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America’s Farmers Don’t Want More Aid – We Want Trade!

Unlike the weather Mother Nature gives us the trade war with China is a manmade problem – but don’t forget much of the blame can be laid at China’s feet.​ More Info...

Monsoon Season

We usually think of monsoon season as something that happens in India beginning around June 1 and running into September. It is accompanied by heavy and often daily rains, and is generally welcomed as it breaks the dry season. It is a big deal there if it comes late. The US also has a monsoon seas [...] More Info...

A Kansas City-based cattle company is 100% veteran owned and operated,

A Kansas City-based cattle company is 100% veteran owned and operated, raising Wagyu beef. Owner Patrick Montgomery decided to use his military past to help provide other veterans with a fresh start. More Info...

Does the new plan meet those goals and does it provide relief for farm

Does the new plan meet those goals and does it provide relief for farmers? AgWeb asked farmers and ranchers in our Pulse Poll if they approve of the new Market Facilitation Program (MFP). More Info...

Podcast: Will the tariff aid package avoid altering farmers' planting

Podcast: Will the tariff aid package avoid altering farmers' planting plans? More Info...

A conservative House Republican has temporarily blocked the $19 billio

A conservative House Republican has temporarily blocked the $19 billion dollar disaster aid bill. More Info...

Farmers are facing more rain but big decisions loom at grain markets r

Farmers are facing more rain but big decisions loom at grain markets rally in the wake of continued wet weather. More Info...

In Washington, another trade deal is taking center stage-the New U.S.

In Washington, another trade deal is taking center stage-the New U.S. Mexico-Canada Agreement. More Info...

Following the trade aid announcement earlier this week, farmers were l

Following the trade aid announcement earlier this week, farmers were left with more questions than answers. More Info...

The latest round of trade aid announced by the Trump Administration is

The latest round of trade aid announced by the Trump Administration is getting mixed results among dairy cooperatives that are growing concerned with the impact of tariffs. More Info...

April placements of cattle on feed totaled 9% more than a year ago, wi

April placements of cattle on feed totaled 9% more than a year ago, with marketings 7% higher. More Info...

Many of the details were left out of the program announcement on Thurs

Many of the details were left out of the program announcement on Thursday, creating confusion for farmers.  More Info...

11 structures were destroyed and 157 were damaged by a tornado that hi

11 structures were destroyed and 157 were damaged by a tornado that hit Jefferson City, Missouri. More Info...

Grilling season is here and Memorial Day marks one of the biggest meat

Grilling season is here and Memorial Day marks one of the biggest meat consumption weekends of the year. Chicken has been the champion protein in recent weeks, with restaurants driving much of the demand. More Info...

Silicon Valley may come to mind when you think about technology hubs.

Silicon Valley may come to mind when you think about technology hubs. Yet, Memphis may be a new contender, not just for innovation but in agricultural technology. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben has the story. More Info...

U.S. beef has full access into the Japanese market for the first time

U.S. beef has full access into the Japanese market for the first time in 16 years, but it is still not at a level playing field compared to countries who remained in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. More Info...

Elsie, the iconic spokescow for Borden’s dairy products, is getting a

Elsie, the iconic spokescow for Borden’s dairy products, is getting a makeover. More Info...

Today on AgriTalk, we're talking to the Free-For-All panel of Pam John

Today on AgriTalk, we're talking to the Free-For-All panel of Pam Johnson, Shaun Haney, and Jim Wiesemeyer. More Info...

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue cleared up some of the cloudiness o

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue cleared up some of the cloudiness on Friday in an interview with AgriTalk host Chip Flory. More Info...

Memorial Day festivities are the official start to summer, and a major

Memorial Day festivities are the official start to summer, and a major time for beef consumption. May is Beef Month and National Barbecue Month—all fabulous reasons to promote the beef industry. More Info...

In response to legal action, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

In response to legal action, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is cancelling registrations for 12 pesticides containing neonicotinoid. More Info...

Legislation introduced in Congress this week seeks a moratorium on foo

Legislation introduced in Congress this week seeks a moratorium on food and agribusiness mergers. More Info...

Memorial Day kicks off the official start of summer. USDA wants to rem

Memorial Day kicks off the official start of summer. USDA wants to remind you to prevent foodborne illness before you light up that grill and pack up the cooler. More Info...

IRS Updates Guidance on Farm Income Averaging

The IRS finally updates their website for guidance on farm income averaging and qualified business income. More Info...

75% AGI From Farming is Good

The Disaster Aid package expected to be signed by the President may allow more MFP payments to be paid to farmers. More Info...

Option Expiration

June option expiration could keep things in check today. More Info...

You can’t afford to hit pause on your marketing plan. Here are a few g

You can’t afford to hit pause on your marketing plan. Here are a few grain marketing strategies farmers should implement now. More Info...

Trade Aid & Weather Forecast at Odds

Trade Aid & Weather Forecast at Odds More Info...

The corn market continues its ascent. December corn was up nearly 22¢

The corn market continues its ascent. December corn was up nearly 22¢ for the week ending May 24. More Info...

The Second MFP - How Much Will You Not Collect?

The USDA announced a new MFP program to help farmers. However, many farmers will not get the full payment they are entitled to. More Info...

The lag may be too late for some farmers who now consider putting acre

The lag may be too late for some farmers who now consider putting acreage into prevented plant. Now, the question remains if they will try to plant and take an MFP payment or stick with prevent plant. More Info...

Weekly "2 Minute Drill" (5.23.19)

Oliver Sloup breaks down the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill" More Info...

The $19.1 billion disaster aid bill passed by the Senate on Thursday w

The $19.1 billion disaster aid bill passed by the Senate on Thursday waives the adjusted gross income for the recently announced 2019 Market Facilitation Program (MFP). More Info...

The Senate passed the legislation on Thursday, providing more than $4

The Senate passed the legislation on Thursday, providing more than $4 billion for farmers and ranchers devastated by Mother Nature over the past few years. More Info...

Pork producers will find some relief in the near future from the impac

Pork producers will find some relief in the near future from the impact of the U.S. trade dispute with China. On Thursday, the Trump administration announced a trade relief package for farmers. More Info...

The U.S. Coast Guard has closed off portions of the Mississippi and Il

The U.S. Coast Guard has closed off portions of the Mississippi and Illinois rivers to all vessel traffic due to fast-rising water levels. More Info...


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