The locks and dams are between 80 and 90 years old. Their facelift will be a boon for agriculture.
When you look at the cotton markets, it’s not a surprise the price isn’t profitable at the moment. That’s why Ashley Arrington, founder of AgriAuthority believes cotton acres will decrease
A higher corn basis is seen in some pockets around the country, especially in Northwest Ohio where a lot of corn didn’t get planted due to a wet spring.
As harvest slogs on across farm country, keep one eye on your grain marketing plan.
One unique feature of 2019 has been the stronger-than-normal cash markets across the Corn Belt. How can farmers benefit?
AgDay National Reporter Betsy Jibben traveled along a route in Western Iowa through Pottawattamie and Harrison Counties and checked it out with the Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts.
Don’t let the busyness of spring overshadow marketing responsibilities