As we navigate this current economical climate, there are things we need to consider. The global marketplace is not the same as it has been in years prior. Countries and […]

Midwestern farmers are planning to plant more corn and wheat this spring. An Ag Access survey says farmers will add 27 percent more acres to corn and 32 percent more […]

We saw a decent export sales report this week. Corn is now performing quite well, and, while soybeans are bearish, they are following what we usually see at this time […]

DES MOINES, Iowa – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig this week recognized organizations and individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the state’s agriculture community. Naig presented Ag Leader […]

We have often discussed the importance of getting our products and our people out in front of potential and existing trade partners. The pandemic changed how we did business for […]

Storen is a new corn herbicide from Syngenta that boasts broad-spectrum weed control. However, Mark Kitt technical product lead at Syngenta says that the focus on one specific weed helped […]

A number of next-generation farmers spoke during a panel discussion at the Agri-Pulse Ag and Food Policy Summit. The presentation, titled “A Conversation About Future Ag and Food Policy,” gave […]

We have all seen those signs in various places. You know the ones that say how many days there have been since a workplace accident. If it is good, we […]

As part of the National Ag Day Celebration Tuesday, the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture released its annual Feeding the Economy Report. The data shows food and agriculture […]

Claudia Lenz said she doesn’t want to wait for things to become worse before taking action to help farmers become more resilient in the face of climate change. That’s why she participated March 6-8 in the Farmers for Climate Action: Rally for Resistance in Washington, D.C.

Once again, things haven’t changed much in South America. It may sound like a broken record at this point, but Brazil is still getting some rains, and the rain in […]

The current farm bill debate is not easy to navigate. How do you determine which areas of the bill need more funding and how much funding should be allocated to […]

Whether or not it is officially acknowledged, the first week of Spring is celebrated as National Ag Week, and Tuesday is National Ag Day. It is a time we celebrate […]

Last spring fertilizer and chemical prices were high almost across the board. This year prices are in a much different spot says FBN chief economist Kevin McNew. Global tensions have […]