Posts Tagged ‘young farmers’

Nebraska College Helps Youths Get into the Ag Business

Erin Ridpath stands on the edge of a windy, dry Nebraska corn field near Cambridge and she sees into the […]

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Young Farmers Need to Build ‘Social Capital’ With Veteran Farmers

Every night after LeRoy Zierke’s hip replacement surgery in December 2008, he received a visit from Adam Venteicher, now 24, […]

Land Prices Create Hurdles for Young Farmers

Escalating land prices and lack of available farmland add more challenges to an already difficult occupation for young farmers. “This […]

Florida: Young Farmers Wanted

As our country continues to search for economic stability, there are numerous questions that face agriculture in the United States […]

Young Farmers Are Optimistic and Committed for the Long Haul

Young farmers and ranchers are more optimistic about their future than they were 5 years ago according to a recent […]

Young Japanese and U.S. Farmers Face Similar Challenges

Buddies since kindergarten, Ryosuke Shimizu, Yusuke Orii and Takuya Yanagisawa, all 28, started farming together last year. Orii worked for […]

Kentucky: How A Farm Couple Brought Their Daughter Into A Fourth Generation Operation

The view from our cabs is changing. Cabs have gone from being protective devices shielding drivers from wind, rain and […]

Ad: Young Farmer Looking to Cash Lease Ground

Settling into LaRue County, Ky., Ryan Bivens was looking for land. He farmed an hour away from his new home […]

Young Farmers Experience Flood, Hail and Unaffordable Cash Rent

Evan Uthof and his partner in L&E Farms, Les Albrecht, had a year for the farm’s history books. Evan offers […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    AgFax Grain Review: Corn Bottom May Be in Sight; Floods Move Around SCN7-11

    Rose on Cotton: Market Slide for 9 Weeks; WASDE Feeds Bears7-11

    U.S. Rice: Crop Looking Good; Arkansas Hit by Heavy Rain7-11

    Rice Market: Supply/Demand Report – Unanswered Questions7-11

    Louisiana: Rice Acres Go Up, Prices Go Down7-11

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Futures Mixed on Late Buying7-11

    Cleveland on Cotton: Bloodletting is Over – Export Sales Increase7-11

    Grain Transportation: 8 Locks on MS River Still Closed to Barge Traffic – DTN7-11

    Doane Cotton Close: Negative Reaction to USDA Reports7-11

    EPA Seeks to Lower Grain Elevator Dust Emissions – DTN7-11

    Southern Soybean Insects – This Week, You Got ‘Em Or You Don’t – AgFax7-11

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Sharp Losses in Beans, Wheat, Lesser Losses in Corn7-11

    AFB Cotton Close: Prices Continue Lower7-11

    AFB Rice Close: Prices Move Lower Following USDA Report7-11

    Mississippi: Record Livestock Prices Create Curious Dilemma7-11

    Peanut Crop In SE Needs Rain; SW Preps For Disease – AgFax7-11

    DTN Cotton Close: Falls to Contract Low, Halves Loss7-11

    Who Burned the Soybeans? Plants Should Recover from Herbicide Injury – DTN7-11

    DTN Grain Close: New Contract Lows in All Markets7-11

    Texas: Ag Update Meeting, Haskel, July 227-11

    Illinois Soybeans: Charcoal Rot Gains Greater Foothold with Climate Change7-11

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights7-11

    DTN Livestock Midday: Triple-Digit Losses Pin Feeder Cattle7-11

    WASDE Cotton: Higher U.S. Production, Ending Stocks Forecast7-11

    WASDE Oilseeds: U.S. Soybean Acreage, Production Increased7-11

    WASDE Rice: U.S. Supplies Raised 5%, Production 6%7-11

    WASDE Coarse Grains: Projection Lowered for U.S. Corn Production7-11

    WASDE Wheat: Projected U.S. Supplies Raised, Boosted by HRS Crop7-11

    Farm Bill Decisions: Payment Yield Update Options7-11

    DTN Grain Midday: Lower as Markets Await WASDE Report7-11

    Mississippi Outdoors: Will Weeds in My Pond Hurt My Fish?7-11

    DTN Cotton Open: Ticks Down to New Contract Low7-11

    DTN Livestock Open: Set to Start on Defensive7-11

    DTN Grain Open: Quiet Ahead of USDA Reports7-11

    Farm Bill Toolbox: 7 States Building Out Decision Aids7-11

    Keith Good: Big Corn Crop Could Drive Down Farm Incomes, Land Values7-11

    AgFax Cotton Review: Potential Export Increase; First Bale of the Season7-10

    Florida: Peanut Field Day, Greenwood, Aug. 147-10

    Lack of Succession Planning Can Be Costly in More Ways Than One – DTN7-10

    ELS Cotton Competitive Payment Rate Is Zero7-10

    Chumrau on Wheat: Strong Durum, HRS Sales Push Past Price7-10

    Rice: Early Heading In Midsouth; Harvest Starts – Guess Where? – AgFax7-10

    Arkansas Soybeans: Farmers Face Race Against Clock if Replanting7-10

    USDA Grains Report Preview — DTN7-10

    Japan Gasping Ahead of Finish Line in Trade Talks — DTN7-10

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Inspections Rebound after 2-Week Lag7-10

    U.S. Energy: Iraqi Oil Production Forecast Reduced Due to Unrest7-10

    Gasoline Prices: Make 3-Cent Drop7-10

    Propane Stocks: Increase by 3.8M Barrels7-10

    Diesel Prices: Average Declines by a Penny7-10

    Midwest Corn Finally on Fast Track; Glyphosate Resistant Weeds Spread – AgFax7-9

    Corn Growth Explodes – And You Really Can Hear It – DTN7-9

    Midwest: Crop Conditions All About Luck – DTN7-9

    AgFax Rice Review: India Sells State Stocks; Arkansas Farmer Tax Exemption7-9

    Cotton In Midsouth – Plant Bugs Build, Odd Armyworm Situation – AgFax7-9

    12 Arkansas Counties and 1 from Arizona Make Natural Disaster List7-9

    Mississippi: Agronomy Field Day, Verona, Aug. 77-9

    Good on Grain: July, August Weather Hold Key to Record Corn Yield7-9

    Cotton In Southeast: More Insects And Treatments – AgFax7-9

    Soybeans: Midwest Growers on White Mold Alert — DTN7-9

    AgFax Peanut Review: Peanut Butter Trial Could Take 2 Months; SC Opens 1st Shelling Facility7-9

    Cotton in Southwest: Time for ‘Old School’ Weed Control – AgFax7-8

    Louisiana: Citrus Canker, Greening Continue to Spread7-8

    Field to Market Furnishes Valuable Input Data for Farmers – DTN7-8

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices7-8

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