Farm Credit Conditions Show Additional Strength

Agricultural credit conditions in the Tenth District continued to strengthen in the first quarter of 2021. After a sharp rebound at the end of...

U.S. Tractor Sales Up 23% In April, Combine Sales Down 3%

According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturer's monthly "Flash Report," the sale of all tractors during April in the U.S. were up 23% compared...

Soybean Prices Up, Corn Down Following USDA’s WASDE Report

by Ben Potter, Farm Futures With the first look at 2021/22 supply and demand estimates, the May 2021 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE)...

Iowa Farm Bureau highlights importance of addressing stress and available resources

 By Caitlyn Lamm 5/11/2021 Stress in life is normal, especially in the agricultural community where farmers are up against factors out of their control such as...

Farmers in U.S. finally see a better outlook after two tumultuous years

By  SCOTT McFETRIDGE The Associated Press MADRID, Iowa (AP) — In 43 years of farming, Morey Hill had seen crop-destroying weather, rock-bottom prices, trade fights and surges...

CIBO Launches CIBO Enterprises – Monetize Regenerative Ag Production Practices

Cambridge, MA and Minneapolis, MN - CIBO, the science-based technology company that delivers scaled agriculture insights and supports regenerative management, today announced the launch...

NEW RESEARCH SHEDS LIGHT ON MINNESOTA’S SUCCESS OVER PALMER AMARANTH

Minnesota can be a model for other states in the fight against invasives weeds. That’s the message of a newly published article highlighting the...

USDA: COVID-19 Federal Financial Assistance To U.S. Farms Varied By State

In 2020, the Federal Government provided assistance to farm operations that experienced losses because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The aid came in the form...

How California is making rice farming sustainable

Climate impact is becoming ever more important. And in California where increased temperatures, declining water supply, and more frequent wildfires persist, it’s a visceral...

Farmers trying to save Ogallala Aquifer harvest financial success using less water

A few years ago, Stuart Beckman drove 65 miles with a neighbor to attend a wedding in Saint Francis, in the northwest corner of...
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