Climate change has arrived in American agriculture, and it could cause profits to drop 30% over the next 30 to 50 years.
Growers are racing to plant corn, soybeans and wheat before it's too late.
Some crops from U.S. farmers losing money from a trade spat with China will be redirected to food banks across the country.
Regulators in China are slowing the pace of approving genetically modified crop varieties grown by U.S. producers. Those are crops engineered to resist things like bugs and weedkillers. China is the largest export market for genetically modified soybeans from the U.S, and folks with ties to U.S. agriculture are worried the slower pace of approvals […]
Corn production could hit a record high this year and that's an issue.