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LATEST NEWS FROM Harvest

mycotoxing on corn
06:00AM Dec 23, 2019

Mycotoxin Survey Reveals High Levels Of Molds

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

In its annual survey, the Biomin PROcheck Mycotoxin Report found contamination levels in 2019 harvested corn to be of medium to high risk for all livestock and poultry species.

13:56PM Dec 17, 2019

USDA Breaks Down What December Survey Could Do To Stocks, Production

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Typically, farmers are long done with harvest when the calendar flips to a new year. Since that won’t be the case, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has to account

David Hula
06:33AM Dec 17, 2019

Hula Smashes World Corn Record, Thinks 800 BPA Yields Possible

David Hula is the king of corn. He continues to smash world corn records, making a repeat performance in 2019. The Charles City, Virginia farmer raked in a record yield

11:50AM Dec 11, 2019

Risk of Leaving Corn or Soybeans Standing Over Winter

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

At this point, is it worth the risk of tearing up fields to gather the grain only to spend money to dry the crops? Should you instead take the gamble

12:03PM Dec 10, 2019

How Will USDA Account for Bushels Still In The Field?

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

The most recent Crop Progress report shows North Dakota’s harvest progress is improving but not by much. The report says 43% of corn has been harvested. That’s compared to 36%

13:51PM Dec 06, 2019

Tips to Carry Your Grain Forward

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Extend your grain’s shelf life with smart management

12:52PM Dec 06, 2019

All That Unharvested Corn is Counted as On Farm Storage

The 2019 harvest story is far from over. Normally, harvest would be close to wrapping up, instead, snow covered corn fields are a common sight in some states. So, just