What Could the Ukraine Dam Explosion Mean for Global Ag Markets? Jun 8, 2023

    🕔Jun 8, 2023
    Farmers in Ukraine are assessing the damage after major dam explosion in the southeastern part of the country, which has been occupied by Russia. The critical Nova Kakhovka dam and […]

    Iowa: Management of Flood-submerged Grain Sep 8, 2021

    🕔Sep 8, 2021
    In a sudden turn of weather events, there have been several severe storms in the northeast and east central crop reporting districts of Iowa. These storms have created the potential […]

    Mississippi River: High Water from St. Paul to New Orleans – DTN Apr 15, 2020

    🕔Apr 15, 2020
    Spring flooding has become an obstacle for barge traffic reaching the Mississippi River in St. Paul. While the river there did fall below minor flood stage late last week, there […]

    Mississippi: Post-Flood Recovery Meeting, Rolling Fork, Oct. 22 Oct 7, 2019

    🕔Oct 7, 2019
    A post-flood recovery meeting on Oct. 22 will help tie up some loose ends with information on agronomic and financial considerations for land that was flooded this year. The South […]

    5 Reasons Midwest Faces Increased 2020 Flood Risk – DTN Sep 25, 2019

    🕔Sep 25, 2019
    As central U.S. producers make plans to harvest corn and soybeans in a year marked by record rain and flooding, prospects already indicate the 2020 crop year could bring more […]

    2019 Flooding and Livestock Rescues, More Rain Predicted – DTN Jun 25, 2019

    🕔Jun 25, 2019
    When recent flooding hit Catoosa, Oklahoma, a group of cowboy buddies joined together to help the people of their small town, especially farmers, any way that they could. Since March, […]

    St. Louis Harbor Reopens While Flood Misery Continues in Lower Miss. River – DTN May 21, 2019

    🕔May 21, 2019
    The good news for the week was the reopening of the St. Louis Harbor to barge traffic, but it could close again as flooding continues with more rain expected to […]

    Missouri River Flood Debate: Army Corps of Eng., Levee Repairs, Cost Benefit Ratio – DTN Apr 18, 2019

    🕔Apr 18, 2019
    Congress appropriating funds for Midwest levee repair doesn’t necessarily mean that’s where the money would go if the Army Corps of Engineers and the White House use cost-benefit analysis to […]

    Florida: New Crop-Damage Assessment System Will Speed Reporting After Disasters Aug 28, 2018

    🕔Aug 28, 2018
    In the wake of Hurricane Irma, economists with the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences realized that their UF/IFAS Extension colleagues needed a better system for reporting […]

    AgFax Southwest Cotton: Weed Control Success; More on Harvey; Heat Units Still Needed Sep 13, 2017

    🕔Sep 13, 2017
    We have more reports about Harvey damage from Gaylon Morgan and Josh McGinty. Additionally, scroll down to read recent crop insurance information from Plains Cotton Growers representatives. Weed control is reportedly looking good. Chuck […]


      The Latest

      Send press releases to

      View All Events

      [ecs-list-events limit="5" key="start date" order="asc"]
      Send press releases to

      View All Events