Farmers looking to trim historically high production costs could face more challenges again next season. The price of oil and natural gas is expected to rise into next year compared to current levels.
An initiative focusing on regenerating health and wealth within communities and region has taken the next step in its commitment.
A farm sector income report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture earlier this year reported record high farm income in 2022, but there’s more to those numbers beyond the headlines.
An important gauge of inflation was released this week, the Consumer Price Index. It showed August inflation above expectations at 3.7% and a new three-month high.
Indiana Farm Bureau hosted nine policy advisory groups in which farmers worked through county policy suggestions.
Jeff Troike, Ceres Solutions CEO, discussed a variety of topics during a new Field Points podcast.
Rural Illinois stands to benefit from increased funding and changes in the Rural Energy for America Program.
The U.S. economy still has considerable momentum and is not currently on the verge of recession. However, economists have never been more pessimistic and there are very legitimate reasons for concern.
Those 2- to 4-inch weeds that emerge amid young corn plants may appear harmless, but are stealing water, costly nutrients and yields before they are eliminated with a post-emergence herbicide application.
Not everyone in agriculture shares the same definitions of sustainable or regenerative agriculture. But most will agree these efforts include environmental, economic and social practices to ensure we have — and will continue to have — the water, materials and resources needed.
Seven Midwestern states are teaming up to accelerate the development of hydrogen as a clean-energy alternative for automobiles and factories that rely largely on climate-warming fossil fuels, governors said.
It was exactly two years ago this month that I turned wildly bullish the commodity markets, and with the benefit of hindsight, it was a well-timed forecast.
Republican state Sen. Darren Bailey said he is not one to sit idly and just let things happen, which is why he is running to be Illinois’ governor.
Following Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey’s opening statements at the Illinois Agricultural Legislative Roundtable forum, he answered questions posed by those in attendance.
U.S. consumers typically purchase fewer dairy products during periods of inflation. “We’re likely looking at a slowdown in dairy demand driven by a slower economy,” said Nate Donnay, StoneX Group director of dairy market insight.