Farm is staying afloat by staying true to southern staple crops.
Betsy Jibben has this next “Farming on the Horizon” segment from Newton Grove, North Carolina. She interviews Bartley Warren and Brandon Warren.
Betsy Jibben talks with Mike Schropp; Jim Mintert with Purdue University; Bill Biederman; John Prauner; Mike Berdo from Washington, Iowa; Gretchen Nollman with Agri-Way Partners and Joe Vaclavik with Standard Grain.
Betsy Jibben talks to Mike Schropp, a farmer from Iowa; Jason Alexander, with Farm Credit Mid-America; Jason Williamson, crop insurance specialist at Williamson Insurance and Jim Mintert, with Purdue University.
Betsy Jibben travels to Washington, Iowa and talks with farmer Mike Berdo. She also talks with Gretchen Nollman, a grain merchandising manager for Agri-Way Partners about the soybean condition in Eastern Iowa.
Two of the world’s closest allies, the United States and Canada, couldn’t be more apart on what’s right for their dairy industries with USMCA. The Canadian dairy industry does not like the potential agreement.
In this edition of “Farming on the Horizon,” we show you one farmer who even when unexpected storms jolt harvest plans. AgDay national reporter talks with Chris Naylor, a farmer from Clinton, North Carolina.
The National Hurricane Center reporting Hurricane Florence is intensifying and becoming a Category 4 storm. This comes in the middle of corn harvest for North Carolina farmers as they rush to harvest as much as they can.