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Very good yields reported by beet sugar producers in the U.S. will offset not so great numbers from cane sugar makers in the South and guarantee high sugar producing levels for the country.
Fewer chickens leads to lower egg inventories and higher egg prices.
Net farm income is forecast to reach $136.9 billion in 2023 in nominal dollars, down nearly 16% from a year earlier.
In a new guide for Minnesota farmers, Farmers Legal Action Group attorneys explain the potential risks posed by carbon sequestration contracts.
Students at the college in Wahpeton, North Dakota, will be able to get two-year applied science degrees in precision agronomy and precision agriculture technician starting in the fall of 2023.
"We, the growers, are disappointed in American Crystal Sugar’s decision in closing our local Sidney, Montana, factory."
Lame piglets, a maimed fawn, and weeds in the fields were all part of the never-ending battle with difficulties.
Part 2 of Staff Writer Mikkel Pates’ reflections on a 44-year career at Agweek focuses on the 1980s farm crisis.
Researchers with North Dakota State University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture are working to see if a particular variety of Lewis flax has the potential to be a useful crop.
“The Department of the Air Force deferred to the Department of the Treasury during the (CFIUS) review to assess potential risks associated with the proposed project,” the spokesperson said.
A proposal from Rep. Karla Lems, of Canton, to strip carbon sequestration pipelines of the all-important common carrier designation moved forward 8-5.