Anthony Greder

DTN Managing Editor

Anthony Greder has been managing editor of DTN since February 2017. He joined DTN in 2007 as wire editor and was promoted to news editor in 2009.

Prior to joining DTN, he worked as an agriculture/county government reporter and associate editor at the York News-Times in York, Nebraska, a news researcher for a media monitoring company, communications specialist at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha and communications coordinator at Dana College in Blair, Nebraska.

He was born and raised on a corn and cattle farm near the small town of Johnstown, Nebraska, in the Sandhills region of the state.

He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism with a commercial art minor from Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska.

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  • (DTN photo illustration by Nick Scalise)

    USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report

    Corn was 8% harvested and soybeans were 6% as of Sunday, Sept. 20. U.S. corn was rated 61% in good-to-excellent condition, and soybeans were rated 63% good to excellent.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Widespread Midwest showers this weekend followed by several days of dryness for much of next week and weekend rain prospects in Australia are the key weather items for the commodity trade's attention Friday.

  • (DTN photo illustration by Nick Scalise)

    USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report

    Corn was rated 69% in good-to-excellent condition, and soybeans were rated 69% in good-to-excellent condition as of Sunday, July 19. Winter wheat harvest was 74% complete.

  • (DTN photo illustration by Nick Scalise)

    USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report

    Corn was rated 69% in good-to-excellent condition, and soybeans were rated 68% in good-to-excellent condition as of Sunday, July 12, a drop from the previous week. Winter wheat harvest was 68% complete.

  • (DTN photo illustration by Nick Scalise)

    USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report

    Corn was rated 71% in good-to-excellent condition, and soybeans were also rated 71% in good-to-excellent condition as of Sunday, July 5. Winter wheat harvest was 56% complete.