Wet weather and flooding delayed soybean planting in many areas of Mississippi, forced replanting of many acres and put the crop behind schedule.
Many farmers in the Delta experienced flooding on their lands this past season. Now they look to the next season with hope of better weather conditions.
Tree planting in natural grasslands can destroy plant and animal habitat and won't sequester enough carbon to compensate for fossil fuel emissions.
Yields and crop ratings slip
Weak dollar gives lift to grain market. (Video report)
Slideshow: North Dakotans share their photos from the October blizzard.
In this special audio report Chris Barron and Duane Lowry, offer this week’s Ag View Pitch podcast
Funds turn long soybeans for first time since trade war began
Grain market week in review: Audio, crop progress, exports and outlooks
American Farm Bureau president discusses trade, rural infrastructure, research and development at conference.