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Explains how grain production around the world will impact markets in the future.
Little millet is a multipurpose crop, it is less affected by pests, diseases and environmental stresses compared to other grain crops, and it grows well under low-input agriculture.
Inventorying and planning for hay and other forage feed needs is essential every year, especially when production is uncertain due to drought or excess moisture.
Did you know that alfalfa can remove more sulfur from the soil in a year than a corn crop?
USDA is providing $67 million in competitive loans through the new Heirs’ Property Relending Program (HPRP), aiming to help agricultural producers and landowners resolve heirs’ land ownership and succession issues.
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With solar development expanding in Nebraska, Bioenergy expert talks about the process of leasing land for use in renewable energy.
A lawyer's perspective on proposed increases by the Biden administration on how assets are taxed at death could make it harder to keep longstanding family farms intact.
An update on crops at this point in the growing season and some advice for producers impacted by hail and wind damage.
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