Rural America will be feeling the strain of fuel costs as diesel and heating oil costs rise in tandem.
Tech leaders address urgent connectivity needs in Rural America at House Subcommittee Hearing on Communication and Technology this week in Washington.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai will make a speech at the event focusing on reforming the World Trade Organization for greater effectiveness and inclusivity.
Analysts predict variability in placements data in the upcoming Cattle on Feed report set to release on Friday afternoon with factors like cow numbers and imports at play.
Harvest is underway in many parts of the United States, but according to a representative with Nutrien Ag Solutions, it is never too early to plan ahead for the next growing season.
Meet the Hasselstrom family of Winchester Ridge Farms, trailblazers in the realm of agriculture, as they embark on a quest to revolutionize farming. Their mission: regenerative farming.
Forward-thinking fruit & vegetable suppliers share new ideas at Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations
Host of Where the Food Comes From, RFD-TV’s own Chip Carter attended the Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations Show last weekend in Charlotte, N.C. to bring us all the exciting new developments in the produce industry.
In a recent survey by Purdue University, researchers asked consumers nationwide about potential pork price increases in relation to California’s controversial Prop 12 legislation. The results might be surprising as grocery-store prices continue to break the bank.
As production costs escalate and interest rates climb, agricultural producers find themselves increasingly reliant on credit. However, in a contrast to some sectors of the economy, the agricultural credit outlook still stands as a bastion of strength despite a rise in farm debt.
USDA experts say competition from Brazil is casting a shadow on this year’s U.S. record corn crop, lowering trade demand for exports as well as the prices.
Leaders of the American pork industry descended upon the Nation’s capitol this week, seeking to engage with lawmakers on the vital issues addressed in the upcoming 2023 Farm Bill. At the forefront of their agenda is the battle against what they perceive as outdated and counterproductive regulations.
Republican lawmakers push back on EV mandate: “It sounds like they’re forcing the farmers out of the market”
Senator Joni Ernst is one of many Republican lawmakers fighting the Biden Administration’s Electric Vehicle mandate and advocating for consumer choice in the agricultural industry.
A 2022 survey conducted by Raven and Forward Group found that nearly two-thirds of the harvest corn operators surveyed are interested in automatic technology and just under half aim to adopt the technology over the next two years.
A farming tradition spanning six generations continues to thrive through a sixth-generation dairy farmer taking part in the larger mission of Bongards Creameries, a cooperative expanding operations from Minnesota all the way to Humboldt, Tennessee.
Rich historical data illuminates industry trends, but the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) stresses the critical nature of non-market commentary in these reports.
Local prices in Missouri are holding steady, but experts warn of looming harvest uncertainties to come for grain producers along the major waterway as well as corn and soybean growers.
The USDA’s latest crop forecast for corn and soybean production will impact U.S. producers as well as make an impact on global trade.
Dwindling water levels along the mighty Mississippi River are creating challenges for the U.S. agriculture industry and impacting global shipping market.
U.S. Reps. Adrian Smith, Dusty Johnson, Jim Costa, and Jimmy Panetta unite, forming a bipartisan Agriculture Caucus to promote market access and balance trade.