January Crop Production Report

U.S. corn production 14.6 billion bu., down 4%, soybean production 4.39 billion bu., up 2%, sorghum 364 million bu. down 24% from 2016.Cotton production up 24% from last year.Continue

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USDA Rule Allows Pork Imports From Mexico

USDAs Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is implementing a science-based risk assessment that determined Mexico is free of Classical Swine Fever (CSF), highly contagious viral disease in pigs. It was eradicated from the United States in t

USW Worried Steel Industry Demands Could Disrupt Trade and Threaten National Security

U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) sounds has sounded an alarm in reaction to the Department of Commerces announcement that it has submitted to the White House the results of its Section 232 investigation of the national security implications of steel imports

Kansas 2017 Annual Crop Production Summary

Kansas 2017 grain production shows corn estimated at 686 million bu., down 2%, soybean production 189 million bushels, down 2%, sorghum production down 25% from 2016. Cotton production up 161% from last year.

Nebraska 2017 Annual Crop Production Summary

Nebraska corn production estimated at 1.68 billion bu., soybean production for 2017 at record high at 326 million bu. Sorghum production down 33%, sugarbeets up 2%, dry edible beans had a record high yield.

Corn and Soybean stocks up, Wheat stocks down

U.S. corn stocks total 12.5 billion bushels, up 1 percent from last year. Soybeans stocks at 3.16 billion bushels up 9 percent from 2016 and all wheat stored at 1.87 billion bushels, down 10 percent from a year ago.

Gallagher Named President of Heartland Plant Innovations

Dusti Gallagher, a veteran on the agriculture industry has been named president and chief executive officer of Heartland Plan Innovations, Inc. Heartland Plant Innovations is a for-profit company located in Manhattan, KS.

As Winter Looms, Key Risks Keep Ag Outlook Cool

The outlook for agriculture remains downbeat but is beginning to show signs of stabilization. Despite aggregate measures of farm income being significantly lower than in previous years, the farm income forecast for 2017 was relatively unchanged from the 2

Statement of Under Secretary Greg Ibach on Section 199A Tax Code Fix

The U.S. Department of Agricultures (USDA) Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs Greg Ibach issued a statement regarding efforts to address concerns with recent changes to Section 199A of the federal tax code.

Sub-zero temperatures may have damaged Kansas wheat

The recent, stubborn cold spell that settled over the heartland on New Years Day made doing almost anything outdoors difficult, and likely did at least some damage to winter wheat in Kansas, a Kansas State University agronomist said.

Perdue Announces Farm Service Agency State Committee Appointees

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced a slate of Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Committee Appointees. The are responsible for carrying out FSAs farm programs within delegated authorities.


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