The Farmer's Exchange Online Home
Friday, June 14, 2024
Michiana's Popular Farm Paper Since 1926
Click here to subscribe today

What's Making News

Bird Flu May Stick Around for a While

Avian flu is stubbornly hanging around, and it doesn't appear to be going away any time soon.

That's according to Dr. Bret Marsh ... Read entire story

Boozman Unveils GOP Framework

U.S. Sen. John Boozman (R-Ark.), ranking member of the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, on Tuesday released the following statement after ... Read entire story

Read more news

This Week's Farm Operations

Fruit Development Ahead of Pace

Despite widespread rain a few days last week, farmers were able to make good planting progress ... Read entire story

Corn Planting Is Almost Finished

Farmers took advantage of the drier weather last week to plant and side-dress corn. Topsoil moisture levels decreased from the previous week ... Read entire story

Read more farm operations

This Week's Market News

Crop Insurance Coverage Tops 500 Million Acres

FERN's Ag Insider reported Monday that "farmers and ranchers bought crop insurance policies on more than 500 million acres of ... Read entire story

Read more market news

Weekly Columns

Denim Was a Summer Necessity

The clothes we wore, like the crops we worked, marked the seasons on the dairy farm of my youth. Coveralls, for example, suggested winter while ... Read entire story

No 4-H Success Without Sacrifice

Getting a 4-H animal ready for the fair is no easy job. By now, most 4-H'ers have probably had more than a few unpleasant moments with ... Read entire story

Read more weekly columns