(Bloomberg News) — The stunted wheat plants on Robert Ferebee’s parched North Dakota farm were in the worst condition he’d seen in almost three decades. Rather than wait until late July or early August to harvest the crop, Ferebee decided last month to cut his losses and his fields.
Well-known TV show host Mike Pearson will serve as master of ceremonies for the South Dakota Corn Growers Association’s 31st annual meeting Jan. 21 in Sioux Falls.
Platte, S.D., farmer Kory Standy is usually a little envious of the fertile, black topsoil to the east of him.
Shrinking margins in production agriculture will be the focus of the 2016 Ag Summit held in Brookings Tuesday, Dec. 13, and in Mitchell Tuesday, Dec. 20.
LUBBOCK, Texas — The National Sorghum Producers board of directors elected Don Bloss, sorghum farmer from Pawnee City, Neb., as chairman at the annual August board meeting.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — The Collaborative Sorghum Investment Program, a partnership of the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission, United Sorghum Checkoff Program and Kansas State University, has named its first advisory board. The CSIP was formed in early 2016 to increase demand, yield and value for the…
GYLNDON, Minn. - Between 35 to 40 percent of the corn grown in the United States is currently going through an ethanol plant, according to, Mark Rinke, district sales manager for Syngenta, who spoke to ag media recently at their Grow More Experience site near Glyndon, Minn.