Domestically many fertilizer prices are rising ahead of fall application season. But rain and cold weather may shorten the window of opportunity for application.
Sustainable beef rancher John Powers shared his operation in Ireland with attendees of the Global Conference on Sustainable Beef. His list of concerns are familiar to all beef producers -- government regulation, price of land, and improving the operation for the next generation.
What DTN Is Watching
A report of U.S. retail sales kicks off the day at 7:30 a.m. CDT, followed by weekly grain inspections at 10:00 a.m., NOPA's monthly report of soybean crush, and USDA's weekly crop progress report at 3 p.m. Weather continues to be a concern with wet field conditions interrupting harvest.Weather
Monday features mostly dry and very cool conditions in the primary U.S. crop areas. Precipitation will be confined to moderate to heavy rain from central Texas through the Delta, and light rain in the southern and eastern Midwest. Harvest prospects are improving, but will be slow due to much-below normal temperatures.