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As we head into the last week of April, this could very well be the most important week of the wheat growing season.
On Friday, the USDA said that there were 11.812 million head of cattle on feed as of April 1st, up 8.6% from a year ago and more than expected.
Landowners who wish to participate in USDA's voluntary Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program have until May 11 to submit proposals to state NRCS offices. The program purchases conservation easements to limit the conversion of farm and ranch land to non-a
I always target April 20th as a date to plant corn and I was able to meet that expectation this week.
After about a day and a half of meeting with ag trade ministers and officials from about a dozen nations, U.S. Representative Jerry Moran (R-KS) is almost certain that an April 30 deadline for more agreements in World Trade Organization negotiations will b
Basis continued to move sideways this past week, despite declining corn futures. The National Corn Index still sits at $2.03, implying an average national basis of -33 cents, the same as last month's basis.
Severe storms in the past week have kept a lot of Midwest farmers out of the fields, and some farmers will have to wait until the weekend to plant. In central Iowa, farmers received more rain last night, causing further planting delays. Browse a slide show
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal ruled yesterday that unprocessed U.S. grain corn imported into the country have not injured Canada's domestic corn industry. The $1.65 per bushel duty that had been imposed on the grain will be lifted immediately.
On Monday, a day when corn planting seemed stalled along Interstate 35 in southern Iowa and northern Missouri, Doug Doughty was planting corn at a good pace in Livingston County, Missouri. He gave some credit for his good soil conditions to a tillage tool
Friday's USDA's monthly
inventory of cattle in the nation's largest feedlots is expected to show a
record-high April 1 cattle-on-feed figure for the current data series going
back to 1996, which would be the fourth straight monthly record.