Minnesota Farmers Speak To Gov. Walz On Drought's ImpactDry fields were the topic of conversation for Minnesota farmers on Friday morning.
Dry June Impacting Minnesota Pastures, Cattle FarmersMinnesota is abnormally dry. A majority of the state is declared to be in a moderate or severe drought.
U Of M Finds Farmers In A Near-Record Crop YieldLate, last summer Minnesota farmers were facing uncertainties. But a number of factors helped change that and turned it into a near-record year for crop yields.
Federal Checks Salvage Otherwise Dreadful Year For US FarmersThanks to the government paying nearly 40% of their income, U.S. farmers are expected to end 2020 with higher profit than 2019 and the best net income in seven years, the Department of Agriculture said in its latest farm income forecast.
Some Minnesota Farms Allowed To Bypass Environmental Rules During PandemicThousands of oil and gas operations, government facilities and other sites won permission to stop monitoring for hazardous emissions or otherwise bypass rules intended to protect health and the environment because of the coronavirus outbreak, The Associated Press has found.
'They Are Full Of Passion And Energy': Sen. Tina Smith Pushing To Help Younger, Struggling FarmersSen. Tina Smith says she wants to help Minnesota farmers struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some Farmers See Reason For A Positive Outlook This Planting SeasonFarmers know they can’t control the weather or a pandemic, but they can put themselves in position to capitalize when things do turn around.
Coronavirus In Midwest: Meat Suppliers Warn Consumers Could Face Less Selection, Higher PricesIndustry leaders acknowledge that the U.S. food chain has rarely been so stressed and that no one is sure about the future, even as they try to dispel concerns about shortages.
Bad Weather, Trade Wars, Keep Lid On Minnesota Farm IncomeThe report found 28% of farms lost money, 45% lost working capital and 46% did not earn enough to cover scheduled debt payments.
For Minnesota Farmers, 2020 Election Will Be Referendum On Trump's Trade WarBack in 2016, much of rural Minnesota voted for President Trump.
‘Momma On A Mission’ Backs Governor Walz’s Call For Farm Safety MoneyFarming is one of the most dangerous professions in the U.S. At least 10 people have died in farming-related accidents in Minnesota since last June, mostly in grain bin accidents.