On Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced they wanted comments for the potential options for reducing biofuels and renewable fuel volumes lower than those proposed in the 2018 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOs) under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).
There are few things more exciting for a farmer than watching the numbers climb on the yield monitor. Let’s not talk about the disappointment if yields aren’t so good. How can you be sure those numbers are right, though?
Here's One Commodity Rally That May End Up Being Short-Lived
Syngenta Said to Pay More Than $1.4 Billion in Corn Accord
Do you know what your return to management, also known as family living costs in some business structures, are on a per unit basis?
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With his wells declining, Kansas farmer tries new approach
Farmers in the northern Plains have been struggling with drought, making it difficult and expensive to scrounge up enough feed for their livestock to last through the winter.
The countdown for comments on the Waters of the U.S. Rule has begun, and you have only 24 hours left to share your views. The comment period ends tomorrow, Sept. 27.
Throughout much of last week and into this week, scorching heat across the Corn Belt has farmers wondering if that’s enough to dry and mature the crops.
Round three of NAFTA negotiations kicked off in Ottawa, Canada on Saturday. All three countries expect the dialogue to be “meatier” this time around.
Expansion in the world dairy industry is likely to taper along with a slowdown in New Zealand
After receiving final antitrust approval from the Competition Commission of India, FMC has the all-clear to acquire a portion of DuPont’s crop protection business.
Unseasonably hot U.S. weather is accelerating corn and soy crop maturity after months of concerns that lagging development could drag down yields or put some late-planted acres at risk of damage from frost, agronomists and analysts said.
Mother Nature always likes to have her own way but farmers can now have more say over how much water stays in or out of their fields, thanks to the use of controlled drainage technology.
The basic concept with controlled drainage is that a water-control structure attached to traditional tile can be used like a dam in farmers’ fields, says Crop-Tech agronomist Isaac Ferrie.
When gated with stacked baffles, the structures allow you to release water when you don’t want it in the field, like during planting or harvest, or to hold it back for a crop’s use when rainfall is sc
A UAV fleet fit for farmland. AeroVironment’s Quantix and Decision Support System offers a complete range of agricultural needs packed in one integrated system to meet the rigors of farmland use: drone, embedded sensors and analytics package.
AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman's forecast for Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017.
A CFO can help your farm get to the next level financially.
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