Some farmers say their business models depend on the crop insurance and getting rid of the program would drive up food prices.
Farmers haven’t been keen on adopting new agriculture technology despite its potential to revolutionize the industry.
Rising interest rates and high crop prices costs are making it more expensive to store grain — a critical step for many farmers.
Prices received by U.S. farmers are down 2.2% since last year. But you may not feel it at the grocery store.
Solid earnings posted by the farm equipment maker show many farmers had cash to spend, but that's no guarantee for the year ahead.
"Prices have stayed strong," reports Keith Alverson, a South Dakota farmer whose financial management includes trading grain electronically.
The USDA sends its survey out every five years to create a snapshot of American agriculture, divvy up funds and make policy decisions.
The seven states have until late January to agree on massive water conservation measures or the feds say they’ll impose cuts.
Some restaurants have joined an effort to support regenerative farming with a 1% charge on sales.
In South Texas, two reservoirs supply water to both sides of the border. For the past few years, they’ve struggled to remain half-full.