Energy Security is Operational Freedom

February 28, 2022 0

Over the past week, the “worst case” scenario for the rising tensions on the Russia/Ukraine border has come to pass, as Russian troops invaded Ukraine from several directions while launching artillery from several locations along Read More

Farm Real Estate Values Continue to Climb

February 28, 2022 0

Agricultural real estate values continued to increase at a rapid pace across farm country through the end of last year. The increase in the value of farmland has accelerated in recent quarters alongside elevated commodity Read More

Vilsack says Ag Outlook is “Strong”

February 28, 2022 0

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack gave the keynote address last week at the USDA’s annual Agricultural Outlook Forum. The Hagstrom Report says that the secretary called the outlook for U.S. agriculture “bright, strong, and positive” despite Read More

Consumers Want Food Made from American Crops

February 28, 2022 0

The United Soybean Board released results of a new survey highlighting consumer perceptions of U.S. soybeans, soybean farmers, and the American food supply chain. The survey shows consumer support of domestic agriculture continues to grow Read More

High Input Costs Cut Down U.S. Corn Acres

February 25, 2022 0

U.S. farmers will cut back on their corn acres this year by 1.5 percent and slightly increase their soybean acres this year because of the high cost of inputs. During the agency’s annual Ag Outlook Read More

’22 Ag Outlook Strong But Facing Uncertainties

February 25, 2022 0

The 2022 Agricultural outlook is strong, but with uncertainties in eastern Europe and South America, according to USDA’s Chief Economist Seth Meyers at this year’s virtual Ag Outlook Forum. Meyers told the 98th Annual Ag Read More

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