Trump tweets that federal government will deliver more aid for farmers, but there are no plans in the works.
Jury awards Missouri peach grower $265 million in damages due to dicamba drift, USDA reveals 2020 acreage forecasts and China's back in the market.
Twenty farm groups join to share accurate data based on sound science with policymakers, media and the public.
There’s one less muddy highway for soybean-laden trucks, and transportation costs could drop 20%.
When judges and juries ignore Right-to-Farm laws, big court payouts follow.
White House has suggested cutting crop insurance by almost $25 billion and conservation programs by more than $9 billion.
NAFTA update has been approved in Mexico and U.S., but it has a ways to go in Canada.
Four out of five farmers expect the president to be re-elected in November.
Chinese leader tells President Trump purchases may be slower, but will happen.
Impacts of dicamba damage linger, Land O'Lakes CEO calls for bridging technology divide and Ag Economy Barometer rises.