Industry News from March 2019

Cattle on Feed Report Flash

03/25/19

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 11.8 million head on March 1, 2019.

Dicamba Tug of War

03/25/19

The news that EPA may limit state pesticide restrictions has alarmed state regulators, particularly those dealing with widespread dicamba injury each spring and summer.

Todd's Take

03/25/19

As July hogs soar to a new four-year high, it becomes clear that concerns about African swine fever are ratcheting up.

Disaster Declared; Ag Businesses Battle

03/22/19

President Donald Trump approved Nebraska's request for an emergency disaster declaration on Thursday, as agribusinesses fight to return to full speed.

More Dicamba to Come?

03/22/19

Monsanto, now Bayer, estimates that XtendFlex corn could someday penetrate up to 89% of U.S. corn acreage.

Listen to the Land - 11

03/22/19

For this soil-health advocate, cover crops and no-till are beautiful -- and profitable.

Cattle on Feed Preview

03/21/19

Analysts are not looking for huge changes in Friday's Cattle on Feed Report.

DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends

03/21/19

Five of the eight major fertilizers' prices during the second week of March were lower compared to last month. Once again, the moves lower were fairly minor.

Disaster Aid, Places to Donate

03/21/19

A number of state and agriculture organizations are offering ways to contribute to relief efforts in parts of the Midwest hit hard by flood and blizzard.

Neb. Livestock Disaster Losses Mounting

03/20/19

Nebraska's director of agriculture said livestock producers have seen losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars from floods and blizzard, while state is likely to be rebuilding county roads for a considerable time.

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