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WASHINGTON —   Members of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee are considering how to help farmers struggling with rising costs for fertilizer, fuel, seeds and chemicals — the unfortunate harvest of the war in Ukraine, strains on the global supply system, inflation and severe weather. A panel of the committee heard from agricultural economists Thursday, as lawmakers debate […]

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High prices for corn have been very good for producers, however, they have started to take a toll on demand. But with that said, the U.S. is s…

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Typically this time of year South America is dominating the world soybean market as the top source for the world’s buyers. But this year thing…

While Wisconsin ranks No. 13 in ag exports, a new state initiative sees room for improvement and allocates $5 million to grow exports by 25% within five years.

Brazil is not playing by the rules, says Bruce Shultz of the National Farmers Organization in this guest column. The country's beef industry has had two atypical cases of BSE this year. They reported these cases Sept. 3, but Brazil knew about them in June.

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