New groundwater laws sweep California

The drought in California has led to Gov. Jerry Brown signing legislation on Tuesday that could create limitations to how much water both commercial and residential users can get from underground aquifers. FULL STORY »

Livestock thefts increase as prices rise

As prices for livestock increase, farmers and ranchers in Iowa are seeing more of their animals going missing. FULL STORY »

Worldwide use of coarse grain use projected higher

Global coarse grain use is forecast up 2.3 million tons this month to 1,255.5 million, a modest increase. FULL STORY »

September forecast raises corn yield

The September survey-based forecast for the 2014/15 corn crop raises the U.S. corn yield 4.3 bushels per acre from last month to a record 171.7 bushels. FULL STORY »

Cattle at the Crossroads: Prices driven by supply and demand

The year-long across-the-board rally in cattle prices has been driven by a combination of favorable supply and demand factors which have aligned to push prices to record levels. FULL STORY »

USDA shows corn is up, meat is down

Last Thursday, USDA released the September Crop Production report along with the monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report. FULL STORY »

Man arrested for buying cattle with fake checks

A man who has been using fake checks to purchase cattle in Texas and Oklahoma is now in custody. FULL STORY »

Make preparations this fall to sod-seed pastures and hay meadows

Pastures and hay meadows provide higher quality feed, are more productive, and cheaper to grow if they have good forage legumes growing in them. FULL STORY »

Grain futures lagged behind the other ag markets Tuesday night

Talk of fine harvest weather is weighing on corn futures. The corn market managed a firm close in the wake of Tuesday’s FSA data release. However, futures weakened overnight, with traders citing forecasts for favorable Corn Belt weather as the harvest gets underway. FULL STORY »

Study shows differences in understanding sustainable agriculture

Across the globe, consumers (81%) and farmers (78%) say they care a lot about sustainability in agriculture. However, the two groups have a very different understanding of what sustainability means. FULL STORY »

Vance Agribusiness names 2014 40 Under 40 honorees

Vance Publishing Corporation’s Agribusiness Group today reveals the honorees for its second annual 40 Under 40 Award program, which recognizes people making a significant contribution to America’s food system. FULL STORY »

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