5 Crop and Livestock Charts to Ponder from USDA’s 10-Year Outlook Feb 15, 2023

    🕔Feb 15, 2023
    What will the next decade hold for your farm? What factors should you use to weigh investments or crop planning? Each year USDA provides a 10-year outlook for major crop […]

    DOE Cuts $118 Million Check to Biofuels Projects Jan 26, 2023

    🕔Jan 26, 2023
    U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on Thursday unveiled $118 million in funding to 17 sustainable biofuels projects taking place at universities and private companies. According to DOE’s press release, the […]

    Air Tractor Marks 1,000th AT-802 Milestone Jan 20, 2023

    🕔Jan 20, 2023
    Employee-owners of airplane manufacturer Air Tractor, Inc. and representatives from Pratt & Whitney Canada celebrated the 1,000th model AT-802. Air Tractor dealer Lane Aviation sold serial number 802A-1000 through its […]

    WASDE Recap: Acreage Surprise Boosts Old-Crop Prices Jan 16, 2023

    🕔Jan 16, 2023
    The US Department of Agriculture released its latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, or WASDE on Thursday, January 12. The January WASDE report is released concurrent with information on quarterly grain […]

    Brazil is Short on Bin Space As Grain Output Outpaces Storage Capacity Jan 11, 2023

    🕔Jan 11, 2023
    Brazil’s grain output dramatically outpaces storage capacity The 2022/23 crop season could post two records in Brazil. First, it could produce a record 313 million tons of soybeans, corn, cotton, […]

    Unspoken Truths About Pests: Stinkbugs Dec 16, 2022

    🕔Dec 16, 2022
    Stink bugs are best known for their stench when squashed. However, the insect is gaining more notoriety in the Midwest for another reason — their love of soybeans. The insect […]

    Mexico Signals New Decree is Coming for GMO Corn Imports Dec 8, 2022

    🕔Dec 8, 2022
    Mexico economy minister signals new decree coming for GMO imports; U.S. meeting could happen next week. Mexican Secretary of Economy Raquel Buenrostro told reporters in Mexico Wednesday the decree to […]

    House Moves on Rail Dispute, as U.S. and Mexico “Tangle” on GMO Corn Dec 1, 2022

    🕔Dec 1, 2022
    Lauren Kaori Gurley and Liz Goodwin reported on the front page of today’s Washington Post that, “The House voted Wednesday to force a deal between freight rail carriers and unions, blocking a potential […]

    Removing China’s Domestic Price Trade Barriers: How Would it Impact Ag? Nov 30, 2022

    🕔Nov 30, 2022
    Although China imported more than $205 billion worth of agricultural products in 2021, including more than $37 billion from the U.S., trade barriers deterred China’s imports from reaching even higher […]

    Tempered Expectations for 2022/23 Supply and Demand for Corn and Soybeans Nov 29, 2022

    🕔Nov 29, 2022
    Following the 2022 US harvest, corn and soybean prices remain at historically high levels. Nearby futures prices at the close of trade on November 28 are $6.69/bushel for corn and […]


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