Soybeans and corn closed lower, while wheat found support after Thursday’s sell-off. USDA Grain and Livestock Reporter Greg Sanders gives an update on the region’s cattle market.
Now that the port deal is about to be signed, what about all those backlogs?
Washington State Executive Director for the USDA Farm Service Agency explains why the USDA is proposing changes to the “Actively Engaged” rule, and producers now have an additional week to choose between ARC and PLC.
Officials are still working to deal with the on-going avian influenza outbreak...official in Astoria are trying to protect small salmon from birds.
it’s our first big set of sheep to shear.
Of course on Friday after my Farm and Ranch reported the deadline of Tuesday for farmers to make elections of either ARC or PLC coverage — the USDA announced that they have extended the deadline by a week to April 7th. I wanted to be sure farmers were aware of deadline extension.
Last week the U.S. House Ag Committee’s Livestock and Foreign Ag Subcommittee held a public hearing to examine the implications of potential retaliatory measures against the United States in response to its country-of-orgin labeling or COOL requirements for beef and pork.
Well, the deadline of making election of either ARC or PLC coverage for farmers is now looming quickly on Tuesday. Have you made your elections?
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