Tuesday, February 20 at 3 PM
Meyer: Consumer demand could swing economic projections
USDA Chief Economist Seth Meyer says farmers face uncertainty about demand from both U.S. consumers and China as they head into planting season.
Nebraska Congressman frustrated by length of Mexico GM corn dispute
The chair of the U.S. House Ways and Means subcommittee on trade is frustrated by how long the dispute process over Mexico’s GM corn ban is taking.
Source: DTN/Progressive Farmer
Climate change study calls for more variety in Kansas crop mix
Future crops in Kansas will have to include more drought-tolerant grains like those of sub-Saharan Africa to adapt to climate change. That's the bottom line of a recent study done by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
Pivot Bio growers receive $6M+ since FY2022 for improved nitrogen management
Pivot Bio, a leading sustainable agriculture company, today announced that its sustainability program, N-OVATOR™, has paid over $6 million to growers for implementing better nitrogen management practices since its launch in 2022. N-OVATOR™ provides prompt, annual payments to growers and is the first insetting program to focus on nitrous oxide emissions.
4 Ways to Celebrate FFA Week
Every February, we're encouraged to come together to celebrate and support our local FFA chapters during National FFA Week. This year, from February 17th-24th, you can join in on the fun and help make a difference!