The great June heat wave appears to be behind us, but not without consequences. While much of the southeast struggled through excessive heat and lack of moisture, the Coastal Plain had the opposite problem.
Cotton has a couple of struggles this year, primarily price. Michael Quinn, President & CEO of Cotton Growers Cooperative based in Garner, NC: Cotton has a couple of struggles this year, primarily price. Michael
Weather has conspired against farmers once again, and wheat harvest is easily two, or more weeks behind. This leaves a conundrum for producers wishing to double-crop behind wheat, particularly soybeans. NC State Extension Soybean
North Carolina’s 7th district representative, David Rouzer hosted House Ag Committee Chair Mike Conaway on Monday in Raleigh in a round-table discussion with the state’s agriculture leaders and stakeholders to hear directly from them
The Environmental Protection Agency is forging ahead on implementing the Waters of the US Rule, which was finalized back in May. Colin Woodall, VP of Government Affairs, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association in Washington, DC