U.S. Farm Report
200 McDonald’s restaurants in Orlando, Tampa and Miami will be participating in a pilot test of a delivery service through UberEATS.
Cattle feeders earned average profits of $68 per head last week, $30 per head more than the previous week.
Record global supplies of grains are getting bigger, and U.S. soybeans plantings will reach a record in 2017-2018, according to USDA and United Nations’ estimates.
International milk prices fell for the first time in more than two months in an auction early on Wednesday as a recent recovery in the dairy industry unexpectedly reversed course.
A cow’s nutritional demands increased depending on weather conditions. Animals burn more calories to keep warm during extreme cold.
Farmers will have an additional herbicide option in dicamba-tolerant soybeans and cotton in 2017.
Now that this year’s harvest is in the books, it appears all eyes are on South America. After last year’s second crop failure, Brazil is anticipating a big corn crop.
Acreage more than doubled in 2016 and Kentucky is now #2 U.S. grower.
Cattle markets have seen a nice run in November and December, but some analysts think it won’t continue.