Wheat and corn closed higher, as the wheat market reacted well to possible quality issues at the time of harvest due to excessive rainfall.
Dairy producers have increased their use of corn silage as a forage source over the past 10 years.
Official sponsor of the U.S. Department of State’s J-1 program, Experience International is always on the lookout for high-quality hosts who can provide a “cutting edge and educational experience for interns and trainees”.
I visited with Syngenta’s Ric Wesselman at the Washington Grain Commission meeting earlier this week and he shared a look at the wheat crop conditions around the Pacific Northwest.
The University of Idaho (U of I) will forgo sheep grazing at the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station (USSES) this summer due to an ongoing lawsuit. This is the second consecutive year that sheep have not grazed in the Centennial Mountains.
Universities have been having graduations around the West in the last several weeks. Many young people are returning home to the farm — either for the summer or perhaps as the start to their new career in the family business. Does your family business have a Code of Conduct in place?
Seasoned cow-calf producers realize the calf market’s record-high prices are likely to decline as cowherd expansion brings additional supplies. Producers can maintain higher profitability by recognizing this shift and quickly adjusting management and marketing strategies.
What came first? The chicken or the egg?
Mothers Day Tribute Americasfarmers.com “A Mother’s Love” by Monsanto
Kansas cattle woman Debbie Lyons-Blythe is featured in this commercial that aired in 20 major cities. The commercial shows the similarities between an urban mom and a farm or ranch mom.
Farmland...The Movie is Now on Netflx