Ag News

Damage Estimates in Brazil Top $600 Million

Rio Grande do Sul, a major crop producer and agribusiness zone in Brazil, has been hard hit by unprecedented flooding. Record rainfall has affected more than 90 percent of...

Grassley Renews No Farm Bill Prediction For This Year

The release this week of a Senate GOP farm bill framework may have done little to boost chances for a new five-year bill this...

USDA Releases June WASDE Report

(WASHINGTON D.C.)– Some changes to world production estimates were noted on the latest USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report for the month...

CLAAS Celebrates Half a Million Combine Harvesters

Harsewinkel/Omaha, June 13, 2024 — CLAAS is celebrating half a million combine harvesters built since 1936 – and is producing several anniversary machines from...

Agency Investing in Wildfire Risk Reduction and Forest Quality

Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Xochitl Torres Small spoke during a meeting of the Western Governors Association and covered a number of topics. Small says...

Former Oregon Rep Calls for Expanded Support for SAF

Former Oregon Representative Greg Walden is calling on Congress to increase federal support for sustainable aviation fuel production. The former House Energy and Commerce...

Clean Fuels Applauds Senate Letter Urging Higher RFS Volumes

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, a bipartisan group of 18 Senators, led by Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA), sent a letter to...

Corn and Soybeans Show Planting Almost Over and Good Condition Ratings

(FARGO, ND) — Corn and soybean planting in the U.S. is inching closer to 100% completion with both crops showing good condition ratings early...

Wyoming Joins List of States With HPAI Infection in Dairy Cattle

The Wyoming Livestock Board and the Wyoming Department of Agriculture received confirmation last week that Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza has been found in a...

Brazil Tax Changes May Make U.S. Soybeans More Attractive

Reports are showing a surprising tax change in Brazil has the potential to make soy grown in the world’s largest soybean exporter less competitive...

Report: U.S. Industrial Bioeconomy Supports Nearly 644,000 Jobs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Biomanufacturing advocates today released a new report that provides a closer look at the employment, wages, and economic activity driven by the U.S. industrial...