Coverage of supply chain issues
Compeer Financial introduced its upcoming webinar series, “Navigating the Dairy Industry Today,” designed to equip professionals with strategies to thrive in the constantly evolving dairy landscape.
A producer-based survey across the nation’s primary corn and soybean states estimates yields below the August U.S. Department of Agriculture projections.
I managed to avoid COVID for almost four years, but it finally tagged me. I had a cold and wanted to get ahead of a sinus infection, so I went to urgent care in hopes of a steroid shot or Z-Pak.
Victor Tsvyk harvested 4,800 tons of wheat this month, but after Russia exited a wartime deal that allowed Ukraine to ship grain to the world, he has no idea where his produce will go, or how his beloved farm will survive.
The clock is ticking for the farm bill as it is set to expire at the end of September. Farmers and ranchers aren’t the only ones with eyes on the clock, either.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Xochitl Torres Small as deputy secretary. “Xochitl Torres Small has dedicated her career to serving the agriculture industry and the American people,” said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
Farmers markets gave people something they desperately sought during the pandemic: A place to shop outdoors, and at the same time support smaller, often local businesses.
The 2023 Rail & Maritime Summit, a prominent event that unites distinguished professionals from the rail and maritime sectors, has presented the esteemed Diolkos Award to Rod Weinzierl, Illinois Corn executive director.
Prairie Farms kicked off Dairy Month in a big way by partnering with 30 Feeding America food banks to donate 85 pallets of milk, which is over 346,000 milk servings.
For more than one organization, recent remarks by U.S. Trade Ambassador Katherine Tai fell short of what ag groups wanted to hear from the Biden administration on agricultural trade.
The farm sector shouldn’t see quite as many transportation-related challenges this year compared to 2022, according to industry experts at the Grain and Feed Association of Illinois’ 130th annual convention in Peoria.
Farmers across the state are gearing up for another productive spring planting season. Once the frost melts and the soil temperatures rise, it will be time to hit the fields, but for many farmers high prices for fertilizer, fuel and other critical tools remain a challenge.
If the cost of eggs is breaking the household budget, also consider the effect on the restaurant industry.
The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture set its federal policy focus for 2023.
Root, stalk and foliar diseases, as well as stressful environmental conditions, are among the constant threats to yield potential — and going “cleaner and greener” can provide the protection needed.