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A considerable amount of soybeans will be larger in physical size this year and that could change some things for farmers as they get...

Action in the Senate this week on advancing Trade Promotion Authority drew strong support from farm groups. The American Farm Bureau Federation applauded the...

In a speech Thursday at Michigan State University, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack laid out a comprehensive approach to partner with agricultural producers to address...

Be patient Patience needs to come into play again this year with cold and wet soils and infrequent planting windows across Indiana. Purdue's Dr. Bob...

The Senate Agriculture Committee held a hearing on the potential to increase U.S. ag and food sales to Cuba by lifting the trade embargo...

U.S. soybean farmers have been using conservation practices and sustainable measures for decades. United Soybean Board Freedom to Operate Action Team Chair Bill Beam...

Soil temps diving The latest Indiana corn planting progress report has the state at 1 percent for the week just ended. That equals the pace...

    Eighty years ago, in April 1935, an ominous wall of blowing sand and dust swept across the Great Plains caused by years of overplanting,...

Renowned agricultural economist Dr. Keith Collins reflects on his distinguished career and the future of farm policy in a series of videos released today...

Warmer temperatures and reduced rainfall yielded the first opportunities to plant corn during the week ending April 19, according to the USDA, NASS, Great...