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Southern Planting Back on Track By: 04/15/2015 @ 2:25pm

After a bumpy start to planting in the Southern states, corn planting is quickly catching up to the average five-year pace.Mississippi farmers have 62% of corn acres…

Infrastructure Holds Back Brazilian Farmers By: 04/23/2015 @ 10:48am

Brazil is notorious for its poor rural, dirt roads that make transporting crops difficult, slow, and expensive. The…

Planting Weather Window Flying Open After Soggy, Cool Weekend By: 04/24/2015 @ 12:42pm

The weekend looks to be a wet, cool one in much of the Corn Belt, but by the beginning of next week, it will likely be…

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Get Frosty At Your Farm? Check Planted Seed For Damage Now By: 04/23/2015 @ 11:44am

Frosty temperatures were common in much of the Corn Belt overnight, and all signs point to a cooler-than-normal midrange forecast for the region, one that doesn't inspire a lot of confidence in much early…

#SFplant15: Catch Pictures & Progress Across U.S. By: 04/22/2015 @ 4:08pm

Readers shared planting progress photos from across the U.S. on their farms.

Are You Actually Helping Herbicide-Resistant Weeds? By: 04/22/2015 @ 3:36pm

Herbicide resistance has been a big issue for corn and soybean farmers for the last few years, and those concerns have grown more recently with the increasing discoveries of glyphosate-resistant waterhemp…

Midwest Corn Gross Revenue Down $200 an Acre From Two Years Ago By: 04/22/2015 @ 1:35pm

Take the average corn farm in Illinois. From 2010 to 2013, about $1,000 was a reasonable expectation for gross revenue per acre. Since then, the grain markets have tanked, taking with them a good chunk of that…

Corn Planting Still Behind Schedule; More Delays Loom -- USDA By: 04/20/2015 @ 3:37pm

Just shy of 10% of the nation's corn crop is planted. Though that's a fairly sizable step up from last week, it's still behind the normal pace as Corn Belt farmers begin a week that will likely…

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