension weed science specialist, for the university’s Farmdoc Daily website Aug. 22.
WALNUT, Ill. — Michael Ganschow uses a number of conservation practices on his north central Illinois farm, including no-till, cover crops and now installing a bioreactor to improve water quality.
Not all regulatory battles happen in Washington, D.C., but not all of those that happen at the state level see their impact end at the state line.
OKAWVILLE, Ill. — Illinois isn’t alone in getting mixed wheat yield projections. The same thing happened in Kentucky this year.
RICH HILL, Mo. — Good vaccination programs keep Pearson Land & Cattle profitable. The commercial cow-calf operation sits near river bottoms in southern Bates County, Mo.
NORMAL, Ill. — At a central Illinois farm Aug. 22, candidates for two of the highest offices in the state told farmers why they should vote for them on Nov. 6.
President Donald Trump said he plans to pursue a trade deal with Mexico and possibly Canada even as talks with the U.S.’s northern neighbor stalled just hours before a deadline, leaving the future of a revised NAFTA in doubt.
President Donald Trump was interviewed in the Oval Office on Thursday by Bloomberg News Editor In Chief John Micklethwait and reporters Jennifer Jacobs and Margaret Talev. Below is a transcript of their conversation. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders…
The Soil and Plant Analysis lab at Iowa State University closed at the end of 2017 due to a shrinking staff and older equipment, but Iowa State Department of Agronomy chair Kendall Lamkey said he hopes to bring it back…