Ag Mega-Mergers Alter Landscape For Farm Retailers

Three market-influencing mergers are reshaping the crop protection and seed industry, and that transformation has important implications for the farm supply sector according to a recent report from CoBanks Knowledge Exchange Division.Continue

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Farm Co-ops Applaud the American Food for American Schools Act

The NCFC applauded the introduction of The American Food for American Schools Act. The legislation in the Senate will strengthen monitoring and enforcement of Buy American provisions of the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs, if approved.

Farm Credit Administration Releases Quarterly Report

A report on the performance of the Farm Credit System shows 2018 is another challenging year for agriculture. The report outlines the economic issues affecting agriculture. Based on its first forecast of the 2018 farm economy.

Kansas Wheat Crop Remains Nearly Half Poor/Very Poor

In the latest crop progress and condition report out from USDA-NASS, the Kansas winter wheat crop is reported at 46% poor/very poor, 42% fari and 12% good/excellent. Nationally, corn planting is at 3%.

More than 200 come together to discuss Ogallala Aquifer in Garden City

More than 200 people from agriculture and other industries came together April 9-10 to discuss the challenges and opportunities for preserving groundwater in the Ogallala Aquifer region, a large resource that touches parts of eight states from South Dakot

House Agriculture Committee Releases the 2018 Farm Bill

Today the House Agriculture Committee introduced the 2018 Farm Bill. Congressman Roger Marshall made this piece of legislation his number one priority even before his election. Having been appointed to the House Agriculture Committee.

Nebraska Farm Bureau Petitions USDA to Limit the Definition of Beef

Nebraska Farm Bureau is requesting USDA to limit the definition of beef and meat to only products from live animals born, raised, and harvested in the traditional manner, comes from a strong movement to develop and commercialize alternative protein pr

GAO Issues Report on Cattle Markets

A report by the Government Accountability Office shows supply and demand factors, such as a drought that affected the price of cattle feed, affected changes in prices of fed cattlethose ready for slaughter from 2013 through 2016.

Trade War Help for Farmers: All Options on the Table

A top Department of Agriculture official says all options are on the table when it comes to finding relief from a trade war with China for farmers. Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Steve Censky told reporters earlier this week

Kansas Wheat Crop Condition Improves Slightly

As of Sunday, the nation's wheat crop was 30% good/excellent, 35% fair and 35 poor/very poor. In Kansas 13% good/excellent, 43 fair and 44 poor/very poor. Corn planting is 2% complete, which is the same as the five year average.

Farmers and ranchers can't afford a trade war

U.S. Senator from Kansas, Jerry Moran has penned an op-ed which first appeared in the publication, The Hill. It talks about how farmers in his home state and others cannot afford a trade war. Poll

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