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  • The Never-Ending Need: 10 Facts about Global Food Security
    09/20/2014
    Adapting agriculture to the challenges of the next 30 years will be key. Here’s why.
  • Dairy Week in Review: Prices Rally
    09/19/2014
    Stewart-Peterson’s Bob Devenport reports on the dairy market’s solid performance.
  • USDA: U.S. Milk Output Up 2.5% in August
    09/19/2014
    The increase over year-earlier levels is lower than many expected.
  • Semen Sexing Lawsuits
    09/19/2014
    ABS Global, Sexing Technologies sue each other.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap
    09/19/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy, says the milk production report didn't show as much increase as anticipated. The markets were very volatile this week. Futures contracts rose each day. Cheese and butter set record highs. It now appears we will see higher prices next week.
  • 2015 – Another 2014 or Another 2009?
    09/19/2014
    Both heavy milk production and strong export demand are steering the dairy market, leaving the direction of milk prices uncertain.
  • Corn Silage Harvest Moisture and Management
    09/19/2014
    Producers have started harvesting corn for silage, and here are some tips that could help to get the best out of this crop.
  • Nestlé Mexico Announces 6-Year Investment to Increase Milk Output
    09/19/2014
    The $53 million investment by one of the world’s largest dairy companies is part of its ongoing efforts to build close links with dairy farmers around the world.
  • European Milk Board Calls for 2% Milk Production Cuts
    09/19/2014
    If that doesn't work, the quotas now still in force should be reduced for all producers, says EMB.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 9-12-14
    09/12/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says at mid-week futures prices took a 'nose dive' in both 2014 and 2015 prices. The USDA left 2015 production unchanged. Exports were down from last year. As our strong prices remain export demand is slowing. The markets are well supported but prices are high.
  • Innovation for Food and Farming
    09/10/2014
    Jim Blome, CEO and President of the North American Division of Bayer Crop Science talks with Farm Journal's Pam Fretwell about innovation, and the importance of educating the consumer public about modern agriculture and technology.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 9-5-14
    09/05/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says butter made a new record high this week. The Global Dariy Trade Auction show prices lower by 6%. The Dairy Products report showed strong production. Federal prices for August showed a record price for Class II and for Class IV milk. Demand is good and so are prices.
  • Iowa Crop Update-Variable and Some Disease
    09/04/2014
    JIm McDermott an agronomist with Asgrow and Dekalb set down with Pam Fretwell talking about the crops in Iowa and what he sees as the status of this years corn crop.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 8-29-14
    08/29/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says the cheese market is moving higher. Butter dropped a little. Dairy profitability is increasing. The "Dairy Risk Management Program" sign-up starts September 2. Prices may feel pressure next week.

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USDA: U.S. Milk Output Up 2.5% in August

The increase over year-earlier levels is less than many expected.

 

 
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