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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Wednesday announced joint funding with Broin Companies in the development of a bio-refinery plant that will commercialize cellulosic ethanol technology developed by DuPont. The DOE funding accelerates the development of
Getting high-speed Internet service via satellite was a good move for one Iowa farm family.
It may leave your dishes spotted and your showerheads clogged, but hard water can have more costly effects when it comes to your field chemical applications. The idea of applying crop herbicides mixed with soft water recently had farmers chatting at the Cr
Illinois corn farmers and the state’s economy could suffer annual losses in excess of $500 million without atrazine, according to study released today at a meeting of the Illinois Farm Bureau (IFB), according to an IFB release.
Why not plant all corn in 2007? "Planting all corn in 2007 likely will be more profitable than planting soybeans on farms with high-productivity farmland," says University of Illinois Extension farm financial management specialist Gary Schnitkey. "Revenue
It is important to keep in mind that other factors besides new ethanol plants have altered basis patterns in the last year.
There is no doubt that wheat is married to corn and will be for the foreseeable future, at least until the market gets comfortable with prospective corn production.
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