Hoffman Forecast: Moisture in the Root Zone Flips
Today's forecast from AgDay Meteorologist Mike Hoffman.
2017 BPS values at risk from sterling surge
Farmers Weekly An ill-timed recovery in the value of sterling is jeopardising what was promising to be another windfall year for UK farmers receiving the Bas...
Bayer system prevents surface water contamination on farm
A company known for creating crop protection agents is investing heavily in research and development of products and systems to strengthen sustainability on ...
English sheep numbers continue recovery to 12-year high
Farmers Weekly The English sheep flock has hit a 12-year high on the back of improved farmer confidence and increased lamb survival rates. Results from the l...
Farming must not be ‘sacrificial lamb’ in trade deals
Farmers Weekly British agriculture must not become the “sacrificial lamb” during trade negotiations on Brexit, the deputy president of the NFU has warned. Co...
Grain Markets Waiting for Pickup In Demand
Grain markets are consolidating as traders look for positive news. Early harvest results continue to vary greatly. Many producers are surprised with early ha...
Harvest 2017: The 5 top-yielding spring barley varieties
Farmers Weekly Throughout the harvest season we’ll be updating this handy map with the latest data from this year’s AHDB spring barley recommended list 2017 ...
Pull The Trigger On Profit
In today’s commodity-marketing environment, sometimes the best opportunities last only days if not minutes.
Sell ahead of harvest pressure
  A market analyst says despite recent bearish news for futures, he expects a stronger basis before harvest is in full swing across the Midwest. The lat...
Jay Hill is a New Breed of American Farmer
Jay Hill fits no farming mold. Hill’s John Deere 4020 tractor and 10 acres of ground have exploded into a multi-layered commercial operation with a diz...
Tuduhan Dumping dan Subsidi Biodiesel Amerika Serikat
Tuduhan Amerika Serikat bahwa biodiesel sawit melakukan praktik dumping atau  memperoleh subsidi dari Pemerintah tidak didukung fakta. Sebaliknya, Amerika Se...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik Tgl. 19 September 2017 untuk penyerahan bulan September 2017 CBOT soy... The post Posisi Harga ...
Cornish grower devises two-pronged plan to beat brome
Farmers Weekly Bromes have become the biggest threat to profitable cropping for one south-western grower, who is rejigging his establishment strategy to batt...
Farmer Focus: On course for 14t DM/ha grass this season
Farmers Weekly I live with my wife Sarah and our two children, Molly and Emily, on Anglesey, North Wales, where my parents have farmed since the 1950s.  Four...
Job profile: What's it like to work in crop nutrition?
Farmers Weekly Working for a major fertiliser company can offer plenty of variety, as you are likely to be working with every sector of the farming industry....
Job profile: What's it like to be a farm administrator?
Farmers Weekly If you’re analytical, organised and have a head for numbers then the role of farm administrator or farm secretary is one to consider. It is a ...
How one UK pig producer is managing without zinc oxide
Farmers Weekly Zinc oxide is to be phased out of pig diets by 2022 under new EU rules. We spoke to one UK producer to find out how he is already managing wit...
16 nifty retrofit items to fine-tune your combine
Farmers Weekly The internet is awash with bolt on bits of technology to improve your combine’s harvesting performance. We’ve picked out some hand...
Farmers need to lobby Treasury – not Defra – for support
Farmers Weekly Farmer leaders need to focus their attention on the Treasury rather than Defra in the months and years ahead, if they are to secure the suppor...
Labour questions science behind badger cull extension
Farmers Weekly The Labour Party has written to Defra to demand answers over its decision to widen the badger cull in England this year. In an open letter, Sh...
Pig farm survey to steer Brexit labour debate
Farmers Weekly National Pig Association (NPA) members are being urged to complete a short survey to influence the government on post-Brexit immigration and l...
Half of winter cereal area is infested with blackgrass
Farmers Weekly Blackgrass is affecting nearly half of the winter cereal area, resulting in farmers spending an extra £46/ha on weed control, according to a n...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik Tgl. 18 September 2017 untuk penyerahan bulan September 2017 CBOT soy... The post Posisi Harga ...
Skipton Texels fly to 4,500gns
Farmers Weekly Trade hit 4,500gns and all averages were up at the Northern Area Texel Sheep Breeders’ two-day show and sale at Skipton last week (14-15 Septe...
OR--Funnel Cloud-Lebanon
Small tornado damages dairy farm southeast of Salem
An Off The Grid, Zero Waste, Profitable Permaculture Farm…
Atitlan Organics is located in the small Mayan village of Tzununa, which is located on the north shore of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Founded in 2010, they have...
Growing Potatoes In Straw – No Dig Potatoes…
In 2012 I made a short video about how to grow potatoes in straw. I was going to post this video at the end of the growing season but got distracted for̷...
How To Be A Good Borrower
When it comes time sit down with your lender to review last year’s results and plan for next year, here are a few “can’t miss” sugges...
Farm Science Review is underway
The latest in ag equipment, technology, research, and education are in the spotlight at this year’s Farm Science Review. Show manager Nick Zachrich tells Bro...
Farmers consider ag equipment for upcoming growing season
  Cancelled field demonstrations because of rain didn’t stop farmers from checking out the latest ag equipment, research, and technology during the firs...
Updated app enhances farmer’s experience
Farm Science Review manager Nick Zachrich says attendees can map their show this year with an updated mobile app and interactive map. “People will reme...
Most Memorable Auction
Machinery Pete recalls his most memorable auction
Soybeans, corn down, expecting non-threatening weather
Soybeans were modestly lower on fund and technical selling, essentially following through on Monday’s weak finish. Development and harvest are both slower th...
Strong move in feeders supports live cattle futures
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle trade was mixed most of the day but finished firm with support from the modestly higher close in the feeders....
CoBank report shows milk production outpacing processing ...
A CoBank report says milk processors are struggling to keep pace with growing milk production. Senior Dairy Economist Ben Laine tells Brownfield additional p...
FCSAmerica/Frontier Farm Credit name new president/CEO
Omaha-based Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) and Kansas-based Frontier Farm Credit have a new president/CEO. He is Mark Jensen, currently the ass...
Cover crops a Band-Aid for Earth’s soil
  A southeast Minnesota farmer likens cover crops to using band-aids. Ed McNamara of Goodhue County started incorporating cover crops in 2012 when thous...
3 Tips for Keeping Quality Employees
Working with people outside of the family on a family farm can present challenges. On the Klein’s Seymour, Ill. farm, they strive to make sure everyone...
Consumers Want to Know You Share the Same Concerns
Michele Payn’s perspective is that people relate to food on an emotional level and not based on science and years of accumulated data. The importance o...
Read the Story From The Combines Not USDA, Pro Farmer
When USDA released its September Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE), corn and soybean prices saw red.  ​
Florida citrus industry assessing Irma damage
USMEF plans beef marketing events in China
The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) is gearing up for its first major marketing events for U.S. beef in China. In late September, USMEF will conduct the ...
Tyson Plant in Doubt as Residents Rally
County Commissioners voted to rescind $500 million in revenue bonds for Tyson's new poultry project.
Key Senators Reach Tentative Budget Deal on Taxes: Corker...
Key Senators Reach Tentative Budget Deal on Taxes: Corker (1)
Key Senators Reach Tentative Budget Deal on Taxes: Corker
Key Senators Reach Tentative Budget Deal on Taxes: Corker (1)
Censky, McKinney Breeze Through Senate Ag Committee
The Senate Agriculture Committee offered a relatively brief and cordial review of two key USDA nominees, Steve Censky and Ted McKinney.
What Did We Learn From The September USDA Reports?
Corn and soybean prices turned red after the USDA released its September Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE). ​
Kansas State University Receives 2,300 Acres of Farmland
Kansas State University receives 2,300 acres of farmland
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