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Corn futures are hit a 7-month high in early trading before pulling back. For what's driving the strength and if you should be buying into the corn, wheat and soybean market we are joined by Scott Shellady, Senior VP of Derivatives at Trean Group.
Given what's been in the media over the past 24-hours, this is frankly the best antidote, says Willy Leferink, Federated Farmers Dairy chairperson. It is an opportunity to see three top-performing dairy farms in action tomorrow, Friday and next
Those attending are National Party MP and member of the health select committee Dr Paul Hutchison, Labour's health spokesperson and Rongotai MP Annette King, Green Party health spokesperson Kevin Hague, and NZ First's health spokesperson Barbara
While farmers in Western Australia and South Australia can look forward to their average cash incomes rising to all-time highs this year, their Queensland counterparts will see theirs fall to record lows. In WA, broadacre farm incomes are expected to
The value of farm products produced in Washington has increased dramatically over the past five years, even as the number of farms has dropped. A new government census of agriculture found that the value of farm products in Washington grew from $6.7
They're an endangered species in many state legislatures as more Americans move to urban centers or suburban cities: the rural lawmaker who knows what it's like to care for a herd, plant a crop or drive on gravel roads. Indiana Rep. Bill Friend, a
We are incredibly proud of Sandra, who is both a national and provincial executive for Federated Farmers, and her business partners for taking out this award. This meat and fibre farm is as diverse as it is environmentally friendly, says Peter Jex-
Michigan is mirroring a national trend of declining farms even as the value of crops and livestock increases. A five-year federal census of America's agriculture released Thursday finds Michigan had about 52,000 farms in 2012 down 7 percent from 2007.
As a former partner in a rural accounting firm, and a farmer, David Marshall felt for a long time there had to be a more efficient way of managing farm finances. Working with farm investment company MyFarm, which is responsible for managing more than
Kathy and Dave Wullenweber realized their dream of living in a log cabin on a farm of their own. Now, with the help of a Kenton County Cooperative Extension workshop, the chrysanthemum growers hope to make their farm even more successful. Kathy is