INDIANAPOLIS — As part of a U.S. Soybean Export Council event, a small group of Hoosiers visited Taiwan to strengthen farm trade relationships.
YPSILANTI, Mich. — Indiana Corn Growers Association member J.R. Roesner, a farmer from Ferdinand, Indiana, told U.S. Environmental Protection Agency representatives in a public hearing that ethanol producers are a valuable customer for Hoosier corn growers.
INDIANAPOLIS — Retiring Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Marketing Council CEO Jane Ade Stevens received an Honorary American FFA Degree during the National FFA Organization’s annual convention in Indianapolis.
TUCSON, Ariz. — The U.S. Meat Export Federation added Indiana Soybean Alliance board member Mark Legan, a farmer from Coatesville, Indiana, to its Executive Committee during its Strategic Planning Conference in Tucson. Legan accepted a position on the committee representing the Oilseed Producing sector.
SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. — Compeer Financial, a member-owned Farm Credit cooperative serving Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin, announced the results of its 2019 board of directors election.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Plant Response Biotech and Koch Biological Solutions LLC have combined operations to form Plant Response Biotech Inc. The new venture will leverage both companies’ complementary capabilities, assets and product offerings.
Constant change is a staple of a cattle producer’s life. Sometimes it’s instigated by the producers themselves. Sometimes it’s a requirement demanded by outside forces, including government agencies. The question of whether to choose a covered-roof or mono-slope building to house livestock may depend on location, but there’s no doubt government regulations tend to expand rather than shrink.
SPERRY, Iowa — For Joni Myers’ family, the Christmas season started long ago. Myers, who helps operate Myers Tree Farm in Sperry, Iowa, said their preparations for the holiday season are almost year-round.
INDIANAPOLIS — To give farmers the best control of tough and resistant weeds, Corteva Agriscience and BASF are recommending the use of Liberty and Enlist One herbicides on Enlist E3 soybean and Enlist cotton acres. These two leading herbicides offer exceptional control of broadleaf weeds including waterhemp, pigweed, kochia, marestail and ragweed species.
INDIANAPOLIS — Corteva Agriscience announced the launch of LANDVisor, a new integrated technology solution that allows ranchers and land managers to implement a customized solution for accomplishing their land management goals.
WILMINGTON, Del. — Corteva Agriscience announced a $500,000 commitment to create the Corteva Agriscience Climate Positive Challenge to catalyze a movement toward climate-positive agriculture.
Wisconsin farmers who have recently implemented alternative rotations in forage production will discuss their experiences at an upcoming University of Wisconsin-Discovery Farms conference. The subject is being explored due in part to the wet and cold weather conditions of 2019.
Packs of frozen beef imported from the United States are sold earlier this year at a supermarket in Tokyo. Japan’s Parliament has approved a trade deal that was agreed upon by President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe earlier this year. The deal cutting tariffs between th…
TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s Parliament approved Dec. 3 a trade deal that was agreed upon earlier this year by President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Magic Valley bees are dying fast. "I'm not even sure if I'm in business," one beekeeper said. "We've got to have the bees or we aren't going to eat."
ASSUMPTION, Ill. — With wet, cold conditions being experienced in many parts of the Midwest, proper drying and storage is particularly important to protect grain quality as harvest is extended.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Several research teams, led by The Ohio State University, have concluded a three-year study evaluating the ability of agricultural management practices to reduce phosphorus causing harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie.
The second year of Wisconsin's budding hemp program is winding down, yet work has begun to prepare for next year's crop, which includes making adjustments for lessons learned this year.