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08:19AM Jul 19, 2019

Disaster Co. Farmers Work To “Get Cover Crops Planted” For MFP Aid

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
There’s still some standing water in Nebraska, Missouri and Iowa. Those are areas hit hard by multiple rounds of flooding. Farmers say it’s still a struggle with fields not underwater
06:55AM Jul 19, 2019

Ferrie: Beware Of Pests And Heat On Pollinating Corn

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
Japanese beetle is the pest of the week.
Harvest 2017
12:40PM Jul 18, 2019

Despite Positive Price Momentum, Returns Will Fall Below 2018

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Farmers should expect the trend of lower to negative farm returns to continue in 2019, despite recent positive market momentum.
09:45AM Jul 18, 2019

Are You Prepared to Dry 20%+ Moisture Grain?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
In a year like no other, farmers are starting to look toward harvest and wonder if they’re prepared. Aside from obvious challenges, storage and grain conditioning is—or at least should
08:12AM Jul 18, 2019

Renewed Volatility Brings Opportunity for Grain Farmers

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Futures markets remain mixed for the major grains at midweek as traders work to sort out weather, acreage and crop potential in 2019.
16:07PM Jul 17, 2019

Cargill Closing Feed Mills in China Due to ASF

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Cargill announcing it is closing animal-feed mills in China in recent months and that's partly due to the spread of ASF which has reduced demand.
13:44PM Jul 17, 2019

Crop Conditions Haven’t Been This Bad Since 2012

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
According to John Newton, chief economist at American Farm Bureau Federation, these are the worst crop conditions since 2012.