New soybean option provides differentiation and market premiums
It’s no secret that weeds are a farmer’s enemy—but which weeds pose the biggest threat? The Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) recently deployed a survey to nearly 200 weed scientist across North America to find out more about weeds in farmers’ fields.
Parts of region got double amount of normal rainfall recently.
An American farming story: When Mike Wagner spliced a vertical business approach with ultra-conservation, he created one of the most unique agriculture operations in the United States.
As long as the U.S. remains competitive in the global grain market, the world’s picture on U.S. grain demand won’t change, according to Angie Setzer, vice president of Citizens L.L.C.
The I-80 Planting Tour has come to an end.
Rob Sharkey’s Shark Farmer podcast is finding a hungry audience in agriculture and beyond, attracted by the take-no-prisoners attitude of his weekly show.
Speculators reduced bearish bets across most Chicago grain and oilseed markets last week, but pessimism in the corn market continues to build.