Democrats complain the Trump administration is using a flawed formula and that 5 southern states received the highest payment rates per acre.
Export inspections slide lower week-over-week for wheat; corn makes small inroads
FBI says agricultural economic espionage is threat
Lack of crop news keeps futures in a vacuum (audio)
Many Midwest farmers hurt by U.S.-China trade war continue to back the current administration’s policy.
At this time next month, it will be a bit colder but still likely near average in Iowa.
Spain imported more than 800,000 metric tons of U.S. sorghum and DDGS in the 2018/2019 marketing year
California Asparagus Commission closes doors as acreage shrinks and grower costs rise
With freezing temperatures, there is a growing concern for the final leg of the peanut harvest in Mississippi and Arkansas.
Cotton is one of the unsung victims of the tit-for-tat tariff battle between U.S. and China