Growers focus on dry weather and shrug off U.S.-China trade woes.
In spite of what we heard for months of sideways trading markets and media fear of being saddled long term by mountains of grains (especially corn), some real issues are surfacing.
AgWeb.com will have full coverage of USDA's March 29 reports, following the 11 a.m. Central Time releases.
Indigo Ag, Inc., is launching an on-farm storage program for U.S. farmers to enable identity preservation of corn, soybeans, cotton, wheat and rice.
Food box idea draws criticism from Democrats, advocates
With Midwest fields under a blanket of snow and cold, grain traders turn their attention to South America as USDA boosts its forecast for the Brazilian soybean crop.
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