International Grains Council Grapples with Volatile World Markets Jun 15, 2023

    🕔Jun 15, 2023
    LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – The International Grains Council (IGC) met here earlier this week and Eszter Somogyi, USA Rice director for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, was a featured […]

    Global Markets: Coarse Grains – U.S. Corn Exports to Peru Down Again Oct 15, 2021

    🕔Oct 15, 2021
    U.S. exports of corn to Peru look poised to perform very similarly to last year, having lost substantial market share to Argentina in recent years despite trade advantages gained by […]

    Global Markets: Rice – U.S. Regains Market Share in Central America Oct 15, 2021

    🕔Oct 15, 2021
    Central America continues to be a key rice importing region in the Western Hemisphere. Demand is expected to grow given rising consumption trends for this staple grain. With limited production […]

    Pennsylvania: Fall Weed Control in Small Grains Oct 2, 2020

    🕔Oct 2, 2020
    Dense populations of winter annual weeds can compete with wheat, barley, and other small grains in late fall and early spring and slow the rate of crop development potentially reducing […]

    Trade Disruption: What Can We Learn from 1970s -1980s? Jul 12, 2019

    🕔Jul 12, 2019
    The 1980s was a devastating time for American farmers, considered the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. The early 1970s provided the catalyst for the 1980s crisis via the […]

    Insecticide Resistance: Pyrethroids Up for EPA Review – DTN Feb 13, 2017

    🕔Feb 13, 2017
    Pyrethroids are up for registration review by the EPA, and the agency’s most recent risk assessment of this group of insecticides has some industry players concerned.   The EPA’s preliminary […]

    Georgia: Producers Take Advantage of Dry Weather – USDA May 5, 2015

    🕔May 5, 2015
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 3, 2015.   General According to the National Agriculture Statistics Service’s Georgia Field Office, there were 4.5 days suitable for fieldwork […]

    Indiana, Nebraska: Wet Weather Keeping Farmers From Field Work – DTN Apr 28, 2015

    🕔Apr 28, 2015
    “Great Expectations,” the penultimate 19th century novel by Charles Dickens, narrows down to a single plot: one person’s triumph. That’s the way it is for Lane Robinson of Cromwell, Indiana, […]

    Indiana and Nebraska: Weather Challenges are Like Water Off a Duck’s Back to Seasoned Farmers – DTN Apr 22, 2015

    🕔Apr 22, 2015
    Like farmers everywhere, View From the Cab farmers Lane Robinson of Cromwell, Indiana, and Leon Kriesel of Gurley, Nebraska, work to defeat a common foe. Their enemy’s name is hunger […]

    Grain Risk Management: Alternatives for Soybeans Better than Corn Apr 16, 2015

    🕔Apr 16, 2015
    The potential for farmers to lock-in substantial corn profits with a cash-forward contract has been limited so far this spring. Assuming the per bushel total variable cash costs plus per […]


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