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As the 2018 corn and soybean crops head for harvest, DTN/The
Progressive Farmer takes a high-tech look at yield predictions featuring the
satellite analytics and modeling of Gro Intelligence and
See DTN Ag News. BDTN Digital Yield Tour 2018...
When it comes to balancing proper grazing management and preserving
wildlife, there is no one size that fits all.
See . FComplexities Affect Grazing...
More imported food products already contain the sugar they need, and
production of sugar globally has created a glut at a time when U.S. food
companies are marketing more products that contain reduced sugar. So far, the
sugar industry has survived by taking market share back from high-fructose corn
See DTN Ag News. 7^Sugar Market Not So Sweet...
Though a California jury awarded cancer victim Dewayne Johnson
millions in damages as a result of using glyphosate-based herbicides, Monsanto
continues to argue the chemical does not cause cancer.
See DTN Ag News. :^Monsanto to Appeal...
Good-to-excellent condition ratings for both corn and soybeans
declined by 1 percentage point last week, according to the USDA National Ag
Statistics Service's latest Crop Progress report.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Crop Progress...
Ranchers willing to graze multiple species of livestock -- usually cattle and sheep and or goats -- can see a financial advantage as well as improved range and pasture conditions. However, the grazing system requires more management and may have some stigma attached.
The Senate recently passed a bill that would extend the electronic logging device (ELD) waiver for livestock haulers and live insect haulers by one year. However, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety and the Trucking Alliance oppose any waivers to the mandate.
USDA on Friday released its latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports.
A Day In The Field
Grain Buying Policy
********* Trading Hours ********* Trade is Open 7:00 PM - 7:45 AM Sun Evening - Friday Morning Trade Resumes 8:30 AM - 1:15 PM Monday - Friday Notice concerning the pricing or selling of grain. We will purchase / price grain during the day up to 1:00 PM -- Except during the 45 min. pause. Scale Tickets marked "SELL" will be priced the following day when the grain futures resume trade, after 8:30 AM. If you want cash grain "Priced" that is dumped during the day, please inform someone in the offce. For pricing during after hours or during the day consider placing an open order. T h a n k Y o u !