Futures One Crop Progress Report: Planting Continues to Slow *AUDIO*. U.S. farmers ...
Crop planting delays reach history levels, create much uncertainty
... some Corn Belt farm groups in appealing to the Agriculture Department to ease restrictions on haying and grazing of cover crops that farmers will plant ...
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's May 28 report, only 22% of Indiana's corn crop and 11% of its soybean crop has been planted.
Flooding is taking place across the midwest and southern regions of the U.S. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News)
As of Sunday, only 3 percent of the fields were planted in Indiana, putting the state far behind the average of 35 percent.
Crop Planting Delays Reach Historic Levels Resulting in High Levels of Uncertainty for 2019
U.S.-China trade war: Emergency subsidies mostly going to wealthy farmers
Corn futures fell sharply after USDA projected that farmers would plant more corn acres this year, and the department reported that there is more grain in ...
A farmer walks through his soy fields on July 6, 2018, in Harvard, Illinois, the same day China imposed retaliatory tariffs aimed at the US soybean market.
Corn and soybeans grow on a farm near Tipton, Iowa.
'A punch in the gut': Farmers hit by tariffs see crops swept away by flood
Will prevented planting play into markets?
Farmers working soy crops in regions such as northeastern Heilongjiang province may be allowed to expand
Donald Trump's plan to buy US$15 billion of crops for humanitarian aid does not thrill farmers
Flooded farm fields are leaving farmers with a tough decision to make about planting their crops. Tim Middagh / Forum News Service
Select appropriate hybrid maturity for June planting
US farmers in 'precarious position' with China as trade war fears escalate
U.S. corn production came in at 14.4 billion bushels in Friday's USDA crop report, while soybeans totaled 4.5 billion bushels. (Illinois Farm Bureau file ...
Wheat prices have been volatile in recent weeks on uncertainty around global weather.
Wish Farms, in Florida, picks, chills, and ships some twenty million strawberries at peak season. As harvest-time labor has become much more scarce, ...
US farmers' borrowing boom is built on shaky land values
As of April 28, 3% of the U.S. corn crop has emerged, which compares to a five-year average of 5%. ( Farm Journal )
Charles City, Iowa – Water-logged ground and cold temperatures continue plaguing northeast Iowa farm producers as the spring planting season has come to a ...
An Indiana soybean farmer offloads his crop
Crunch Time: 31 Million Corn Acres Unplanted
With corn and soybean prices down, wheat's on the rise in Minnesota
A garden in front of a hut.
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Farmers in America are facing an economic and mental health crisis
The bones of a fish washed ashore lie in field of destroyed soybeans at the farm
Congress passes disaster aid package
The corn is three weeks old and loving the warmer weather!
Virginia farmers to plant more corn and cotton, less soybeans and wheat
Husker Harvest Days. A combine harvests corn during the Husker Harvest Days farm ...
How to Weigh Your Prevent Plant Decision
With unceasing rain keeping farmers out of fields, growers who are waiting to plant are increasingly weighing how best to get paid.
Montage of corn sprouting in dry soil and a harvester in a corn field
China's tariffs test the political patience of farm country
A row of combines roll across a field near near Parecis, Mato Grosso in early
Spring row crop planting across the United States has been slowed by wet weather. Herald file photo
American Farmers Say They Feed The World, But Do They?
Corn planting in US breaks 1995 record
Legislators and city dwellers alike may be underestimating the plight of America's farmers and farming communities, says farmer and Kansas Rural Center ...
Prospective Planting and Quarterly Stocks report rattle the markets
Corn Planting Progress Paces 2018, Still Behind The Five-Year Average
The rice and corn crops affected by El Niño at its peak were planted
Crop rotation at a Polish experimental farm.
World Leaders In Corn (Maize) Production, By Country
Fowler farmer Pat Feldpausch preps a field on Parks Rd. in Pewamo, Thursday,
Planting progress in sight for corn and soybeans?
FILE PHOTO: A trailer is filled with soybeans at a farm in Buda, Illinois, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Acker/File Photo
Many no-tillers like to plant green into tall cereal rye or other cover crops in spring to maximize biomass production. But if glyphosate was banned it ...
STILL WAITING: A Logan County field covered with last year's corn stubble awaits planting.
Your produce is less healthy than it was 70 years ago. These farmers might change that
Late Planting: Don't Hit the Panic Button Yet
A Decade of Pesticides, GMOs, and Alternatives to Chemical-Intensive Farming
Trump's vow to buy crops unlikely to help farmers hurt by trade war
(Editor's note: This is the third in our seven-part in-depth editorial series where we look ahead at “Farm & Food 2040.” Part three looks at how the failure ...
Adding Strip-Till Acres, Subtracting Costs Equals Escalating Production
Cover crop mixes like this one can help growers protect soil, control weeds and manage
USDA: Nebraska at 81% corn planted, U.S. at 58%
Already reeling from tariff war, some farmers aren't receiving government support checks amid shutdown
Planting begins in the U.S.
Johnson Speaks with Area Farmers, Stresses Crop Insurance Flexibility
Eric Crews, operations manager for Stahl Farms in Vanderburgh County, works to apply fertilizer
Soybeans being harvested outside Luverne, North Dakota, on Oct 29, 2018. Across
Moving from farmworker to farm owner has long been a challenge for Latinx farmers. But with support, more are making the leap, increasing the number of ...
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