April-June temperatures in the western Corn Belt likely will run near normal to favoring a bit warmer, with precipitation near normal to possibly wetter than normal.
"The unprecedented February wetness flipped winter precipitation departures from negative to positive," Missouri State Climatologist Pat Guinan said in a February weather review.
The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center sees an increased chance that the rest of March will be both colder and wetter than normal, the Illinois State Climatologist reported.
Russia’s wheat stockpiles are set to swell to the highest levels since at least Soviet times, keeping its prices low in a blow to European Union rivals hoping their exports will be able to compete against Black Sea grain in…
The news, when it came late Friday night from a government ministry in Minsk, was grim: The ceiling of a potash mine in Belarus had collapsed more than half a kilometer underground, trapping two workers.
In a town where deregulation is king, Sonny Perdue rules. Rather quietly.
Bayer AG’s plan to win antitrust approval for its takeover of Monsanto Co. hasn’t satisfied U.S. officials who are worried the merger could hurt competition, according to two people familiar with the matter.
A lawsuit claiming Monsanto Co.’s popular weed killer Roundup causes cancer was dealt a blow by a judge’s conclusions that the opinions of the experts testifying against it are "shaky," a potentially devastating development for the case getting to trial.
Iowa farmers are awash in Roundup weed killer.
The average Holstein cow produces over 100 pounds of manure a day. It’s a lot of poop. It’s also a lot of potential power.
The American cranberry industry is one of the biggest losers so far in the escalating trade dispute between the European Union and the U.S.
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Michael Conaway said he’s delaying the release of a draft law renewing farm and nutrition programs to try and produce a bill with bipartisan support after intense Democratic opposition over cuts to the food-stamp program raised…
The biofuels industry was dismayed Tuesday by the Environmental Protection Agency's apparent reprieve to a Pennsylvania refinery over its obligations under the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Trade wars are bad but President Donald Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs won’t have much direct impact on the U.S. economy unless the situation escalates, according to a new survey conducted by Bloomberg News.
China’s biggest food company is sounding the alarm bells over escalating trade tensions with the U.S., pointing to potential suffering for the global economy and blow back for both countries if agricultural goods are used as bargaining chips in the…
For the last seven years Porter Road has carved out a profitable niche selling small-batch meat to discerning shoppers in Nashville, Tennessee. Keen to start peddling its prime cuts of beef, pork and lamb to the rest of the country,…
Ukraine’s grain industry is thriving, but its expansion is being hobbled by an aging railway.
AEM Releases Latest U.S. Ag Tractor and Combine Sales Report
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new USDA webpage featuring resources will help rural communities respond to the opioid crisis.
DES MOINES — Iowa’s statewide farm organization thinks it has a plan to help farmers who are struggling to find affordable health insurance.