16:14PM Nov 06, 2018

Farmer Writes Political Messages into Harvested Fields

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
One creative North Dakotan is giving people with window seats something to discuss as his tractor carves messages in his farm fields.
14:33PM Nov 06, 2018

Reuters: Cost Could Make Bayer Consider Settling Glyphosate Case

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
If court costs rise too much Byer might settle lawsuits over Roundup.
11:10AM Nov 06, 2018

Cash Grain Prices Improving as Harvest Wraps Up

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Basis prices are improving as farmers slow deliveries to elevators deciding to store this year's crop in bins, in bags and even on the ground.
10:46AM Nov 06, 2018

Be Vigilant About Kernel Damage

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
If you suspect an issue, talk with your buyer or elevator
09:37AM Nov 06, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: New Ag Barometer Shows Some Optimism

Marjorie Kulba
AgWeb Contributor
A new Ag Barometer shows things may be looking up for America's producers.
13:41PM Nov 05, 2018

Amazon, Walmart? Farming’s Wild Scramble For Online Ag Retail

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
The Wild West has come to ag retail. The scramble for ag retail dollars has kicked up a dusty haze as traditional chemical players scrap gravel with an expanding list
12:07PM Nov 05, 2018

More Corn Rootworm Trait Failure

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
The billion-dollar pest has proven yet again that it is a formidable foe. In late October Corteva reported to EPA the first case of corn rootworm resistance to the Herculex