Getting your planter ready for spring won’t change the price of corn, but it can mean you’ll harvest additional bushels next fall.
As farms change hands, rural internet access improves and reliable online options increase, virtual shopping for inputs is expected to continue to grow.
How are growers keeping costs under control in 2018? The Farmer Forum on AgriTalk Radio with Chip Flory.
(Bloomberg) -- For the first time in 35 years, soybeans are poised to steal the crown of U.S. crop king from corn.American farmers are set to increase their soy plantings
Many farmers are still holding on to grain from last year’s record crop because of low prices and large supplies in the global market.
A lot of the fields Brad Beutke farms look flat and black from the road. But as the old saying goes, looks can be deceiving. “There’s a lot of variability
ADM and Syngenta recently reached a settlement regarding the Viptera lawsuit.