Michigan Farmers Brace for Rough Harvest

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The state's sugarbeet crop is expected to be down 7 percent from last year, with the smallest corn crop in 15 years.

Sidney Sugars Harvest Still Looks Strong

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Despite weather setbacks, Sidney Sugars' sugarbeet harvest is forging ahead and boasting solid numbers this year, with 90,000 tons on the ground as of Oct. 9.

Seasonal Workers Feel 'Stuck' Waiting on Harvest

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It's been a month since they arrived, and many workers who have temporarily moved into the Red River Valley for American Crystal's beet harvest haven't even worked a full week.

RRV Growers: Beets Will Be Harvested

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Despite record September rain and an epic October snowstorm, sugarbeets in North Dakota and Minnesota will be harvested this fall, farmers say.

Freeze Deals Unknown Damage to Wyoming Beets

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It’s too early to know the extent of the damage that three days and nights of freezing temperatures dealt to northern Wyoming’s sugarbeet crop a week ago.

Idaho's 2018 Ag Value Released by USDA

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Value of Idaho’s 2018 agricultural production totaled $7.69 billion, up 3 percent from the previous year’s value.

New Product: Massey Ferguson 5700 Global Series Tractors

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These durable workhorses, equipped with Dyna-4 transmission, provide operators with greater efficiency.

Don't Cut Corners with Cheap Herbicides

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It’s all about the bottom line, and in times like these it can be tempting to rationalize that by spending less on herbicides. But, as the saying goes, “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face.”

New Product: Valley Insights

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Valley Insights, powered by Prospera, uses AI to detect crop health and irrigation concerns early.

Varner Joins Vive Crop Protection

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Vive Crop Protection announces that Mark Varner has joined the Vive team as key account manager.

Montana Growers Get Help from Governor

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Montana governor Steve Bullock signed an executive order on Wednesday allowing increased weight limitations on transportation vehicles. The idea is to allow more beets per truck which will get the harvest to processing facilities much faster.

MonDak Beet Crop on Schedule; Other Crops Struggle

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A large portion of durum wheat is still in the field even as a likely season-ending storm for many agricultural commodities approaches the MonDak region.

'Have-To' Harvest Under Way for Southern Minnesota

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It's the latest start ever as Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative growers begin full-scale harvest operations. U.S. Sen. Tina Smith heard the challenges facing growers as the cooperative's president and CEO Steven Domm drove her to a field south of

Minnesota Crop Progress & Condition Update

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Cold and wet conditions in most of Minnesota curbed the number of days suitable for fieldwork to 1.5 during the week ending Oct. 6, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Research Team to Explore Consequences of Sustainability Policies

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A rapidly growing global population in the midst of a changing climate had led to serious sustainability issues and choices surrounding water, food and energy.