Ag-Analytics aims to provide accurate revenue information with data
With the rampant rise of ag technology, Ag-Analytics hopes to emerge with multiple uses for the data it gathers and partnerships to enhance the ease of use and quality involved.
Learning from the past: What former presidents can teach us about future presidents
Regardless of whether individual farmers view President Trump’s time in office as a positive or negative, there’s no denying he and his administration shook up the agricultural landscape.
Rain Rain, Don’t Go Away! Brazil and Argentina Still Face Dryness Concerns
South America’s agriculture heats up during the late and early parts of the year.
This year two of the largest agriculture producers – Argentina and Brazil – have faced challenges with dryness. In parts of central and southern Brazil, the early soybean harvest picked up in January, while parts in the north and northeast required replanting from early-season dryness.
Farmers’ Current Optimism Dips; Long-Term View Stays Steady, Ag Barometer Shows
December revealed a lower level of optimism for farmers’ view on current economic conditions, dipping 12 points, according to the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer.
The poll checked in at 141 for December, slumping from November’s 153 tally. The future outlook saw a slight increase, rising 2 points for December and climbing to a total of 155.
Northern Corn Belt Warms Up, South America to Receive Needed Rain
“I think Brazil’s in line for a pretty good crop year, at least for the grains – corn, beans,” says AccuWeather meteorologist Dale Mohler.
Start the New Decade Strong at Commodity Classic
Commodity Classic – February 27 to 29 – gives farmers an opportunity to engage with other farmers and companies of different sizes, offering producers the chance to build relationships.