Chicken is in such high demand that U.S. restaurants and processing companies are having trouble keeping up.
Large parts of Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio are abnormally dry, and most of Michigan is
A federal court in California gave the Environmental Protection Agency two choices on the insecticide chlorpyrifos (Klor-PEER-ah-fahs).
A new study sponsored by the National Biodiesel Board shows switching to biodiesel will result in several
The National Association of Conservation Districts submitted a letter to the USDA in response to the agency’s
A total of 88 U.S. and European organizations representing a wide range of industries are asking for
Farm Progress will return to hosting live events with the Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois, August
The USDA says export sales of soybeans and wheat dropped week-to-week while corn sales rose. Soybean sales
Cargill is building a new $350 million canola plant in Saskatchewan, Canada, to take advantage of the
A new soy-based dust suppressant is now available for roads, construction sites, farms, and many more uses.
The Department of Agriculture Tuesday issued flexibilities to allow school meal programs and childcare services return to
Canadian National Railway Tuesday made a rival bid for Kansas City Southern. The proposed cash-and-stock transaction is
U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin and Mike Braun Tuesday introduced bipartisan legislation to help states rebuild stronger and
Growth Energy and the National Corn Growers Association submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency this week
The amount of corn planted doubled in the last week, but don’t expect the same progress this