U.S. Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa says there is “a lot of nervousness out there” about current U.S. trade policy. He made the remarks during his Capitol Hill Report this past Monday.
Before you start a beef herd, make a business plan, assemble your team of experts, and keep good records to weigh your progress.
Choose the right seed, manage your disease risk and your nutrient and water supply, and you will be on your way to a productive and profitable spring wheat crop.
Agriculture trade issues are still on the table, according to U.S. Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA). He expects the next six months to be “very fluid.”
With a diverse mix of plants and good grazing management, that pasture improvement plan you implement this spring will provide your livestock with adequate feed and nutrition all year long.
New research from Iowa State University has revealed that Russia is funding online articles that question the safety of GMOs.
Grassley has said it is worth exploring ways to lower RIN prices without undermining the integrity of the RFS, and he would like to see the EPA make the RIN market more transparent.
A focus on sustainability fits the millennial mind-set and serves as a powerful tool of attraction for a demographic wanting the small town, rural life.
America’s farmers are looking for tax relief, and early signals from plans recently passed by the House and Senate are promising.
After Doug Bichler of Linton, North Dakota, lost an arm in a baler accident this summer, Farm Rescue provided three loads of much-needed hay to the Bichlers.