El Niño is setting the stage for a good year in the Great Plains and that could result in above-average winter wheat yields.
One out of nine people in the world endures chronic hunger now, and climate change could put as many as 175 million additional people at risk of undernourishment by 2080, says a U.S. paper released Wednesday in Paris.
The EPA set a target for the gasoline industry to use 14.05 billion gallons of corn ethanol this year and 14.5 billion gallons of the renewable fuel in 2016 - 4 percent more than it proposed in May but 5 percent less than expected when Congress created the
Farm-state lawmakers will play an outsize role in deciding ratification of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade bloc covering nations that buy 42% of U.S. agricultural exports.
Farm bankers are putting more and more operating loans on their books, as operators cope with two years of lower income and little prospect of higher commodity prices as winter approaches. The need for operating loans “has significantly altered the debt st
Cheap gasoline may be good news for ethanol makers and corn growers.
Cropland values are down in the major corn- and soybean-growing states, the result of slumping commodity prices and expectation of higher interest rates.
Are Mexico and Canada exaggerating losses from cool? We could find out this fall.
USDA Pegs Rail Losses at a Half-Billion Dollars
At the first hearing of the year, the House ag committee grills the agriculture secretary about administration plans to trim subsidies.