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    Earlier this month the U.S. Department of Agriculture provided the first estimate of 2018 net farm income. After a slight increase in sector i…

      The share of U.S. agricultural imports from regions consisting primarily of developed economies remained stable from 1995-2015, at slightly mo…

        Corn and soybean export projections for the 2017-2018 marketing year changed substantially in the Feb. 8 World Agricultural Supply and Demand …

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          It is difficult to predict corn-production economics. However, a grower generally has more control over cost of production than price. In a ye…

            There is enough biomass to meet worldwide demand for both production of biofuels and food, according to Germany’s Union for the Promotion of O…

              Soybean prices rallied during the past week on increased uncertainty in South American soybean production and a weaker dollar. Soybean prices …

                Anna Wildeman lobbied for the state Dairy Business Association and represented CAFOs when citizens complained about pollution.

                  The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Jan. 26 “Cattle on Feed” report revealed Jan. 1 cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market reache…

                    The National Association of Conservation Districts chose 2017 poster- and photo-contest winners at the organization’s 72nd-annual meeting, inc…

                      Alfalfa fields topped with fluffy purple blossoms sway lightly in the breeze while waiting to be harvested and made into delicious roughage for cows.

                        Farmers operating equipment on roads should be cautious of alcohol-impaired drivers, especially during nighttime work. Three-quarters of farm-…

                          At 2.65 million tons, there was estimated to be 17 percent less hay stored on Wisconsin farms as of Dec. 1, 2017, compared to Dec. 1, 2016.

                            At 2.65 million tons, there was estimated to be 17 percent less hay stored on Wisconsin farms as of Dec. 1, 2017, compared to Dec. 1, 2016.

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