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Farm Journal Report

  • Is Sorghum the New Cash Crop?

    3/10/2015 7:06:00 AM
    During the 2015 Commodity Classic, there was one particular association that outshined the others in terms of demand. And surprisingly, it's sorghum. Growers are riding a wave of increased consumption from Asia. It's pushing prices higher and bidding out other crops for acres. In this Farm Journal Report we explore why demand is so strong and how long it could last.
  • Trade Talk: Association CEOs are Hopeful for Deals 3/2/2015 11:42:00 AM
    Trade is the backbone of many commodity sectors. It's what drives prices and keeps the U.S. economy alive. The recent labor dispute in the Pacific Northwest Ports brought that to light. The National Association of Manufactures warned a complete shutdown would cost the U.S. economy $2 billion a day. Trade can carry prices, but can also trigger the bears. In this Farm Journal report, we see why trade is providing optimism in our current bearish market situation.
  • Spring Forecast: Another Late Start to Planting 2/23/2015 2:55:00 PM
    Spring 2014 may not be as extreme as last year, but two leading meteorologists think the Midwest will have another late start to Spring. The Northern Plains and West could remain dry, which will create problems throughout the summer.
  • Deadlines Looming: Navigating the Farm Bill 2/8/2015 6:51:00 PM
    Navigating the federal Crop Insurance programs is proving to be complicated for many. We have expert advice on which program they think will pay the most over the next five years.
  • California Farmers Cope with Fourth Year of Drought 2/2/2015 6:45:00 AM
    California farmers and ranchers are entering their fourth year of drought. A recent survey of the snowpack isn't give them much hope for irrigation relief. In this U.S. Farm Report Farm Journal Report, we explore how they are coping and how it could impact our nation's food supply.
  • The Good and Bad of Agricultural Drones 1/27/2015 1:09:00 PM
    Using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) has spurred quite the controversy. Many in ag support it, saying it could take precision agriculture to the next level, while some are a little more cautious, fearing what it could mean for the big data battle. In this Farm Journal Report, we explore both sides of the issue, but as you'll see, the legal aspect is still cloudy, and one the drone industry hopes is cleared up this year.

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