Dal AC’s International “Home Away From Home”!
International staff at the Faculty of Agriculture are thrilled to announce the revamping of their Guest House!
Senator Baldwin optimistic about ag appropriations & dair...
The ag appropriations bill recently introduced in the House has additional dollars for the Dairy Business Innovation Alliance program. Senator Tammy Baldwin ...
Minnesota ag leader says railroad strike would harm agric...
The leader of the Minnesota Crop Production Retailers says if America’s Class I railroads go on strike, the impact on agriculture would be large. Executive D...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik...
Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa & Pasar Fisik Tgl. 9 Agustus 2022 untuk penyerahan bulan The post Posisi Harga Komoditas pada Penutupan Bursa...
AHDB Monitor Farm host sets out plan to tackle blackgrass
Farmers Weekly Andrew Walters, farm manager at Boddington Estates near Cheltenham is the latest to join the AHDB’s Cereals and Oilseeds Monitor Farm network,...
Harvest 2022: Wheat proteins struggle, but Hagberg remain...
Farmers Weekly An early harvest has meant most eastern regions of the UK are nearing completion, but milling wheat protein contents have been disappointing. ...
‘Less pork and chicken, more beef and lamb’, says new reg...
Farmers Weekly A UK-wide shift to regenerative farming could double domestic fruit and vegetable production, while maintaining beef and lamb output at existi...
Stars of BBC’s This Farming Life put Shetland on the map
Farmers Weekly Farming on the most northern tip of the UK certainly comes with its challenges – difficult weather, long dark winters, extra freight costs and...
Farmers Weekly Awards 2022: Arable Adviser of the Year
Farmers Weekly All three finalists in this year’s Farmers Weekly Arable Adviser of the Year Award are open to sharing their learnings. Each has developed a w...
More automation for Pottinger Novacat triple mower
Farmers Weekly Pottinger has added several new features to its flagship Novacat triple mower, the V 10000. These include a GPS-based section control facility...
Farmer Focus: Feeding sheep through dry spell
Farmers Weekly The rain has missed us in our part of Wiltshire, and we are now really dry. Grass has completely stopped, there isn’t any growth and we have b...
Capital gains tax in divorce – proposal to relax the rules
Farmers Weekly Divorcing couples are to be given more time to transfer assets without incurring capital gains tax (CGT) from April 2023, under new rules bein...
MO Governor calls for tax cut, ag tax credit extension
Governor Mike Parson is calling for the largest state income tax cut in Missouri’s history during the state’s likely upcoming special legislative session. Th...
Interest rates the forgotten input cost
An official with America’s largest non-bank agricultural lender suggests the input not being talked about enough is interest rates. Curt Covington is with Ag...
Helping lawmakers better understand the cattle industry
Helping members of Congress better understand the cattle industry is one part of the job for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. CEO Colin Woodall say...
BASF Showcase on weed management comes to central Iowa
A leading manufacturer of crop protection products is showcasing its weed management technology during a field day in central Iowa. BASF is hosting a Showcas...
Cattle futures lower ahead of week’s direct cash business
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle ended the day lower waiting for direct cash business to develop. There was additional pressure on ...
MO Department of Ag opens stress helpline
The Missouri Department of Agriculture launched a new stress helpline for farmers and ranchers Monday. MDA Communication Director Christi Miller tells Brownf...
Soybeans, corn up on decline in crop ratings
Soybeans were sharply higher on commercial and technical buying. The USDA’s national good to excellent rating slipped 1%, continuing the “tale of two crops” ...
Closing Grain and Livestock Futures: August 9, 2022
Sep. corn closed at $6.15 and 1/2, up 7 cents Sep. soybeans closed at $15.12 and 1/4, up 48 and 1/4 cents Sep. soybean meal closed at $449.10, up $12.70 Sep....
How cattle producers in Nebraska are conserving the world...
Some Nebraska cattle producers are trying to protect the world’s largest intact grassland from its biggest threat: eastern red cedar trees. “We used to have ...
27 South Dakota FFA Agri-scientists advance to national c...
The National FFA Agriscience Fair will feature 27 high school students from South Dakota. Gerri Eide, executive director of the South Dakota FFA Foundation, ...
Meristem and Stoller enter marketing alliance
Meristem Crop Performance Group and Stoller have entered into a strategic product development and marketing alliance to develop technological solutions for f...
CME milk futures & cash dairy closed mostly higher Tuesday
Milk futures and most cash dairy prices were higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Tuesday. August Class III milk was up $0.14 at $20.09.  September clos...
China continues buying U.S. ag goods despite Taiwan visit
An ag economist says the recent strain on U.S. – Chinese relations, because of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, hasn’t stopped the trading partn...
Bibeau announces investment to improve animal welfare
On Monday, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced an investment of up to nearly $3 million to three national organizations to ...
Potato crop progressing in size
Manitoba's potato crop is still about a week to ten days behind schedule. That according to Manitoba Agriculture Industry Development Specialist Vikram Bisht...
Researchers getting a better read on canola-destroying fu...
Canola generates about one-quarter of all farm crop receipts in Canada, so any problem is a serious threat for producers. That includes blackleg, a fungus th...
Federal government announces $3 million investment into a...
The federal government has announced they'll be investing in the welfare of animals, and the tracking of said welfare. Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food ...
Kochia project finding tough, resistant weeds across the ...
A group of researchers is looking at how best to make a dent in a resistant weed population that's a concern for prairie farmers. Kochia is a weed that has e...
A Turn to Hotter, Drier for Some Prairie Areas
Western Canada precipitation has been highly variable over the past month or so, with some of the chronically driest Prairie areas suffering further.  As can...
Reduction in Fertilizer Use would Cut Farm Production, Pr...
A forced reduction in fertilizer use would cut food production and decrease profitability, a survey of Canadian farmers has revealed.  Nearly three-quarters ...
India Extends Lentil Tariff Suspension
With production expected to rebound this year following the 2021 Prairie drought, the export outlook for Canadian lentils is brightening as well.  After susp...
Cooler Temps for Manitoba
Overnight temperatures in parts of Manitoba dropped into the single digits last week, according to the latest weekly crop report on Tuesday.  In the Northwes...
The51 Food and AgTech Fund announces Farm Credit Canada a...
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has signed on to be the lead investor in The51's Food and AgTech Fund, focused on investing in underrepresented founders transformin...
Midday cash livestock markets
Another quiet start for direct cash cattle business.  Bids have yet to surface.  Asking prices are at $138 to $140 live in the South, while nothing has come ...
Higher fuel prices contribute to county fair attendance
Higher fuel prices could be helping county fair attendance this year. Dave Hake, Vice President of the Illinois Association of Ag Fairs, tells Brownfield hig...
More rain for the southern Corn Belt; cooler, drier air o...
Across the Corn Belt, showers in the vicinity of a cold front stretch from Ohio to Missouri.  The remainder of the Midwest is experiencing dry weather and ne...
Iowa State Fair
Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Brent Barnett will cover the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 19, 2022. ...        
Legal services can help give farmers peace of mind
There are many situations on the farm that may involve legal matters. In this episode, Amie Merz – an EAP Consultant with Personal Assistance Services and Fa...
Corn rootworm pressure returns in eastern Iowa
An eastern Iowa farmer says corn rootworm pressure is back on his farm for a second straight year, but he’s better prepared this go-round. Lance Lillibridge ...
Illinois Soybean Association elects new farmer board members
The Illinois Soybean Association elected a new slate of board members during their July meeting. Steve Pitstick of Maple Park was re-elected as Chairman and ...
Professional Dairy Producers ACE Twilight Meeting
Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Larry Lee will cover the Professional Dairy Producers ACE Twilight Meeting Tuesday, August 30th at Independence, Wisconsin. ... &#...
GFI Announces Bentilia brand refresh in preparation for N...
announced today the completion of a new brand look and profile for the Bentilia pasta product portfolio in preparation for a major expansion into the US and ...
Free farm business advice expanded in the South West
Farmers Weekly Farmers in Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will be able to benefit from free consultancy through Devon County Counci...
Dean of Nebraska Extension shares vision, relationship wi...
Dr. Charles Stoltenow took the position earlier this year and has visited about half of the extension offices across the state. Brownfield interviewed interv...
Federal government wants public input on fertilizer emiss...
Canadians have until the end of August to provide input on fertilizer emissions reduction
CFIB says federal government's plan to cut fertilizer emi...
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says the federal government’s plan to cut fertilizer emissions by 30% by 2030 must remain voluntary for Canad...
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