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South Dakotans will vote on carbon pipeline bill that could determine future of Summit pipeline

The "Landowner Bill of Rights" legislation will now be on the Nov. 5 ballot for a statewide vote and could determine the fate of Summit Carbon Solution's pipeline project.

Agriculture Week
22 Jul 2024

Drier weather pattern moves in to northern Plains - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says the West will stay hot, the South will stay stormy, but the northern Plains could turn a bit drier than it has been this growing season.

Agriculture Week
22 Jul 2024

Wheat market may be reaching the bottom as price inches upward - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Randy Koenen of Red River Farm Network and Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management discuss the grain market response to weather, or lack of response in some cases, on the Agweek Market Wrap.

Agriculture Week
22 Jul 2024

Sen. Tina Smith hears from northern Minnesota farmers impacted by flooding

Area cattle and crop farmers met with U.S. Sen. Tina Smith on Wednesday in Blackduck to discuss the difficult season of rain that severely limited their ability to plant.

Agriculture Week
18 Jul 2024

Cooling prices chill drive to add wheat acres in US Corn Belt

U.S. wheat plantings dropped nearly 5% this year, resuming a decades-long trend that has coincided with a more recent slide in the U.S. share of the global wheat export market.

Agriculture Week
18 Jul 2024

USDA says 2023 sugarbeet crop was even bigger than anticipated and '24 crop looks big, too

The USDA says processor data shows that the 2023 U.S. sugarbeet crop was bigger than believed. The agency also anticipates a big crop in 2024 based on early planting and expected harvested acreage.

Agriculture Week
16 Jul 2024

Hot weather stays west of the northern Plains and rains get random - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler said searing heat will stay west of the northern Plains, but warm temperatures are likely. Rains get random around now, he said, and that looks to hold true.

Agriculture Week
13 Jul 2024

July supply, demand report a boost to corn and hit to wheat - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Randy Koenen of Red River Farm Network and Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management discuss the market response to the USDA supply and demand report on the Agweek Market Wrap.

Agriculture Week
13 Jul 2024

US to fund lower-emission fertilizer with eye to greener ethanol

The money would support projects that reduce the amount of fertilizer needed for farms while maintaining yields, the agency said.

Agriculture Week
12 Jul 2024

As 2024 continues to mirror 2014 in crop prices, take steps to protect your position - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Allison Thompson explores the crop market similarities and difference between this year and 2014 and offers some advice on how to protect yourself in case of sudden price downturns.

Agriculture Week
12 Jul 2024

The most important thing this 140-year-old central Minnesota farm raises is family

The University of Minnesota Wadena county extension office selected the Goeden family as the 2024 Farm Family of the Year.

Agriculture Week
12 Jul 2024

Kettle River area dairy farm named Carlton County Farm Family of the Year

The Pasek Dairy Farm has been in the family since 1909.

Agriculture Week
11 Jul 2024

Renewing the Countryside celebrates two decades of connecting farmers

The nonprofit hosted a celebratory fundraiser at the Dodge Nature Center in St. Paul on June 27.

Agriculture Week
10 Jul 2024

As heat moves west, widespread rains are expected to lessen in July - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler said changes in the jet stream will send searing heat to the West, and the changes should mean fewer widespread rain storms in the northern Plains.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

As flooding continues in the Midwest, western Corn Belt farmers grapple with submerged fields - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Heavy rains and major flooding may impact farms in South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota throughout the growing season.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

What the cyclical pattern of a wet summer means for continued stormy weather - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says wet weather often begets more wet weather in the summer because of evaporation. He sees potential for more rainy weather in the northern Plains.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024
Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

Producers should remain vigilant in the face of bearish market news - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

It appears weather impacts are not yet being factored into crop price outlooks. Allison Thompson of The Money Farm writes that if concerns arise, buckle up.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

Mexico to drop plan to cut yellow corn imports, new agriculture minister says - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Mexico will focus on maintaining self-sufficiency in white corn, which is commonly used in the country's staple tortilla, with a longer term plan of self-sufficiency in yellow corn.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

China poised for record July soybean imports on low prices, Trump trade fears - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

However, the impact of any trade escalation is likely to be muted for Chinese soybean buyers given the plunge in market share for U.S. beans that was triggered during Trump's presidency.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

After USDA website crash, end of June reports reveal slightly negative results for grains - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Randy Koenen of Red River Farm Network and Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management discuss the June 28 acreage and quarterly stocks reports from USDA on the Agweek Market Wrap.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

'Relief rally' would be justified in grains but dust and water must settle for more improvements - Agweek | #1 source for agriculture news, farming, markets

Allison Thompson explains how extreme flooding in parts of the western Corn Belt may take a while to be factored into the grain markets, as will recent spread action in the soybean market.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

Douglas County farm family of the year is six generations strong

The Botzet family of Carlos, Minnesota, will be honored at Farmfest Aug. 6-8 at the Gilfillan Estate, near Redwood Falls.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024

Bird flu concern prompts US to award Moderna $176 million for vaccine development

Funds will be used to complete late-stage development and testing of a pre-pandemic mRNA-based vaccine against H5N1 avian influenza.

Agriculture Week
09 Jul 2024
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