Industry News

Cash Market Moves

07/25/17

A bill in the House would delay for two years implementation of a rule requiring certain commercial trucks manufactured since the year 2000 to have electronic logging devices installed.

Spring Wheat Tour Preview

07/25/17

Low yields and fewer acres are expected as scouts fan out across the Northern Plains next week to examine the spring wheat and durum crop.

Todd's Take

07/25/17

December 2017 corn has had little to show for all the crop concerns endured so far.

Rust on the Move

07/24/17

The disease is in the Midwest in plenty of time to do economic damage to cornfields, particularly late-planted ones.

E15 Bill Stalled

07/24/17

The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works announced Thursday evening it would not take action before the August recess on a bill to allow year-round sales of E15.

Drought in the Dakotas

07/24/17

Storms started moving through parts of North and South Dakota earlier this week, but farmers and ranchers say wheat and corn crops are already lost and the hay situation for livestock is critical.

Aid Boosts for Cotton, Dairy

07/21/17

The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday voted unanimously to advance a funding bill for USDA that would boost farm programs for both cotton and dairy producers.

Worm Rebellion Continues

07/21/17

Southern growers should be prepared to scout and spray most varieties of Bt cotton, including Bollgard II, WideStrike and TwinLink.

Spring Wheat Tour Preview

07/21/17

Low yields and fewer acres are expected as scouts fan out across the Northern Plains next week to examine the spring wheat and durum crop.

Kub's Den

07/20/17

During the time when any nation state thrived, it was only possible because of grain, such as wheat, which was an easily taxable product.

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