Canada is buying more U.S. corn right now than it has in two decades.
The White House believes meatpackers are taking advantage of consumers and farmers.
The biggest buying streak in more than a year for soybeans happened over the holidays.
The U.S. truffle market is expected to increase by $235.23 million from 2020 to 2025 — but truffle farming is rife with uncertainty.
Escalating farmland values pushed up bids at auction to $4.5 million, shocking leaders at Calvary Lutheran Church in Willmar.
The Inver Grove Heights-based agribusiness giant posted strong first quarter results in the new fiscal year.
Concern grows as Dakota County studies whether to build an interchange at Hwy. 52 and County Road 66.
For many farmers, the workflow may slow in winter, but the demands of running a small business seldom ease.
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The news that General Mills is cutting jobs after its stellar response to the pandemic, and the results that followed, shows that going back to where things were was never going to be easy.
Most couldn't take advantage of the federal government's Paycheck Protection Plan loans. Some retailers are lending a hand.
"Fair repair" legislation is under consideration in Minnesota to force manufacturers to share their repair manuals and parts with independent repair shops.
The latest round of grants from the state Department of Agriculture will help ranchers build pens and fences, and buy guard donkeys
Engineering students worked with nonprofit Seeds Feeds on project to grow produce year-round.
While corn farmers got too much, soybean, sorghum and cotton farmers didn't get enough, the government's internal watchdog said.
The Uhlir family has owned their farmland for generations but wonder how long they can hold onto it as the pressures on small- to midsize farms mount.
The Minnesota food maker saw sales soar last quarter, but higher costs dampen profit gains.