Schrader: Farmland values remain strong

The record drought has done little to derail the advance in farmland prices, as eager buyers continue to turn to the land throughout the Corn Belt and beyond, according to R.D. Schrader, president of Schrader Real Estate & Auction Company. FULL STORY »

Fiscal cliff, not farm bill, priority during lame duck session

With election excitement fading, all eyes have turned to Washington. With so many issues for Congress to address, including the farm bill and the fiscal cliff, is there any hope for this lame duck session? FULL STORY »

Farm fatalities dropped in 2011; no child deaths

There were fewer reports of Indiana farm-related deaths in 2011 than the previous year, including none involving children for the first time in 13 years, according to a new Purdue University report. FULL STORY »

Fall pasture walk provides opportunity for learning new ideas

Shupe Dairy Farm milks and pastures 600 cows in Huron County, located at the tip of Michigan’s Thumb. Here’s a look at some of their decisions shared at the recent pasture event. FULL STORY »

Republicans, Democrats connect through food choices

Watch out, Mitt Romney: If a new survey comparing the food choices of Republicans and Democrats is any indication, swing state residents may eat – and potentially vote – more like blue states. However, both parties have a lot in common when it comes to what we eat and drink. FULL STORY »

Got Milk? Miranda Lambert does Play video

Miranda Lambert may have been a top winner at the 2012 Country Music Association Awards Show, but she's more than just a talented musician. She is the latest celebrity to sport a milk mustache. FULL STORY »

Merger proposed by three milk marketing co-ops

The board of directors for Family Dairies USA, Manitowoc Milk Producers Cooperative and Milwaukee Cooperative Milk Producers have unanimously voted to recommend a unified merger for their membership. FULL STORY »

Sandy skips Midwest, drought lingers

Hurricane Sandy did little for those suffering from the grips of drought in the Midwest, and the 2012 drought continues to extend its stay. Currently, 60 percent of the contiguous United States is in moderate or worse drought. FULL STORY »

Milk-feed ratio continues to improve

The preliminary milk-feed ratio for October shows improvement from last month’s ratio, slowly rebounding after it fell to its lowest level in history earlier this year. FULL STORY »

Not too late to plant winter wheat, but opportunity is fading

In a year when drought has caused some soybean growers to harvest later than normal and heavy rains prevented others from getting into their fields for fall planting, many have been slow to get winter wheat planted, according to an Ohio State University Extension expert. FULL STORY »

‘We’re first and goal’ with the Farm Bill, says NMPF

Farm Bill Now! That was the message the National Milk Producers Federation encouraged delegates literally to chant at Tuesday’s annual meeting in Orlando, Fla. FULL STORY »

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