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Dry Conditions Persist in Latest Crop Report

Dry, humid, and hot conditions prevailed and provided farmers with 6.4 days suitable for fieldwork during the…

House to Consider Appropriation Bills

In a flurry of activity ahead of the August recess, the House of Representatives will consider appropriation…

Thompson Seeks House Hearing on Senate Climate Bill

The top Republican on the House Ag Committee calls for a hearing on the Senate Growing Climate…

Bronaugh to Leading U.S. Delegation at UN Food Systems Pre-Summit

Agriculture Deputy Secretary Jewel Bronaugh is leading the U.S. delegation at the United Nations Food Systems Pre-Summit…

Demand for American Lamb Continues to Rise

Consumer demand for lamb increased considerably during 2020.  While all meat sales grew as more meals were…

Oil and Gas Prices Decline Over COVID Concerns

Gas and diesel prices fell again in the last week, following a drop in the value of…

Students Gather to Ensure the Future of Agriculture

This week, 44 FFA members gather in Indianapolis to discuss how agriculture will play a pivotal role…

MN Egg Production Down in June, Up from 2020

Minnesota egg production during June 2021 was 194 million eggs, down 5% from last month but up…

Milk Production in MN Higher than 2020

Milk production in Minnesota during June 2021 totaled 873 million pounds, up 3% from the previous June…

Latest Cattle on Feed shows Numbers Down

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in Minnesota for feedlots with a capacity of…

Soy Sustainability Protocol Reaches 100-Million Metric Tons of Exports

The U.S. Soybean Export Council, United Soybean Board, and the American Soybean Association are happy to announce…

Chinese Soybean Imports to Drop Later in 2021

China’s soybean imports are likely to slow sharply during the second half of this year after a…

New Ad Campaign Asks Washington to Stop Big Oil

Growth Energy launched a new digital ad campaign urging President Biden and congressional leaders to stop oil…

Brazil Coffee Growers Hit Hard by Frost

A surprise frost that struck Brazil’s coffee belt last week hit farmers hard.  Financial Post says industry…

NFU Praises FTC Decision on Right to Repair

The National Farmers Union praised the Federal Trade Commission’s 5-0 vote to adopt a policy statement to…