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13:41PM Jul 21, 2020

Without Profitable Prices, Leaders Fear Future of U.S. Wheat at Risk

Wheat harvest is kicking off in major wheat growing areas, while wrapping up in the South. As combines roll, growers are facing below break-even prices, even with the recent Chinese

14:28PM Jul 15, 2020

Wheat Is Market Story but Analysts Still Watch for Soybean Buys

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

During Wednesday, Grain markets turned mostly positive with wheat up double-digits on rumors China purchased two cargoes.

FILE PHOTO: Workers spray insecticide at a maize field destroyed by Fall Army Worm at Pak Chong district in Thailand
10:35AM Jun 22, 2020

U.S., Brazil Protest Thailand's Pesticide Ban Over Impact On Exports

Reuters
AgWeb Contributor

Bangkok’s pesticide ban could hit U.S. and Brazilian exports of wheat and soy that are worth more than $1 billion a year, according to United Nations data, potentially setting up

07:45AM Jun 02, 2020

Shattered Taboo: Death of a Farm and Resurrection of a Farmer

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

In 2020, Lyle Benjamin’s farm died, but he refused to fling blame, bow to a taboo of silence, or gloss the pain, instead offering a voice seldom heard in agriculture.

09:07AM May 22, 2020

Pro Farmer's First Thing Today: Chinese Trade, Storm Forecast and More

Davis Michaelsen
Inputs Monitor Editor

From Pro Farmer’s First Thing Today, these are some of the stories we are watching on Friday, May 22.

08:47AM May 21, 2020

Pro Farmer's First Thing Today: Corn Futures, Kansas Wheat and More

Davis Michaelsen
Inputs Monitor Editor

From Pro Farmer’s First Thing Today, these are some of the stories we are watching on Thursday, May 21.

08:04AM May 14, 2020

Freeze Damaged Wheat Underscores One Key Planting Decision

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

This year’s wheat crop has encountered widespread challenges due to frost.