04:34AM Mar 26, 2019

China Plans Record U.S. Pork Imports to Resolve Trade War

Wire Service
China could increase U.S. pork imports to the highest ever this year as part of its commitment to bolster purchases of American farm goods to resolve the trade war between
18:34PM Mar 25, 2019

Analyze Basis During Planting

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
Don’t let the busyness of spring overshadow marketing responsibilities
18:20PM Mar 25, 2019

Prospective Plantings: High-Water Mark for Corn?

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
USDA’s end-of-March Prospective Plantings report always brings a few surprises. This year will likely be the same.
18:13PM Mar 25, 2019

Holding Out Hope for Realistic RIN Waivers

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) told AgriTalk host Chip Flory that Wheeler told him there was no quit pro quo, but still waivers are not out of the question.
16:29PM Mar 25, 2019

Flooding Compromises 13% Of Nation’s Ethanol Production

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
While some plants in the region continue to operate, Reuters reports 100,000 to 140,000 barrels per day of the country’s 1.06 million bpd capacity has been taken off line due
15:07PM Mar 25, 2019

Need a Positive Corn Demand Story? Look No Further Than Cedar Rapids

Cedar Rapids, Iowa is more than Iowa’s second largest city. It’s also a processing powerhouse, home to major names like Cargill and ADM.
13:38PM Mar 25, 2019

Chip Flory: Corn: Tight Margin of Error

Chip Flory
Host of AgriTalk and Farm Journal Economist
Crop insurance first planting dates for corn are right around the corner and soon crop-watchers will form early season expectations of how 2019 corn yields will differ from trendline expectations.