The Farmer's Exchange Online Home
Friday, May 26, 2023
Michiana's Popular Farm Paper Since 1926
Click here to start your trial subscription!

What's Making News

Tractor Collectors Raise $$ for Fallen Heroes

Over 50 area tractor collectors braved chilly temperatures last Saturday as they paraded through southwestern Elkhart County for charity.

The "Red Loves Blue" ... Read entire story

Milk Hauler Finds a Balance with Job, Family

A passion for trucks and agriculture drove Adam Bailer, 44, of Hudson into the milk hauling business ... Read entire story

Read more news

This Week's Farm Operations

Hay Harvest Begins in Michigan

Last week's warm temperatures allowed producers to make steady planting progress. There were six days suitable for fieldwork ... Read entire story

Planting Continues Ahead of Pace

Planting progress surged forward amid cooler, slightly drier conditions. Soil moisture levels decreased from the previous week, with ... Read entire story

Read more farm operations

This Week's Market News

CME Cheese Prices Hit Bottom, Then Rebound to End Losing Streak

CME cheese prices continued to fall the third week of May as traders anticipated the April Milk Production report last Friday afternoon. Cheddar block ... Read entire story

New IMPACT2 Project to Assist Corn Belt Ag

Purdue University is leading a $1.5 million partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Midwest Climate ... Read entire story

Read more market news

Weekly Columns

Wildlife Management Prevents War

Have you ever gone to war with an emu? I haven't. But, in 1932, Australia's farmers were forced to take up arms against the ... Read entire story

Colossal Crops, Measly Prices Could Be Ahead for U.S. Farmers

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's most recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report confirmed that a freight train of grain ... Read entire story

Read more weekly columns