Each Friday this fall, AgriTalk's Chip Flory will be “Outdoors on the Farm,” sharing tips and ideas about managing wildlife and natural resources. He's making the trek to Iowa for
Growers focus on dry weather and shrug off U.S.-China trade woes.
USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates for January reflect higher ending stocks for both corn and soybeans.
When you think about crop production in the U.S., the big three are corn, soybeans and wheat—in that order. One crop that garners only a modest number of acres but
Soybean production is projected at 3,880 million bushels, up 80 million due to increased harvested area. Harvested area, forecast at a record 83.0 million acres in the June 30 Acreage
Canadian farmers planted nearly 50% more lentils and also planted more soybeans, but spring wheat acreage fell, according to a June 29 Stats Canada Principal Field Crops Area reports.
Soybean ending stocks for 2015/16 are projected at 370 million bushels, down 30 million from last month. Ending stocks for 2016/17 are reduced 45 million bushels to 260 million on