“Wow.” That’s how Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group, describes this week’s action in the corn market.
Canadian soybean shipments are being held in Chinese ports for inspections, signaling that tensions spurred by the arrest of a top Huawei executive last year are expanding beyond canola.
Podcast looking at negotiations over the latest tariff aid payment, breaking news on steel tariffs and a growing fight between EPA and Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa.
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With poor weather keeping farmers out of fields for so long, they’re facing difficult decisions. And with prevent plant dates for corn sneaking ever closer, some farmers are eyeing soybeans.
A fraud case that has already netted guilty pleas from a grain broker and three Nebraska farmers has also forced a Missouri farmer to plead guilty to involvement in fraudulently selling organic grain.
For the first time since November, the Rural Mainstreet Index (RMI) fell below growth neutral.