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Corn, Soybean Stocks Numbers Surge Past Trade Estimates
U.S. corn ending stocks came in slightly higher in Wednesday's WASDE report, while soybean ending stocks are seen slightly lower amid reports that crop conditions, "the best in four years," could push down corn prices through the summer.
Answers to PED Start Here ... Maybe
If anybody can figure out a way to slow the spread of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, it might be Hank Harris and his cutting-edge vaccine technology.
Expected Moderating Temps, Rain Welcome Relief for Central U.S. Farmers
Parts of the nation's center that have seen the most severe dryness and heat in the last two years look to see a break from those painful conditions in the coming weeks, according to new forecasts.
Certifying Acres is Still Crucial -- FSA
This year, even though the sign-up for commodity programs in the new farm bill is months away, you'll still need to certify your acres in order to be in the program you choose. The deadline for acreage reports in many Corn Belt states is July 15.
Employing Your Kids on Your Farm This Summer? Pay Them the Right Way
There are some tax benefits to employing your children as long as they meet a few criteria and you structure the work agreement the right way.
Soybean Planting Dragging On? Try These Tips
Purdue University Extension soybean specialist Shaun Casteel says of the weather that's been drastically inconsistent since farmers started spring planting. "We need to set the stage for the best possible return on late plantings."
My Mentor, My Legacy: 2014 Finalist Showcase
Just about every farmer has someone who's been a huge influence to his or her life and career in agriculture. Meet a few of the finalists from the My Mentor, My Legacy Program
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