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Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Soybeans Higher, Grains Lower in Overnight Trading Soybeans were higher in overnight trading on weather concerns, while corn and wheat were lower after reaching multimonth highs. ... (full story)

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Byline: Successful Farming Staff Bayer has lost another glyphosate lawsuit. A California jury has awarded $2.055 billion to Alva and Alberta Pilliod of Livermore, California. The jury in California’s Alameda County... (full story)

One of the most crucial steps in agriculture is transporting products from gate to plate, pod to pump, and dock to dish. In this segment, Natalina Sents investigates the decline in rural infrastructure and what can be done to fix the issue. ... (full story)

Byline: Laurie Bedord There is no denying the power of Mother Nature. While she can be a friend and a foe, nearly three out of four Americans believe her volatility is growing increasingly severe. The extreme weather... (full story)

Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Wheat Futures Decline as Crop Conditions Improve Wheat futures were lower in overnight trading after the winter-wheat crop rating improved further in the seven days through Sunday. ... (full story)

Meet the growers behind Wrangler’s Rooted lineup of jeans and t-shirts. These farmers have adopted Wrangler’s sustainable farming practices. The clothing line is sourced from these farms, and cut and sewn in the U.S. Read more in this article. ... (full story)

USDA Byline: Chuck Abbott Over one third of rural counties are experiencing protracted and significant population loss, and the trend is pronounced in agricultural counties. “More than 80% of all... (full story)

Flood waters have forced the closure of thousands of miles of roadways across the Midwest this spring. Here are five tips for navigating roadways during flood season. For more detailed information read this article . News ... (full story)

Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Soybeans, Corn Little Changed as Talks Continue Soybeans and corn were again little changed overnight as the latest round of talks between the U.S. and China moves into a second day. ... (full story)