Variety Development – Hokies Edition

Home to the First Thanksgiving During Thanksgiving week, it seems appropriate to highlight the agricultural profile and contributions of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Although the holiday’s origination is commonly associated with Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621

Variety Development – Blue Hen Edition

The First State…of Lima Beans The First State marks the 23rd stop on our agricultural tour of the United States. Delaware ratified the Articles of Confederation on December 7, 1787, making it the very first

Variety Development – Spartan Edition

Specialty Crop Powerhouse of the North For those who might be new to our company blog, we are in the middle of a tour of U.S. agriculture. On our journey we have been examining not

Variety Development – Jackrabbit Edition

Soybeans, Sunflowers, and So Much More in South Dakota When most people hear the name South Dakota, they probably think of Mount Rushmore and maybe the Black Hills. Still others might think of bison, the

Variety Development – Nittany Lion Edition

Pennsylvania: Mushroom (and Ice Cream?) Capital of the World Our next stop on our ongoing tour of America’s land-grant university (LGU) system is upon us, and today we turn our attention to the Commonwealth of

Variety Development – Terrapin Edition

Crab Cakes and Football…but That’s Not All “Crab cakes and football! That’s what Maryland does!” But that’s not all it does, as we’re going to learn in today’s post on the Old Line State as

Global Wheat Exports

Who Will Pick Up the Slack? We recently wrote about the market disruption of the global sunflower industry tied to the ongoing geopolitical unrest related to the Russian incursion into Ukraine. During our research, we

The Sunflower Supply

An Eye-Catching Crop Stuck in Conflict There has been lots of chatter recently about the potential for a serious disruption of global agricultural production in the wake of geopolitical events taking place in Ukraine. This

Variety Development – Bayou Bengals Edition

New Orleans Hosting the 2022 Commodity Classic Medius Ag will be heading out on the road again this week, this time to New Orleans, Louisiana for the annual Commodity Classic scheduled for March 10-12. The

Variety Development – Volunteer Edition

From the Mountains to the Mighty Mississippi Later this week, the 70th Annual Mid-South Farm & Gin Show will take center stage in Memphis, Tennessee. The show is organized and cosponsored by the Southern Cotton