Farmers in nine states who lost grain bins or handling equipment due to storms could be eligible for assistance from USDA’s Farm Service Agency. The USDA’s new Emergency Grain Storage Facility Assistance Program has $20 million for counties with eligible disaster events from December 2021... Read More.
South Dakota farmers, researchers and organizations have until March 24 to apply for USDA Specialty Crop Block Grants. The grants can be used for projects focused on expanding crop production and research, and market access. USDA says projects could receive funding up to... Read More.
Funding is now available for Indiana farmers in the Western Lake Erie Basin to help implement conservation practices on their land. The funds, made possible through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program, will assist farmers in implementing practices that keep nutrients on fields and... Read More.
Understanding how to utilize the futures market can be a lot for producers to wrap their heads around. Makenzie Billings, manager, agricultural and alternative investment products, says the CME Group has developed tools to participants better navigate the volatility in the markets. “And give... Read More.
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture is making nearly $10 million available to small and medium-sized meat processors through a new grant program. Director Steve Wellman tells Brownfield the funds will support projects that help improve or expand processing capacity. “These grants are very targeted... Read More.