This week on AgweekTV, an ambitious new conservation initiative is raising questions among farmers. We'll talk about the potential impact of renewable diesel on the country. We'll meet a North Dakota farmer breeding show goats. And a Minnesota farmer turns smalltown grocer.
Ditterich Mercantile recently opened to fill a need for a grocery store in Vergas, Minnesota. It's an example of community innovation and passion.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says a weakened jet stream should keep the northern Plains cooler than usual, but it also will be dry.
Weather will continue to be the market focus, at least until the end of August, as ideal conditions will be needed for the soybean crop to reach its potential, Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management told Don Wick of Red River Farm Network on the Agweek Market Wrap.
The U.S. soybean harvest, already forecast as the biggest ever, will top previous expectations as prospects in major producing states like Illinois, Indiana and Ohio make up for shortfalls west of the Mississippi River, the government said on Friday.
Volatility is alive and well in the commodities. Technically the grains dropped to a very strong support level. If they break the support lines, we could be seeing an interesting August.
The bill was passed by the Senate on Aug. 7 and U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday, Aug. 10, that the House of Representatives would pass it Friday, Aug. 12.
North Dakota county throws 100% voluntary easement mandate, $135 million fee at Summit Carbon pipeline
Summit Carbons Solutions has described its five-state, 2,000 mile carbon capture pipeline as being a $4.5 billion project. A 3% fee passed by Emmons County could amount to $135 million. Iowa-based Summit Carbon Solutions says the pipeline will help ethanol plants lower their carbon score. The project aims to capture greenhouse gas emissions and pipe the CO2 to western North Dakota for underground storage.
In a complaint dated July 15, 2022, the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission outlined how the South Dakota Hutterian Co-operative, which has members from multiple Hutterite colonies in South Dakota, has been selling soybeans without a grain buyers license to Ag Processing Inc., referred to as AGP.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s Emerging Farmers’ Working Group is seeking volunteer members. The department also is partnering with the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation and Minnesota Dairy Initiative to help farmers with farm transition and succession planning.
The roundtable discussion with producers and conservation groups focused on the environmental programs in the expansive legislation, such as the Conservation Reserve Program. A new farm bill is set to be negotiated throughout next year.
Levos Farms brings high-quality genetics to the region, despite the difficulty.
The dairy, which is located on 160 acres in Waukon Township, eight miles southeast of Gary, Minnesota, began milking June 20, 2022, 15 months after construction began on the facility.
The goals of World Association of Beet and Cane Growers is to contribute to the economic, technical and social well being of growers through exchanging information and ideas on problems they encounter and to contribute to the professional representation of beet and cane growers in national and international forums.
Mychal Wilmes discusses various types of on-farm pests and their possible purpose, along with the good things going on in life.
Cases of fraud or alleged fraud have caused uncertainty and mistrust among some consumers in an industry that relies largely on the honesty of producers, processors and packagers to maintain the integrity of the industry.