GALLATIN, Ill. — The seven semi-trucks Bill Raben and his brother own to haul their grain have been a good investment. But owning trucks comes with some challenges.
The sorry state of the United State’s inland waterways system is well known, but solutions to fixing it seem, at times, elusive.
A four-lane expansion of U.S. Highway 30 will begin next spring, growing the capacity of a major agricultural artery for grain and livestock transport in the state.
DECATUR, Ill. — Farmers are paying attention to conservation practices this year while keeping an eye on costs with low commodity prices.
WINTHROP, Iowa — Sean Baragary’s life has changed dramatically in the past two months.
DECATUR, Ill. — Like a lot of farmers who were kicking tires at the Farm Progress Show, Duane Dahlman isn’t opening his wallet too wide.
CORALVILLE, Iowa — Iowa land values are showing signs of stability, as well as some steady growth.
Cooler temperatures continued across the state last week with temperatures averaging 66.6 degrees, 5.5 degrees below normal, according to the Sept. 11 USDA Crop Progress report.
Dry, cool weather continued across most of the state last week, according to the Sept. 11 USDA Crop Progress report.
Unless lawmakers take action, there will be automatic changes to Iowa’s beginning farmer tax credit program on Jan. 1, 2018.
Beef exports remained stable while pork exports dropped in July, according to a USDA report.
As summer turns to autumn, Don Roose has a piece of advice for farmers: Use the carry to your advantage.
Lee Agri-Media has created a relief fund to help farmers and ranchers affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana.
Corn and soybean futures dropped this morning after USDA increased its crop estimates from last month.
OMAHA, Neb. — Farmland values largely held steady through the first half of 2017 in states served by Farm Credit Services of America.
EFFINGHAM, Ill. — Dave Ross has some advice for those considering entering the organic grains market: Don’t let the promise of big profits suck you in or the fear of losses drive you away.
RANTOUL, Ill. — As harvest nears, thousands of farmers got together with a sense of nostalgia to mingle with more 1,000 tractors, steam engines, moldboard plows and implements of the past the Half Century of Progress Show in Rantoul Aug.…
DECATUR, Ill. — Crop insurance was by far the biggest concern of farmers and others attending a farm bill listening session at Richland Community College Aug. 30.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri Extension brought farm, agribusiness and agency leaders together Aug. 24 to address issues associated with the use of dicamba.
BIG ROCK, Ill. — Operating a small farm profitably is challenging enough, but adding health issues makes it even more difficult.