A portion of the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) has had an aspect of helping finance... Read more.
There is debate going on in North Dakota and Minnesota about whether construction of two proposed... Read more.
A study published last week that aimed to expose the dangers of livestock eating genetically modified... Read more.
The U.S. has cut its carbon dioxide emissions four out of the last five years, largely by switching... Read more.
(AgProfessional Editor Richard Keller: As a journalist that was in Thailand as a guest of the former... Read more.
A study of blight-resistant genetically modified potatoes is scheduled to move into its second phase... Read more.
Novozymes on Monday introduced new enzyme technology to the general agricultural industry that has far... Read more.
Paraguay’s Producers’ Guild announced that farmers will have access to new plant transgenic cotton Bollgard-tolerant,... Read more.
Monsanto announced plans to open a new technology center for wheat in Idaho. The new center will be... Read more.
A wet spring has delayed many farmers from planting corn, soybeans and wheat, but in North Dakota,... Read more.
An anhydrous ammonia (NH3) leak that went on for 12 hours beginning Tuesday night, June 4, and released... Read more.
Over the weekend, Connecticut’s House and Senate agreed on a version of a bill that would require... Read more.
- Farm Market iD releases 2013 Land and Grower Database
- Even in isolated, pristine Tasmania, pressure for GMO farming
- Grains dipped Tuesday while the other markets climbed
- Cattle, soybeans climb Tuesday morning
- Maire Tecnimont to build $1.6 billion U.S. fertilizer plant
- Corn price premiums continue to fade