Max Armstrong talks about synthetic opioids, no extra Social Security, meat shortages, and holy water via squirt gun.
Instead of being thrown out by consumers, food is being destroyed before leaving the farm.
Author thinks AI and sexed semen breeding technologies cost a lot and bring little reward.
Monthly water flow predictions down the 1,450-mile Colorado River continue to decline.
Producers can guarantee a certain futures price while still leaving the ability to set final price for grain at a later date, and possibly at a higher level.
Most corn fungicides are applied aerially in Kentucky due to the height of the crop and limited high clearance ground spray equipment.
Wheat inspections move moderately higher last week.
Figure this out or your to-do list won’t stop growing.
Workshops focus on Texas landowner laws.