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15:14PM Aug 16, 2019

A World with Negative Interest Rates

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
The U.S. financial sector recovering to end the week following an 800 point rout Wednesday and the Dow Jones Industrial Average's worst performance of 2019. Analysts say negative interest rates
14:43PM Aug 16, 2019

The Do’s, Don’ts and “Have You Seen This?” of Farm Weddings

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Unless you abstain from social media, you’ve likely seen the viral photos of what one father did to make sure rain didn’t ruin his daughter’s big day.
12:17PM Aug 16, 2019

Cattle Slaughter Up 9,000 Head, Prices Down 5%, Choice Beef Up 9%

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
In a head-scratching week of data, estimated cattle slaughter was 9,000 head higher following the Tyson fire, cattle prices were down 5% or more, and yet wholesale beef prices rose
11:30AM Aug 16, 2019

Missing Diemel Brothers’ Business Described By Wisc. Auction Manager

Brittany Bowman
AgWeb Contributor
The Diemel brothers’ business was based in the dairy community of Bonduel, Wisc., and the community has rallied around the Diemel family.
10:08AM Aug 16, 2019

Farmland Values Stabilize as Credit Conditions Weaken

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
You can find both good news and bad news in the latest report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
09:01AM Aug 16, 2019

Trade War Stifles the Rural Economy

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
The rural economy is struggling, according to the latest Rural Mainstreet Index (RMI).
16:22PM Aug 15, 2019

Lonely Roads: Trucker Shortage Takes a Toll on Supply Chain

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
The trucker shortage is a challenge and it’s affecting everyone, says Jason Wishall, owner of Wishall Transport. The American Trucking Association says the shortage could rise to more than 160,000