U.S. Sugarbeet Industry Not Directly Affected by Trade Disputes

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However, “all of our growers are also corn and soybean growers, so it’s certainly impacting other parts of their business.”

Farm Bureau Details Trade, Tariff Impacts on Ag

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For the growth and renewed prosperity of agriculture, current trading relationships must be preserved and new opportunities for agricultural trade must be secured, AFBF said in a recent statement to the U.S. Senate agriculture committee.

Sugarbeets Treat Montana Growers Well

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The sugarbeet industry continues to be an important driver for local economies in Montana and northern Wyoming. Early harvest is underway for both Western Sugar Cooperative and Sidney Sugars growers.

The Profit Problem of American Agriculture

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What we have learned with the perspective of time

Farm Bureau Rolls Out Ag Career Resources

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Three new books, two new videos, one important topic: careers in ag

Women in Agribusiness Summit

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Sept. 24-26 in Denver

AGCO Launches AGCO Agriculture Foundation

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The new philanthropic focus demonstrates AGCO’s commitment to specific Sustainable Development Goals developed by the United Nations that seek to end hunger and provide basic necessities to a growing world population.

Vive Named Recognized as Top 10 Promising Canadian Tech Firms

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Vive Crop Protection has been selected by The Lazaridis Institute to participate in The Lazaridis Scale-Up Program.

Making Fertigation Work for Your Farm

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This technology provides the opportunity to apply precise rates of water and fertilizers to the crop, and therefore, if designed correctly, can be an important precision agriculture tool.

Southern Minn. Fields Sodden

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The 2018 pre-pile sugar beet harvest was supposed to start Sept. 4 for Troy Groothuis and other growers at Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative, based in Renville, Minn. But it didn't.

Soil Holds the Secret to Mitigating Climate Change

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Food production doesn’t have to be a victim of climate change. New research from Michigan State University suggests that crop yields and the global food supply chain can be preserved by harnessing the soil.

GROWMARK Announces 2019 Essay Contest Theme

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The contest is open to all high school FFA members in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

Bridging the Gap Between Engineering and Farming

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An interdisciplinary team at Iowa State University is trying to bridge the gap between agronomy and engineering to increase efficiency and reduce uncertainty for a range of key agricultural issues.

National Ag Day 2019 Announced

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The Agriculture Council of America will host National Agriculture Day on March 19. This will mark the 46th anniversary of National Ag Day, and the 2019 theme is "Agriculture: Food for Life."