Producers Urged to Plan for Possible Drought-Driven Culling

It may be time to cut cattle stocking rates by as much as 10% in some parts of the Northern Plains. That news comes as drought conditions that began last year there continue, and many producers are w... Read More

Trade Talks with China Continue

The National Sorghum Producers welcomed news that the 178 percent tariff and anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations were dropped. Trade talks between the two countries continued this week, showing signs that China has promised to help re... Read More

Wolf-like animal shot in central Montana, DNA tests underway

DENTON, Mont. (AP) - A central Montana rancher shot a wolf-like animal after it was spotted in a pasture with livestock, but a closer look prompted state wildlife officials to take DNA samples to determine what type of animal it was. Fish, Wildlife a... Read More

(Video) Afternoon Agriculture News Update - May 25, 2018

Susan Littlefield reports on the latest agriculture news. Story 1: USDA-EPA Discuss Year-Round E15 Story 2: Clay Patton reports from the field... Read More

United States Takes Action Against Canadian Trade Measures That Discriminate Against U.S. Wine

(Washington, D.C., May 25, 2018) - U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer announced today that the Trump Administration has requested that the World Trade Organization (WTO) establish a dispute settl... Read More

U.S.-China trade war could hit Brazil in the long run: minister

PARIS (Reuters) - The trade dispute between the United States and China has benefited Brazil so far but could prove harmful long term as higher grain prices will make the Latin American country's exports less competitive, Brazil's farm minister said.... Read More

(Video) Friday Five: Top Stories in Agriculture

Bryce Doeschot and Alex Voichoskie return to host this week's Friday Five from the Nebraska Soybean Board Studio, where they recap five ag stories from the week. Stories: 5) The House Farm Bill failed on a vote of 198-213, but the bill will get anot... Read More

RFA Announces $1M Fuel Your Knowledge Campaign

WASHINGTON - The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) is gearing up for summer by launching a new $1 million consumer-focused educational campaign called "Fuel Your Knowledge." The campaign will educate and inform consumers about the proper use of ethan... Read More

Bayer cuts Monsanto synergy target by $300 million due to divestments

BONN (Reuters) - Bayer (BAYGn.DE) said positive synergy effects from the planned takeover of U.S. seeds maker Monsanto (MON.N) would be about $300 million below its previous target because it will sell more businesses than initially expected to get a... Read More

NDA ADVISES CONSUMERS TO WATCH FOR SKIMMER DEVICES AT FUEL PUMPS

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is reminding consumers to pay attention at the pump this Memorial Day weekend and always. Credit card skimmer devices have been discovered in the past by NDA inspectors during routine pump inspec... Read More

Trump Appears to Raise New Doubts About US-China Trade Deal

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump cast doubt Wednesday on the prospects for talks that are designed to head off a trade war between the United States and China. Four days after the two countries suspended plans to impose tariffs on up to $200 ... Read More