LATEST NEWS FROM CROPS

15:03PM Oct 16, 2017

What Would 21 Million Cotton Bales Mean?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
A 12-million acre cotton crop in 2018 could set the table for healthy levels of cotton supply. With uncertainty hovering over the market road, producers should be prepared to take
15:03PM Oct 16, 2017

What Would 21 Million Cotton Bales Mean?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
A 12-million acre cotton crop in 2018 could set the table for healthy levels of cotton supply. With uncertainty hovering over the market road, producers should be prepared to take
13:13PM Oct 16, 2017

Hurricane Season Takes Top off Cotton Potential

Wes Mills
Executive Producer
On Thursday USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) showed cotton production was reduced by 643-thousand bales. The drop off was largely in Texas and Georgia from hurricane damage.
13:13PM Oct 16, 2017

Hurricane Season Takes Top off Cotton Potential

Wes Mills
Executive Producer
On Thursday USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) showed cotton production was reduced by 643-thousand bales. The drop off was largely in Texas and Georgia from hurricane damage.
17:57PM Oct 13, 2017

Iowa Farmers: Hard To Dry Crop with $3 Corn

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Iowa farmers like Craig Douglas, of Adair, Ia., say they have to pencil in drying costs this year since there’s a wet crop in the ground. However, it’s a tough
17:27PM Oct 13, 2017

Nebraska Farmers Nervous About Late Harvest

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Nebraska farmers have received plenty of moisture over the last week. Farmers like Kenny Reinke from Neligh, Neb., tells AgDay’s national reporter Betsy Jibben he has barely harvested soybeans and
14:25PM Oct 13, 2017

What to do When Grain is Too Wet or Too Dry

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
At the end of the season every precious kernel you’ve slaved to produce that is entrusted in grain storage holds your farm’s future and your management of the grain helps