The Zeman Ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills is listed for $20 million more than the next most expensive ranch for sale in the state, and the hefty price tag highlights dueling philosophies in the farmland market.
U.S. dairy groups like the attention President Donald Trump is bringing to Canada's supply management system, but the international dispute over the president's tweets involves a minor overall part of U.S.-Canada trade.
With the Trump administration expected to announce tariffs Friday against China, farm groups are worried about the expected Chinese response. On Thursday, groups went to social media to call on Congress and the Trump administration to avoid handing down the tariffs.
As a decades-long effort to get rid of trans fats officially
concludes Monday, high oleic soybeans are poised to expand their market share.
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Language in the House version of the farm bill would help farm
associations start or promote health plans for their members. The language
comes as the U.S. Department of Labor is expected to finalize language meant to
expand Association Health Plans (AHPs) as a way to lower insurance costs for
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The U.S. corn crop's good-to-excellent rating is the highest for this
time of year in nearly two decades, according to the USDA National Ag
Statistics Service's latest Crop Progress report.
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While livestock and insect haulers have an exemption to electronic
logging device (ELD) rules through Sept. 30, 2018, other agriculture commodity
haulers will see their current exemption run out at midnight on June 18.
However, another new bill introduced last week would delay enforcement.
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With the number of corn acres growing, Midwestern beef-cattle
producers have been increasing the use of corn silage in their operations,
according to speakers at the Silage for Beef Cattle 2018 Conference held June
15 near Mead, Nebraska.
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While livestock and insect haulers have an exemption to electronic logging device (ELD) rules through Sept. 30, 2018, other agriculture commodity haulers will see their current exemption run out at midnight on June 18. However, another new bill introduced last week would delay enforcement.