Speculation about when the grain markets' bottom will arrive and early spring planting ideas are big this week.
What to do with last year's corn crop and how you'll get this year's crop started are major stories in agriculture this week.
It's been a volatile week in some market sectors as farmers get welcome news on the tax front.
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As winter makes an early entrance, farmers and economists run numbers for the next year's grain revenue prospects this week.
Elections, harvest & gloomy markets are all big stories in agriculture this week.
A largely warm, dry weather pattern has the combines running hard this week.
The winding road of fall harvest heads around the next corner.
Despite rain delays, corn and soybean harvest rolls on as the grain markets slide.
It's time to start finalizing fall harvest plans. See what else you need to know this week.
Temperatures moderated in the Midwest and the markets continued to slip as crop conditions stabilize.
As crop estimates continue to trickle in, more news shows how much the farm economy's tilting lower. See what else you need to know this week.
Crop conditions stood stable and USDA pegged a record-large soybean crop this year. See what else you need to know this week.
With crop conditions looking as good as they have in decades in parts of the Midwest, grain prices are getting slammed.
Wheat harvest is marching up the Plains while corn and soybean development is roaring along in the Midwest. Here are a few shots from farmers and folks throughout the region.
Monday's sharply bearish USDA grain stocks and acreage reports dominated the ag headlines this week. See all angles here.
Wetter weather, crop acreage outlooks are just a couple big stories you need to know in ag this week.
As farmers near the end of corn planting, attention turns to early-season crop performance. And, we look ahead to new technology for your farm!
The weather -- both for corn and soybean planting, and early crop development -- has improved immensely over the last week, and it's got crop prospects surging. See what else you need to know this week in…
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Soggy planting delays and new farm policy at home and tumultuous conditions abroad are big stories this week.
The Arctic Vortex is back, but it's not stopping farmers from starting to look ahead to spring.
Soybean prices shot higher this week, the weather bounced between extremes and farmers started looking ahead to spring.
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