Investors see the markets oversold, following yesterday’s bearish USDA Supply/Demand Report, and they’re bargain buying.
Advanced Technology Editor, Laurie Bedord gives her report on the current state of broadband technology (Episode 1002).
Wheat and soybean futures close higher in Friday trading.
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue will be the keynote speaker for the Iowa event in Des Moines.
According to a company press release, John Deere and Granular are partnering to bring together the best operational and financial software in agriculture. Today, the companies announced a product development and comarketing agreement that gives producers more tools to measure and improve their financial performance.
AGCO, a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment, will buy equipment business Precision Planting LLC, according to a company press release Wednesday.
The Climate Corporation, the current owner of Precision Planting, is a subsidiary of Monsanto Company. (Learn more about the acquisition in: Putting Precision Planting in the Hands of AGCO.)
Low volatility is not the same as no volatility when it comes to new dicamba formulations.
To blame: everyone/everything except the Russians (for now, anyway).
Dicamba movement is more frequent in soybeans rather than corn. That’s likely due to later application dates and use rates.
A new batch of laughs is in with Corn Time from Bob Lang.