Apr 24, 2014
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2014 Farm Bill: Decision Time

Five crop years are riding on a one-time selection. MORE>
 

Corn’s Global Game

Supply shocks more likely to bring price spikes than demand increases. MORE>
 

A Deeper Understanding

New laboratory testing procedures lay the groundwork for improving soil health MORE>
 

High-Yield Wheat: Help Yield Potential Become Reality

Growing conditions and available moisture obviously affect yield, but it all starts with varieties that have the genetic potential to succeed in your area.  MORE>
 

Flex Your Knowledge

Eliminate all of the variables to drill down and truly learn what practices add up to more yield MORE>
 
 





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  • AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 4-24-14
    04/24/2014
    Brock Schimbeno of Grain Hedge says wheat is still dry and has some recent frost damage. Both wheat and corn exports were as expected, but soybeans were split between old and new crop. May options expire tomorrow.
  • Saving the Lesser Prairie Chicken: What Landowners Should Know
    04/24/2014
    The recent U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announcement, listing the lesser prairie chicken as a threatened species, brings to mind how agricultural producers, livestock ranchers and those with land enrolled in CRP could be affected.
  • AgWeb Radio: 60-Year Soybean Cycle Ending
    04/24/2014
    Mike Florez of Florez Trading says a 60-year soybean cycle is ending and traders should take advantage.

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