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Ranchers Working Overtime to Fight Arctic Temperatures

As snow, ice and frigid temperatures hit the middle of the country, the biggest concern right now is the long tail this cold weather could have on livestock, AgDay’s Clinton Griffiths reports.

Meet the Iowa Farm Family Named 2021 Top Producer of the Year

Together with his wife Laurie and sons Scott and Eric, Steve Henry and team have built a sustainable business that now stretches across 10,000 acres in Iowa. 

Indiana Farmer Matthew Raver and his wife, Britney, both survived COVID-19
Farmer Survives COVID-19, Hopes His Farm Will Too

Indiana farmer survives 12 days of fever, pneumonia, and dehydration due to COVID-19 and he warns others that the fragile and frail aren't the only people at risk.

Japan Agreement Similar to TPP

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says he believes most ag groups will be happy with details of new trade agreement with Japan as it marches closely to TPP roadmap.

Beef Prices Finding a Reason to Hang Tough

Cattle markets finding strong fundamental reasons to remain positive despite the threat of disruption from trade negotiations.

Beef Prices Finding a Reason to Hang Tough

Cattle markets finding strong fundamental reasons to remain positive despite the threat of disruption from trade negotiations.

Nebraska Flooding Unlikely to Stop Cattle Herd Growth

Livestock producers are still adding up the totals when it comes to losses they suffered in last month's flooding but one analyst expects the losses won't likely curb cattle herd expansion.

Stories of Hope Flood Out of Nebraska

As Nebraska continues to battle what appears to be the worst natural disaster in state history, stories are slowly starting to pour out of the region from farmers and ranchers impacted by the flood.