High prices cause increase in beef production
Farmers Weekly UK beef production increased by 13% on the year in the month of April after strong prices encouraged producers to send livestock to slaughter....
Gove's new farm pollution controls: The details and reaction
Farmers Weekly Stricter controls are to be imposed on fertiliser, manure and slurry applications under government plans to improve UK air quality. Dairy and ...
T3 spray tips for battling ear blight in wheat
Farmers Weekly A lot of effort has gone into managing wheat crops during this difficult spring. However, getting the T3 spray wrong could undo much of this g...
Flindt on Friday: A farming flurry before I get my new hip
Farmers Weekly The “to do” list we put together at the beginning of May was so long that it was almost overwhelming. So much to get done before the hip opera...
Leaving the farm to children: Farm succession advice
Farmers Weekly “Fair” and “equal” are not necessarily the same thing when it comes to farming succession and passing on assets. US attorney and adviser John ...
Video: How Next Generation network is helping young farmers
Farmers Weekly The next generation of farmers are young, passionate, experimental and brave – but most importantly, they are succeeding. The Exmoor Hill Farm...
Late spring brings weed challenge in sugar beet
Farmers Weekly Weed control is set to be a challenge for late-drilled beet crops, tackling stubborn weeds without hitting crops. Many crops did not receive a...
John Deere ending support for StarFire iTC receiver
Farmers Weekly John Deere’s basic Greenstar receiver StarFire iTC, which was introduced in the late 1990s and has not been sold in the UK since 2010, will re...
Delayed Scottish farmland market finally grinding into life
Farmers Weekly Scottish farms are finally entering the market after poor spring weather delayed photographs and marketing plans in the first four months of t...
Flying prime beef trade still to lift calf prices
Farmers Weekly A consistent and firm rearing-calf trade is yet to be buoyed by surging prime cattle values currently seeing finished prime beef averages up 2...
Farmer Focus: Hopeful for goatmeat income stream
Farmers Weekly Our maize has been planted at least 10 days later than usual. We have also direct-drilled some grass seeds into swards sprayed with glyphosate...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik Tgl. 23 Mei 2018 untuk penyerahan bulan Juni 2018 CBOT soy bean,... The post Posisi Harga Komod...
Earning $5.6k A Month Front Yard Market Farming…
Each year in late spring, Jim travels up to a little town just outside Eastport, Maine, to grow the most delicious, clean & vibrant food you can find. Th...
From Lawn Wasteland To EPIC Food Forest In 10 Days…
What Your Permaculture Design Course Isn’t Teaching You! This 2-part series (Ft. Myers, FL) takes you through the entire process of establishing a food...
Take advantage of contract highs in corn.
Take advantage of contract highs in corn.
A new bill proposed by a group of Senators is gaining pra...
A new bill proposed by a group of Senators is gaining praise from cattlemen and truckers as a fix for the hours of service and Electronic Logging Device (ELD...
Canola Watch – May 24, 2018
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For the past six years CNBC has created a “Disruptor 50” ...
For the past six years CNBC has created a “Disruptor 50” list, that features private companies with innovations changing the world. This year, three agricult...
Missouri and Illinois co-host foreign buyers tour
State agriculture departments in Illinois and Missouri are promoting seedstock cattle to a group of foreign buyers this week. The trade mission has brought M...
Soybean and corn revenue projections slightly improved
Average prices for corn and soybeans are higher than in recent years, resulting in a brighter crop revenue picture for 2018. “USDA is being a bit more optimi...
U.S. prepared to go slow on NAFTA
If anyone was holding out hope for a North American Free Trade deal in 2018, Gregg Doud has dumped a large bucket of cold water on that idea. Doud, chief agr...
Wireless real-time NPK readings from your field
Real-time 24/7 NPK data from the field can help fine-tune your fertility program. Wireless soil sensors relay critical information you can use to reduce wast...
Kinze continues tuning its tillage tools
Tillage technology continues to evolve as farmers move toward precisely controlled cultivation. That process took another step forward when Kinze introduced ...
World corn supplies start to dwindle
Global corn stocks are finally starting to tighten up, says an analyst. The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecasts 159 million tonnes of world ending stock...
Assessing market strength requires diverse study
It’s easy to jump to conclusions when looking at charts. It’s easy to do. They are visual and you can find patterns without much work. But it can also be dan...
No reprieve for glyphosate
The public conversation around glyphosate is all flowing in one direction. A cluster of environmental campaigners, organic food activists and crusading scien...
While the Rural Mainstreet Index is growth positive for t...
While the Rural Mainstreet Index is growth positive for the fourth month in a row, indicating things are improving in farm country, Dr. Ernie Goss from Creig...
Missed NAFTA deadline could turn talks into election issue
The fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement could very well become the central issue in the 2019 federal election campaign. Trade officials from Cana...
Milk futures, cash dairy mixed
Class III milk futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange closed mixed Thursday supported slightly by strong international markets and export demand. The USD...
Grains, oilseeds can’t follow through on early gains
Soybeans were modestly lower on profit taking and technical selling, unable to follow through on the early advances. The trade continues to monitor ongoing t...
Dr. Harvest makes field calls to solve harvesting problems
BRANDON — Martin Reichelt, a.k.a. Doctor Harvest, is an engineer who specializes in fine-tuning combines. Although he lives in Germany, he travels to Canada ...
Spray canola? Not spray canola? Consider key factors
Your canola is just beginning to flower. Conditions for sclerotinia have been marginal. Do you spray or not spray? Or wait to see and maybe miss the window a...
The 60-second soil test is here — finally
Waiting two weeks for soil sample results sometimes just isn’t good enough, especially if you’re a producer, agronomist or researcher troubleshooting an elus...
Cattle futures mostly lower ahead of on feed report
  Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures were lower on profit taking, the recent mixed boxed beef trend, and traders waiting for the week’...
Trump administration pushing for more farm exports to China
President Trump is pushing for an extra $25 billion in U.S. agricultural products to be exported to China, which is part of the agenda when Commerce Secretar...
Craft beverage council approved
  Governor Rick Snyder has approved legislation to change the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council to the Michigan Craft Beverage Council. Michigan ...
Livestock Roundup (5.24.18)
What to expect from tomorrows Cattle on Feed report
Editorial: Montana Ag Needs Action on CSKT Water Compact
by John Youngberg, Montana Farm Bureau Federation Executive Vice President and Jay Bodner, Montana ...
Closing Grain and Livestock Futures: May 24, 2018
Jul. corn closed at $4.04 and 1/4, down 4 and 1/4 cents Jul. soybeans closed at $10.35 and 3/4, down 3 and 1/2 cents Jul. soybean meal closed at $377.30, dow...
Kim Minich, a LaPorte County, Indiana producer, is the tr...
Kim Minich, a LaPorte County, Indiana producer, is the tradition of an Indiana dairy farmer handing a cold glass of milk to the winning driver in victory lan...
Perdue says House farm bill is fair
  U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says Congress needs to understand how important the farm bill is to constituents. “I frankly don’t understand how someo...
Missouri biodiesel funds will benefit farmers, agribusiness
The Missouri Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman says release of the $4 million biodiesel fund is good for Missouri agribusiness.  Republican Brian Munzlin...
The already-popular avocado is getting a turbo boost from...
The already-popular avocado is getting a turbo boost from higher supply and lower prices -- and restaurants are eager to cash in.
The drought that’s parching parts of Canada’s agricultura...
The drought that’s parching parts of Canada’s agricultural heartland has canola growers worried that their crops may not have enough water to grow.
Seneca A virus found in swine vaccines
Pork producers and processors might be seeing more problems because of contaminated vaccines. Wisconsin State Veterinarian Dr. Paul McGraw told the state’s A...
U.S. Farm Report host Tyne Morgan talks with Garrett Toay...
U.S. Farm Report host Tyne Morgan talks with Garrett Toay of AgTraderTalk.
Social media allows farmers to connect across the country...
Social media allows farmers to connect across the country to share in trials and triumphs. Conditions in South Dakota vary drastically from those in Texas, a...
April pork production notches new monthly high
  The USDA says pork production during April 2018 was a new monthly high at 2.142 billion pounds, up 8% from April 2017. New monthly highs have been set...
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