Late last week, many farmers ventured out to their rain-soaked fields to check the condition of their crops. Many found ruined soybean plants and sprouting corn. Others couldn't tell, because their crops were covered in snow.
As harvest plows forward and farmers stuff their bins with soybeans, some are starting to turn their thoughts to what to plant next year. If you're considering increasing corn acres, you may want to start thinking about marketing opportunities now.
Hurricane Michael landed in Florida Panhandle and Alabama on Wednesday as it seemed to continue building steam and is expected to move northward into the Carolinas, which are just starting recovery from Hurricane Florence last month. This comes around to attention given this...
Planting season is just kicking off in Brazil and, while farmers there reaped the rewards of trade disputes between the U.S. and China, Brazilian farmers are having a hard time selling ahead the 2018-19 soybean crop just going into the ground.
The wait is on for an EPA decision on the fate of dicamba herbicides designed for use with popular Xtend soybean seeds. It's one of the most controversial, emotion-riddled issues in recent farming history. The lines for and against are forming.
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