Iowa corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes is "at least two and a half weeks" behind due to wet weather.
They see using land in the Conservation Reserve Program as a way to help ease crop crunches created by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The plan includes training for federal lenders about working with farmers and ranchers who work inside the borders of tribal nations.
Seed and fertilizer are just a few of the products whose costs have risen because of ongoing supply chain problems.
Iowa corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes paid double for nitrogen this year. Consumers shouldn’t blame growers for inflation, she said.
John Deere has unveiled a new autonomous tractor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Farmers may be slow to adopt the technology.
Indigenous agricultural producers say they've had it with the federal government's loan programs.
Higher wages for Deere workers will show up slightly in equipment prices —but that's only one of many costs farmers face.
A big reason fertilizer is through the roof? Still-climbing natural gas prices.
Dewayne Goldmon of the Agriculture Department sees the aid as narrowing the economic gap between farmers of color and white farmers.