Hello from Graze-N-Grow. I keep looking at the 10-day weather forecast for a return of fall, but so far it looks more like winter to me. Harvest is now over for us and thanks to my neighbor’s drill we have 75 acres of wheat that’s looking good.
Turkey prices this year are around 20% more expensive than in 2021, according to Jayson Lusk, professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. Thankfully, the price increase has slowed down.
The widespread outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza that roiled U.S. poultry production earlier this year and led to skyrocketing prices for eggs and turkey has subsided.
National economic activity expanded modestly across Federal Reserve Bank districts, but condition varied across industries and districts, according to the latest Beige Book.
The Federal Reserve is finding it harder to cool the economy than almost anyone expected. Most corners of the U.S. economy are performing very well considering the Fed has been aggressively raising rates for seven months.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture proposed sweeping changes in the way chicken and turkey meat is processed that are intended to reduce illnesses from food contamination, but could require meat companies to make extensive changes to their operations.
The Illinois Soybean Association is committed to building domestic markets, as well as international markets. We understand using soybean meal as a feedstock for animal agriculture is a great opportunity, as they are the No. 1 consumer of soybean meal in the state and nation.
Working on anaerobic digestion research projects while studying at Iowa State University helped Gayle Baker find her career path. Growing up on her family’s 120-head dairy farm in northeast Iowa, Baker was a 4-H member and county dairy princess.
The farmer-leaders of the United Soybean Board convened for its summer board meeting to approve a 2023 fiscal year budget of $123 million for program work, starting Oct. 1, 2022.
Remember when you were a kid and your parents said your missing dog or cat had gone to live on a farm? Believe it or not, that farm actually exists — sort of.
griculture conditions varied across the nation’s Corn Belt, led by weather concerns, reported across Federal Reserve districts.
Contrary to folklore, three times is rarely a charm. The number three, in fact, often carries woe: “Three strikes and you’re out,” for example, or “Bad news usually comes in threes.”
The eyes of the nation may be focused on another Supreme Court decision, but an upcoming debate in the nation’s highest court could hinge on how an unwritten clause is interpreted by the court.
How do you challenge a state law that could have major impacts to the U.S. pork industry as a whole? A case — or a court — at a time, according to the general counsel for the National Pork Producers Council.
During a roundtable discussion, speakers called on politicians to pass legislation to increase access to the H-2A visa program. The event was hosted by Indiana Farm Bureau and the American Business Immigration Coalition. It included speakers from several commodity groups.