Midwest

The latest agricultural news related to Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, and other states in the Midwestern region of the U.S.

Now that the EPA is allowing some states to purchase E15 biofuel during the summer, lawmakers and regulators are touting
Farmers have put their spring planting progress on hold after severe storms ravaged some parts of the Midwest.
New testing requirements for dairy cattle producers facing HPAI; ranchers fire back on a controversial proposal from the Bureau of Land Management; and our latest feel-good stories about some country music legends.
So far, Black Cutworm Moths have been trapped in Wisconsin and Illinois. The invasive pest larvae can cause crop damage if the eggs are not destroyed before they hatch.
While the “I” states are waiting for better weather, corn plantings are picking up in drier corners of farm country.
One drawback of co-equal ownership in estate planning is the right of partition of a co-owner. That’s a particularly acute problem when parents have both on-farm and off-farm heirs.
Another round of HPAI cases in poultry and dairy cattle plague Michigan producers, updates on the Kansas wildfires, and other top rural news stories from last week.
Wildfires have broken out in Kansas, consuming thousands of acres north of Manhattan.
Stone X urges U.S. cotton producers to understand the importance of risk management regardless of weather at the 2024 Plains Cotton Growers annual meeting in Texas.
A family settlement agreement is one method to resolve financial conflicts among family members over assets—if executed properly, that is.
As the U.S. cattle herd hits its lowest levels since 1951, one major contributing factor is ongoing drought conditions affecting many parts of farm country.
Experience the buzz at Wild Harvest Honey on this episode of FarmHER featuring Amber Rutledge, one of the few Honey Connoisseurs in the United States.