We have some good news to share in the world of consumer food! Check out the article below for a couple of exciting headlines from this week.
Nationwide crop performance exceeds expectations and paving the way for a bountiful harvest season, according to the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Crop Progress Report for Sept. 25, 2023.
Rich historical data illuminates industry trends, but the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) stresses the critical nature of non-market commentary in these reports.
Analysts predict variability in placements data in the upcoming Cattle on Feed report set to release on Friday afternoon with factors like cow numbers and imports at play.
The USDA’s latest crop forecast for corn and soybean production will impact U.S. producers as well as make an impact on global trade.
Lower production and higher prices, that’s what the USDA Outlook Board sees for the cattle industry next year.
U.S. Reps. Adrian Smith, Dusty Johnson, Jim Costa, and Jimmy Panetta unite, forming a bipartisan Agriculture Caucus to promote market access and balance trade.
According to the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s (USDA) monthly Wheat Outlook Report, U.S. Hard Red Winter exports are predicted to be down 10 million bushels in September, which would mark the lowest levels ever recorded.
U.S. Dept of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday the department will invest $1.13 billion into an initiative to distribute trees across the country in order to combat “extreme heat and climate change and improve access to nature in cities, towns, and suburbs where more than 84% of Americans live, work, and play.”
The expiration of the current farm bill is quickly approaching. The Virginia Farm Bureau offers their perspective as September progresses and time ticks away for this important piece of legislation.
At the National Farmers Union Fall Legislative Fly-In, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack sheds light on the potential budgetary implications of a trillion-dollar piece of legislation.
This month marks a significant milestone as the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s (USDA) World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) Report celebrates its 50th anniversary.
With Congress back in session this week in Washington, the Senate plans to tackle a series of spending bills.
Latest: Crop Progress Reports
The USDA’s latest crop forecast for corn and soybean production will impact U.S. producers as well as make an impact on global trade.
Latest: WASDE Reports
The USDA’s latest crop forecast for corn and soybean production will impact U.S. producers as well as make an impact on global trade.
USDA experts say competition from Brazil is casting a shadow on this year’s U.S. record corn crop, lowering trade demand for exports as well as the prices.
Agriculture Shows
Champions of Rural America is a half-hour dive into the legislative priorities for Rural America. Join Host and Market Day Report Anchor Christina Loren as she interviews members of the Congressional Western Caucus to learn about efforts in Washington to preserve agriculture and tackles the most important topics in the ag industry on Champions of Rural America!
Farm Traveler is for people who want to connect with their food and those who grow it. Thanks to direct-to-consumer businesses, agritourism, and social media, it’s now easier than ever to learn how our food is made and support local farmers. Here on the Farm Traveler, we want to connect you with businesses offering direct-to-consumer products you can try at home, agritourism sites you can visit with your family, and exciting new technologies that are changing how your food is being grown.
Featuring members of Congress, federal and state officials, ag and food leaders, farmers, and roundtable panelists for debates and discussions.
Host Ben Bailey hops in the tractor cab, giving farmers 10 minutes to answer as many questions and grab as much cash as they can for their local FFA chapter.
How do you narrow down the best-of-the-best “Texas Country Reporter” episodes across 50 seasons and hundreds of episodes? We didn’t know where to start! Instead, we turned to the expert—TCR host Bob Phillips himself—for help with this special collection of episodes, “TCR Classics: Bob’s Picks.”