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Do Soybeans Offer More Profit?

Unless you have a compelling agronomic reason for planting more soybeans, it’s critical that you run the numbers, even up to the last minute. MORE>

It’s Not the 1980s

Producers are beginning a transition—one of rising supplies, tighter margins and growing competition. MORE>

9 Tips to Compete

Pretty much every long-term model points to lower crop prices for the next few years, and that means tightening down the farm business management hatch.  MORE>

Why 2014 Gets Better for Pork

There are some good reasons why 2014 looks like the best year for pork since 1990.  MORE>


A growing number of producers change course with the future in mind MORE>


Agriculture Business News

  • Up to 10% Chance Corn Yields Will Slow, Research Says
    Meanwhile, there is a 5 percent probability wheat yields will slow because of human-caused climate change, according to a study published in Environmental Research Letters.
  • Oilseed Profits Might Best Corn in Next 10 Years
    Soybeans and corn are seeing a price correction in 2014/15, but a new 10-year global forecast says oilseed profitability will be superior to coarse grains moving forward.
  • AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 7-25-14
    Kevin Van Trump of Farm Direction says in summary it appears with extra acres this year and apparently better yields than normal prices are likely to pull even lower.
  • What Cotton Farmers Learned in Montana
    They grow different crops and face different pests, but cotton farmers still found common ground with Montana grain growers on a recent trip to Big Sky Country.

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