Leverage shifting from feedyards to packers as summer begins.
Earlier today, the EPA, Department of Army and Army Corps of Engineers announced they are proposing a rule that rescinds the Clean Water Rule, a 2015 regulation that sought to clarify water resource management in the U.S. and attempted to define “waters of the United States,” or WOTUS.
Both markets unchanged on Tuesday bids
Some antique collectors keep tractors their parents or grandparents owned.
Post-scandal squeeze on finances sparks asset sales, cutbacks.
Dairy groups from Argentina, Australia, the European Union, Mexico, New Zealand and the United States are participating in the effort.
Repair or replace? It can be an agonizing question to ask about farm equipment – especially amid tightened farm budgets.
Retailers looking to increase their agronomic know-how to manage the new dicamba formulations more effectively will find a wealth of information at the 2017 AgPro Retailer Day. Registration is now open for the event, which takes place August 1 at the Crop-Tech Consulting facility just outside Bloomington, Illinois.
Between now and July 15, early-bird registration is only $175 for retailers, agronomists and crop consultants who want to attend the one-day event, which offers five Continuing Education Credits. Breakfast and lunch are also included in that price.
During the event, Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie and team will lead attendees through a session on managing dicamba technology, including a look back and discussion of this season’s applications. Along with that, Ferrie will address how retailers can manage the new dicamba formulations effectively in 2018, and will look at the factors that cause drift--which ones you can fix and which ones you must manage around and how.
After a climate innovation grant announcement last December, Pix4D and Parrot received more than 250 proposals from researchers across the globe. This month, the two companies announce they have selected six projects, based on novelty, scientific merit and team experience.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), about half of the Indiana corn crop is rated good to excellent, and soybeans aren’t in much better shape.
The continental United States will see a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21. Small towns across the lower 48 states are preparing for the event, including Madras, Ore., which will be the first place in the U.S. to see the solar eclipse.
Cotton output in India, the world’s biggest grower, may increase to a three-year high as some farmers plant more of the fiber on better returns compared to other crops.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), less than half of the nation’s winter wheat condition in the top 18 producing states is rated good to excellent.