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Looking Past China, What Are the Next Big Ag Trade Moves for Biden Administration?

Trade seems to be taking a back seat in Washington. From COVID-19 recovery to a focus on climate, other issues are taking priority in the new White House. That's not stopping ag groups from pushing for key trade deals.

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COVID-19 Raises Governments' Food Security Concerns, Demand for U.S. Crops

COVID-19 outbreaks are increasing governments' food-security concerns, and importers need U.S. corn and soybeans for the first time in a long time to meet demand.

Free Curriculum Brings Ag to Schoolchildren

Farm Journal Foundation releases e-learning resources to support U.S. educators and families.

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China Books Record Weekly U.S. Beef Purchases, Also Buys U.S. Corn

China made its largest weekly U.S. beef purchases on record last week, followed by its biggest U.S. corn deals in almost a month this week, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data released on Thursday.

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.

Frozen Dinosaur: Farmer Finds Huge Alligator Snapping Turtle Under Ice

On a harsh winter day in 2018, Robbie Polk chanced upon a dinosaur suspended in ice.

American Treasure: Pole Vaulting Farmer, 77, is a Living Legend

Cook Holliday, 77, is a legendary pole vaulting farmer and an American treasure hiding in plain sight.

Derrell Peel: Hay Stocks Up From Last Year But Still Below Average

Weather challenges in 2019 led to many questions about the quantity and quality of hay production and supply heading into 2020.