In most areas of the Midwest, planting is very near completion on corn and well along its way for soybeans; however, progress lags in some areas. Weekly progress reports suggest […]
Central Texas wheat growers continue to have a challenging year, said Dr. Clark Neely, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service small grains specialist, College Station. “There’s a couple of different stories […]
It may be a relief to see shallow lakes slowly recede from fields across the Midwest, but more work lies ahead: covering up those empty acres. After relentless rains flooded […]
Planting cover crops could help preserve healthy soil in fields that have been left empty this year because of flooding, according to a new article by Purdue agronomist Eileen Kladivko […]
Based on USDA’s March 30 Prospective Plantings report corn planted area was estimated at 89.2 million acres and soybean planted area was estimated at a record 84.6 million acres. Based […]
Producers are required to enroll annually in the ARCPLC program to be eligible to receive payments. The enrollment period is expected to begin mid-June.
Generic base acres have to be planted (seed-in-the-ground) to a covered commodity to be eligible for payment.
QUESTION: Andy, I hate to admit this but my 80-year-old father is a Neanderthal. We have no on-farm successors, so he has an agreement to sell the family farm to […]
Prevented planting acreage declined significantly from last year and is largely concentrated in North Dakota and Minnesota, according to Farm Services Agency’s initial release of certified acreage data. Farmers were […]