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Missouri farmer learns from his experience of loss.
Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) told reporters Thursday that if Congress doesn't pass legislation to boost America's use of ethanol and other biofuels this year, that he'll try to get it into the next farm bill.
USDA weekly export corn, wheat sales stay firm, soybean sales dip.
The average of livestock market analysts' projections
for pork belly stocks held in U.S. cold storage warehouses as of April 30 is
69.9 million pounds, according to a survey by Dow Jones Newswires.
At least two more bills to promote ethanol and energy independence were introduced in the Senate Wednesday. And, the House has distanced itself from the Bush administration's move to remove ethanol import tariffs.
The question of applying fungicides, come rust or not, is getting extra attention this year from soybean growers.
If Japan is to remain a viable market for U.S. pork, producers may have to get tougher on how their hogs are treated with drugs, according to the Iowa Pork Producers Association.
With normal growing conditions in 2006, expect storage space to be at a premium this fall, according to Steven Johnson, farm management field specialist with Iowa State University Extension.
Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM) is enthusiastic about using farmland to produce fuel. Cargill has been more restrained. Recent comments by the chairmen of both companies mirror a larger debate on how big of a contribution ethanol can make toward reducing
With gasoline prices around $3 a gallon and a congressional election looming, it's not surprising that elected officials are talking about ethanol. There are several bills in congress that would increase the use of ethanol, but the Amerian Coalition for Et