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U.S. SOY GROWER LEADERS PARTICIPATE IN EXPHOTEL IN MEXICO

American Soybean Association (ASA) president and former USSEC director John Heisdorffer, an Iowa farmer, and United Soybean Board (USB) director Mark Caspers, a soybean farmer from Nebraska, participated in Exphotel, the leading trade show for Mexico... Read More

U.S. SOY RESPONDS TO TARIFF ANNOUNCEMENT

ST. LOUIS – In response to the announcement regarding U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports, the American Soybean Association (ASA), the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and the United Soybean Board (USB) release the following statements. “Nobody... Read More

Farm Credit Outlook Shows Prices for Grains to Strengthen

An outlook presented to the Farm Credit Administration shows corn and soybean prices are projected to strengthen, boosting profit margins for crop farmers. The report shows profit margins are expected to decline for livestock producers though, as ... Read More

Futures One Crop Progress Report *AUDIO*

Listen to the report here: http://post.futurimedia.com/krvnam/playlist/6-18-usda-crop-progress-report-4434.html OMAHA (DTN) -- The percentage of the U.S. corn crop rated in good-to-excellent condition improved slightly last week and is currently th... Read More

Upper Big Blue NRD Makes State History with Precedent-Setting Initiative

YORK, Neb. – The Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District (NRD) is embarking on the first-ever combined water quality management and voluntary integrated management planning processes in partnership with both the Nebraska Department of Environment... Read More

President’s Rescissions Package is Direct Attack on Farm Bill

National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition urges Senate to reject nearly $1 billion in farm bill cuts Washington, DC, – The rescissions package being considered by the Senate this week would pull the rug out from under struggling farmers and r... Read More

State Checkoff Aims to Improve Belizean Nutrition with Soy Protein

Belize is one of the poorest countries in Central America, with high incidence of undernourishment. To improve nutrition there and to help communities encourage healthier lifestyles, Xpand2 LLC (an international marketing consultancy) and the Kansas ... Read More

Pollinator week kicks off Monday June 18

National Pollinator Week June 18–24, will see a Syngenta team  embark on a road trip up the Monarch Highway (Interstate 35) to bring awareness to some of the people who contribute to pollinator health and stewardship. The I-35 corridor is recogniz... Read More

Dalmation Toadflax – invasive species in western Nebraska

Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) is a concept to identify potential invasive species prior to or just as the establishment of the invasive is taking place.  An Integrated Pest Management plan (IPM) can be developed to manage, contain and er... Read More

(Video) Fridays in the Field - June 15, 2018

This week's edition Friday in the Field takes place near Waverly, Nebraska with Andrew Neujahr. Neujahr is a corn and soybean producer in his first year as a full-time member of the family operation. Video: Bryce Doeschot reports from the field... Read More

Nebraska's Most Expensive Farm Listing Includes Irrigation, Beef Operation

INDIANOLA, Iowa (DTN) -- Farmers and ranchers love accumulating assets, land in particular, but when markets are down and the outlook uncertain, sometimes there comes a point when it's time to see if you can cash out and move on. That's the story be... Read More

Food Bloggers Visit Kansas During Wheat Harvest

Kansas wheat farmers shared their story with consumers this June when nine food bloggers came to Kansas during wheat harvest. Food bloggers from all over the United States toured a wheat farm during harvest, a flour mill and the ... Read More

Iowa Soybean Association statement on White House announcement to move forward with China tariffs

The White House announced today that it’s moving forward with 25 percent tariffs on up to $50 billion of Chinese products imported into the U.S. China responded in-kind, saying it will move swiftly to protect its interests. The speculation is Beiji... Read More

Upper Big Blue NRD Makes State History with Precedent-Setting Initiative

YORK, Neb. – The Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District (NRD) is embarking on the first-ever combined water quality management and voluntary integrated management planning processes in partnership with both the Nebraska Department of Environment... Read More