Demand for U.S. corn continues to be strong, and it’s showing in Chicago, where the May spot-month contract recently pushed well over seven dollars a bushel. The July contract is around seven dollars as well. […]
Today, we catch up with Dekalb Asgrow Technical Agronomist Eric Nelson on his farm to get the latest on spring planting in the Dakotas and some tips for growers right now.
Soybeans continue to lead grains higher after overnight strength, although we are off session highs through mid-morning. The drought remains unabated in Brazil as the safrinha corn crop moves through pollination. It will remain quite […]
(Dow Jones) — The exchange operator CME Group Inc. said it would permanently close most of its open-outcry trading pits in Chicago, ending one of the world’s last vestiges of old-fashioned floor trading. CME said […]
Dairy Management Inc. has entered a partnership that will provide access to a network of inventors and entrepreneurs. The network is tasked with providing marketplace solutions for industry challenges focused on health and sustainability. DMI […]
The April Ag Economy Barometer was 178, virtually unchanged from a month earlier. Last month, the index stood at 177, and just five points below its all-time high of 183 set back in October. Compared […]
The Environmental Protection Agency this week filed a motion in the D.C. Circuit Court to vacate three last-minute small refinery exemptions issued on January 19, 2021. In the last hours of the Trump Administration, the […]
Award winning Farm Broadcaster Mike Adams talks with Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, about stepped up basis and the 30X30 plan. Please accept YouTube cookies to play this video. By accepting you will be accessing […]