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The Latest Ag News:

  • US Sugar Production Strong

    The University of Missouri Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute recently released its 2024 Outlook for U.S. Agriculture (.pdf). They project that American sugar production remains strong and expect production to grow despite challenges seen over the past couple of years. Those challenges include factory closures in Montana and Texas. “Despite the new and existing challenges, the forecast is bright ... Read More The post US Sugar Production Strong appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • Cotton Market Shows Movement

    There has been movement in the cotton market, Tyron Spearman reports. The post Cotton Market Shows Movement appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • April Milk and Meat Prices Outlook

    A look at milk products and classes as well as meat prices outlooks from USDA for April with World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski. The post April Milk and Meat Prices Outlook appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • New Online Tools for Agricultural Producers

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced a new Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) Decision Tool and farm loan resources available for agricultural producers looking to access USDA disaster assistance and farm loan programs. The LIP Decision Tool helps producers who suffered losses, while the optional decision tool gives the producers guidance on needed documentation. USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Zach Ducheneaux said, ... Read More The post New Online Tools for Agricultural Producers appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • Bringing More Healthful Foods to More People

    The ag department is bringing more healthy foods to more people. Gary Crawford has the story in today’s This Land of Ours report. The post Bringing More Healthful Foods to More People appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • Vilsack on Budget Priorities

    The Senate Ag Appropriations Committee held a hearing Tuesday to examine the President’s Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Request for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack detailed several priorities for agriculture in the President’s budget request. “Clearly, we need to continue to look at ways in which we can focus on things like PFAS, HPAI and some of ... Read More The post Vilsack on Budget Priorities appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

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