Agriculture, the Fed is watching you!

The Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee meets March 19 and 20 to discuss the latest updates on the U.S. economy and agriculture will be on the agenda. FULL STORY »

Indiana farmland values to continue climbing

A Purdue University survey shows that Indiana farmland values have continued to increase despite last summer's severe drought, and farm managers and rural appraisers from across the state expect the trend to continue. FULL STORY »

Spring pork price recovery threatened

Hog prices have dropped sharply in the past month, falling from about $67 per live hundredweight in early February to $58 recently. These declining prices raise concerns over the spring price recovery and whether that recovery will be strong enough to push hog prices up to breakeven levels as had been expected. FULL STORY »

The crop insurance ball now in your court

When all was said and done, the spring guarantees for revenue types of crop insurance were a long way from recent highs in the commodity market, and were practically parallel to the spring guarantees of 2012, a year ago. FULL STORY »

Work with your veterinarian on drug protocols

Protocols spell out the treatment plan on farm for animal disease problems. All drug use on the farm should be covered in protocols. FULL STORY »

Brumm Speaks Out: What is your summer management strategy?

While it may still be winter in the US, now is the time to begin implementing summer management strategies. The pigs you are placing into finishers this week will be going to market in June. FULL STORY »

Wall Street analysts see positive Hormel outlook

The outlook for Hormel Foods remains positive, according to two Wall Street analysts. FULL STORY »

China not yet demanding pledge Canada pork is ractopamine free

China is not yet requiring a third-party review of Canadian pork imports to ensure they are free of the feed additive ractopamine, Canadian Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz said on Monday. FULL STORY »

Preparing your farm for the “what-if” scenario

Would you know what to do if your farm was destroyed by a tornado or featured on an undercover animal activist video? The Pork Checkoff has a two tools to help you plan and prepare for a crisis situation. FULL STORY »

U.S. government won't fall apart on "sequester" day of reckoning

Just as computers worldwide did not crash on January 1, 2000, in the "Y2K" scare and Earth itself did not shatter on December 21, 2012, as some interpreters of the Mayan calendar predicted, March 1, 2013, will not be remembered as the day the U.S. government disintegrated. FULL STORY »

New UN report claims a fertilizer crisis is looming

The United Nations has issued a new report, “Our Nutrient World” that claims the world is facing a fertilizer crisis because some areas of the world have too much fertilizer and others not enough. FULL STORY »

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