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If you are a bull in this wheat market, you are hoping for a better market this week.
Corn futures for new crop December have spent the better part of two weeks trading between 2.65 and 2.75.
Congressman Jim Nussle of Iowa yesterday introduced legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives to lower gas prices and expand the production of renewable fuels. The Independence from Oil With Agriculture (IOWA) Act calls for nationally expanded produ
We've asked farmers from around the country to share photos of planting in their areas. Browse the first few entries in a new slideshow, and submit photos of planting on your farm.
The company logo sums up BASF: The Chemical Company. So how does an ag chemical company do business these days when more emphasis is placed on seed and traits rather than herbicides?
On Monday, May 1, many U.S. businesses that rely on immigrants as part of their workforce may be closed, or at the very least, short handed. An immigrants' rights group has organized a boycott and work stoppage that day, as a way to tell legislators, emplo
Corn planting progress moved up to 25% complete this week, and with planting moving ahead, basis gained ground throughout most of the country.
Soybean prices dropped sharply following the USDA's March 31 Prospective Plantings report, but have regained some of that loss. A wide variety of factors will continue to have a bearing on price movement.
Buried in President Bush's speech on energy prices Tuesday is a proposal to allow gasoline blenders to avoid using ethanol this summer to meet clean air requirements.
Meat supplies will remain large for the remainder of the year,
a Purdue University Extension marketing specialist.