07:59AM May 07, 2019

Canola Time for Farms in the South?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
Is canola in the Mid-South a potential wheat rival, double-crop candidate and follow-up yield booster?
19:46PM May 03, 2019

Biden Says China 'Not Competition for Us'

Marjorie Kulba
AgWeb Contributor
AgDay is continuing to bring you the latest from the Presidential campaign trail and what the candidates have to say as it relates to the ag community.
19:41PM May 03, 2019

How to Get High Yields Out of Wet Fields

Marjorie Kulba
AgWeb Contributor
A new University of Illinois study shows excessively wet years can reduce the U.S. corn yield by 34%.
18:12PM May 03, 2019

Weather Worries Could Help Corn Break $4 Price

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
The weather scare is providing market volatility and with it, opportunity.
17:28PM May 02, 2019

With More Acres and Growing Supplies, $6 Soybeans Possible

Rains continue to sweep across the country, and the weather will push planting progress back even further, even forcing some farmers to think about planting more soybeans, a move that
16:34PM May 02, 2019

AgriTalk: Scoops of Thanks, Dairy Trade Relations

Ashley Davenport
AgWeb Contributor
Today on AgriTalk, we’re talking with Greg Henderson of Drovers, Emily Skor of Growth Energy, Sec. Tom Vilsack of the U.S. Dairy Export Council, and Jessie Kreke of Culver’s.
14:39PM May 02, 2019

Firefighters, Police Help Care for Cattle Across the Country

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor
Police officers and firefighters in various parts of the country have been lending a hand caring for cattle and here are some social media posts that show them in action.