Other areas of the U.S. aren’t so lucky. The Eastern corn belt have seen yields decline due to changing climate.
AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with Nate Like, a livestock producer in Hamler, Ohio; Andy Stickel, a producer in Pemberville, Ohio.
Feed, Bedding Worries Linger As Crop Conditions Stay Subpar in Ohio
USDA says it may be weeks until farmers know just how much money they could receive with the new China trade aid.
AgDay has more on the AgriTalk interview between Chip Flory and Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue.
Experts say it is now officially the wettest year on record across the Farm Belt.
With prevent plant and wet weather, the corn balance sheet may readjust significantly this fall and that may keep corn prices higher through 2019.
Cotton planting is on pace and markets are searching for fundamental reasons to keep prices elevated.
Speculation is running rampant surrounding the second round of China tariff aid for producers and ranchers.