Sorry, we’re not able to find this page.
Please double-check the Web address for typos, and try reloading the page. If you reached this page from a link, please contact us at email@example.com to let us know where the link is from so it can be fixed.
The USDA reports on Monday are gathering more importance.
Despite a rough year for some in the biofuels business, one industry consultant sees good things ahead
Officials with Monsanto on Wednesday touched on some of the developments in the company's research and development pipeline that will move those goals closer to farmers' reach in the next few years.
Corn growers now have access to a new herbicide option for their fields, as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently approved Balance Flexx herbicide from Bayer CropScience, according to a company report.
Greater demand in Latin America for Monsanto Company's products propelled the company to record-setting net sales and net income results for its fiscal 2009 first quarter, company officials announced Wednesday.
The U.S. economy's in trouble, and those woes are trickling into the ag sector.
Technically, wheat has traded at the top of its trading range.
Unchanged Corn Prices: For the week, last week, March corn closed unchanged. This
market has been supported on dryness from the world's number four and six
producers (Brazil and Argentina), a rebound in crude oil, and a need for
corn to get acres. On the bearish end, we have very legitimate concerns
over demand. The export picture is a disaster (see below). There is little
chance we will hit USDA's export target. The other issue is guessing how
much ethanol will be produced.