Midwestern bankers are tightening the purse strings on farm credit lines amid some of the toughest financial times for farmers in decades.
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CALDWELL — Canyon County commissioners Monday unanimously approved a property tax exemption for a Caldwell food packaging company.
The good news was delivered by Gov. Ron DeSantis, who noted harvests have stabilized and that the state has approved more than $77 million in assistance to help citrus farmers recover from $760 million in losses suffered in 2017’s Hurricane Irma.
There's not much that Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, and Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, a Republican, agree on.
RICHLAND — Nearly three months after historic flooding washed away 30 acres of his cornfield and left behind 3 feet of sand, a federal disaster assessment team arrived at Drew Wolfe’s farm along the Platte River this week.
SPRINGFIELD — Trent Lawrence had a rude awakening earlier this week. Overnight, mice had gotten into the greenhouse on his farm and eaten several dozen trays of seedlings he was planning to transplant into a field.
About 80 water users, including some local farms, water and sewer district and government bodies, will be affected by a water curtailment that will start on June 21.
Indiana will not be the new home of the federal government's Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
The Illinois Department of Agriculture has walked back some restrictions on a controversial, yet highly-effective commercial weed spray as farmers struggle to get crops planted amid a wet spring.