Mississippi: Crop Harvest Going Well, Average Yields Oct 10, 2022

    🕔Oct 10, 2022
    “Snow” appearing on the sides of highways and bare ground visible for miles is a sure indication that row crop harvest in Mississippi is well underway. As of early October, […]

    Kansas: Fall Soil Sample Key to Spring Crop Success – Video Oct 6, 2022

    🕔Oct 6, 2022
    In this video from K-State Research and Extension, soil scientist Dorivar Ruiz Diaz says soil sampling in the fall is a farmer’s best friend when it comes to maximizing next […]

    Ag Trade: Tentative Rail Agreement Averts Strike; EU Drought Toll Continues; Ukraine Winter Wheat Sowing Begins Sep 21, 2022

    🕔Sep 21, 2022
    Wall Street Journal writer Ken Thomas reported today that, “The White House said Thursday it had reached a tentative agreement to avoid a potential railway strike that threatened to shut down a crucial vein […]

    Ag Trade: Putin Criticizes Black Sea Export Deal; Drought Takes “Hefty Toll” on U.S. Production Sep 12, 2022

    🕔Sep 12, 2022
    Financial Times writers Polina Ivanova, Roman Olearchyk, Henry Foy, and David Sheppard yesterday that, “Vladimir Putin has criticised a grain deal signed with Ukraine that unblocked agricultural products trapped in the country by his government’s […]

    Kansas City Fed: Farm Finances Positive, But Risks “More Notable” Aug 30, 2022

    🕔Aug 30, 2022
    In an update last week from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, “Ag Credit Conditions Remain Strong as Risks Grow,” Nathan Kauffman and Ty Kreitman stated that, “Agricultural credit conditions remained strong in […]

    Brazil: New Record Grain Production on Horizon Aug 30, 2022

    🕔Aug 30, 2022
    Brazilian grain producers are expected to begin planting in September.  If the weather cooperates, the Brazilian harvest could result in its largest grain harvest in history. The first forecast for […]

    Farm Safety Net: Planting Flexibility and Current U.S. Crop Acres Aug 30, 2022

    🕔Aug 30, 2022
    Since the 1996 farm bill, the U.S. farm safety net has given farmers the freedom to not plant program base acres and to plant a crop’s base acres to another […]

    “Drought, Watchword of the Week,” India May Curb Some Rice Exports, Black Sea Exports Continue Aug 29, 2022

    🕔Aug 29, 2022
    Kirk Maltais reported today at The Wall Street Journal Online that, “The worst drought in a decade is posing fresh challenges to farmers in the Corn Belt who already are struggling with […]

    Drought Dents Crop Production Outlook in U.S., EU and China; Ukraine Production Concerns Persist Aug 27, 2022

    🕔Aug 27, 2022
    Dow Jones writer Paulo Trevisani reported yesterday that, “Initial reports from the Pro Farmer crop tour point to disappointing yield potential.” The Dow Jones article noted that, “While yield counts from the eastern portion […]

    Drought Negatively Impacting China, the U.S. and Europe; Ukrainian Black Sea Exports Continue Aug 23, 2022

    🕔Aug 23, 2022
    Matthew Dalton, Jim Carlton and Sha Hua reported on the front page of today’s Wall Street Journal that, “Severe droughts across the Northern Hemisphere—stretching from the farms of California to waterways in Europe and China—are […]


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