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A little-known provision in Crop Revenue Coverage (CRC) crop insurance could cost you this year if bad weather pushes crop prices past a limit on the harvest price guarantee.
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CHICAGO, Illinois -- Wearing the traditional cloth vest with buy/sell cards sticking out of the pockets, Matt Maloney, vice president of RJ O'Brien and Associates, and a CBOT corn broker and trader, said the corn market needed to close above $4.30 per bush
Organic farmers have traditionally been an independent, apolitlical group. This year that could change. When more than 2,000 organic farmers and would-be organic farmers met in La Crosse, Wisconsin, last Thursday through Saturday, their leaders were asking
In many areas, timely August rains helped pump 2006 U.S. soybean yields to a record production level of 3.19 billion bushels. However, burgeoning production doesn't mean it was a quiet year for soybean pests last year. "There was well over $300 million of
Some in the Midwest have learned a bitter lesson this year when unusually heavy snowfalls resulted in roof collapses and they discovered such damage was not covered in their insurance policies, according to a University of Missouri building and structural
Farm Safety 4 Just Kids celebrates 20 years in existence
Congress might tinker with and possibly cut the duty on ethanol imports when it expires in 2009, but the tax won't be scrapped because of investments in Midwestern biofuel output, U.S. industry members predict.
U.S. cattle-on-feed numbers continued their months-long decline in the first 31 days of 2007, according to Friday's monthly USDA-NASS Cattle on Feed report. Key to the lower numbers in Friday's report are placements, which were 23% lower than the same time
DuPont officials on Friday announced the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has granted a section 18 quarantine exemption for the use of DuPont Punch fungicide to control Asian soybean rust on soybeans in Minnesota and South Dakota.