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Mar 30, 2016

Head to Head: Ethanol Assessment

Corn used for ethanol production has been one of the bright spots of the U.S. corn balance sheet, though ethanol stocks remain at or near record highs. What do you see as the key to drawing down ethanol stocks, and do you see this as being a real problem for

Mar 05, 2016

Guest Commentary: Why Cotton Can't Qualify for ARC or PLC

During my seven years as Secretary of Agriculture, USDA has been a strong, staunch supporter of U.S. farmers and ranchers—through thick and thin, good times and bad.

Jan 23, 2016

Strike a Balance: Work Boots, Business Suits

What if, to make a living, you had to bid your farm work like an earthmoving company?

Jan 02, 2016

A First for Nissan

The Titan XD ups the ante to take a slice out of the heavier truck market

Jan 02, 2016

It's Not About Your Equity

Like most farmers, the bulk of your net worth is likely in the equity of your ground. But you might have discovered a “land rich” net worth, even a sizeable one, doesn’t assure banks will approve a loan renewal.

Dec 05, 2015

Investors are Looking at You

In the next few years, U.S. agriculture will see an influx of private capital like never before.

Nov 04, 2015

Glanbia announce $140m expansion of Southwest Cheese in Clovis New Mexico

The expansion, which is expected to be completed in two years, will increase milk processing capacity by almost 30% and create an additional 50 jobs.

Oct 23, 2015

How to Finance Growth With Debt

The upside to low commodity prices, the aging farmer and inadequate financing for agriculture is opportunities for strong, prudent and progressive producers to grow and strengthen their enterprise.

Sep 28, 2015

MILC Would Not Have Triggered In 2015

Even though milk prices plummeted, the closest MILC came to triggering a payment was in April of 2015.