General Agricultural News
Sep 23, 2016
Heavy rains that fell in southern Minnesota, southern Wisconsin and northern Iowa Wednesday night into Thursday morning flooded fields and roads and delayed harvest progress for many farmers.
Your competition is non-farm employment, so structure your pay scale accordingly.
Sep 22, 2016
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's announcement on Wednesday that China would "soon" allow imports of U.S. beef into China left DTN Livestock Analyst John Harrington with several head-scratching questions that might stump Confucius himself.
New world records come from all parts of the globe, and Brazilian soybean farmers have a contest to push yields higher.
Sep 21, 2016
Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., is asking a group of Democratic senators to join Republican efforts to reform the Clean Water Act in response to concerns about the new waters of the United States rule hung up in federal court.
Retail fertilizer prices continued their steep decline the second week of September 2016.
Company executives defended the mergers against questions about market competition, market fairness, rising input costs and lower farm incomes.
Sep 20, 2016
Regardless of bearish talk this fall, corn prices are showing support.
In spite of a lack of rain this year, View From the Cab farmer Jim Hoover said his soybean crop has fared well with the first acres harvested last week at an average of 55.8 bushels per acre. In Illinois, View From the Cab farmer Chase Brown is harvesting a good corn crop, even though a bit late.