Industry News

Taxlink

10/15/19

How should a worker be paid? The answer is sometimes not black and white.

Hemp's Growing Pains

10/15/19

The hemp industry, tied to cannabidiol (CBD), is forecast to grow tenfold over the next six years, according to one industry analysis. A Colorado farmer who got into the business early said hemp allowed her to farm again, but she said the 2018 farm bill has caused a few new regulatory issues for farmers in the business.

DTN Fertilizer Outlook

10/15/19

The prospect of an unfavorable application season again this fall is likely to keep domestic wholesale fertilizer prices stable to lower in the short term.

Broadband Business Blues

10/11/19

A new study by the United Soybean Board find that lack of quality internet connection has restricted farmers' investment in new technology that could improve the bottom line.

Chlorpyrifos Use to End in California

10/11/19

The state of California and chlorpyrifos manufacturers avoid years of administrative battle with an agreement to end the pesticide's use.

Harvest Freeze Challenges

10/11/19

Prioritize harvest, adjust combine settings and brace for wet, low-quality grain, experts warn.

Kub's Den

10/10/19

Hay's complex commodity market is reflecting the muddle of 2019's weather -- there was no shortage of forage this summer, but there were challenging conditions to harvest and transport the product.

View From the Cab

10/10/19

Harvest is rolling along for some farmers, but there's a possibility of snow for one of our View From the Cab farmers.

Trump Signs Japan Deal

10/09/19

A trade deal with Japan signed by President Donald Trump on Monday will lower or eliminate tariffs into Japan's markets for about $7 billion in agricultural products. The U.S. exports about $14 billion to Japan in ag exports now, of which about $5.2 billion were already tariff-free.

Culling Time

10/09/19

Culling cows is not something to charge into willy-nilly. Look at the issues to avoid losing money.

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