Evening Edition | Wednesday, November 9, 2022
In this Evening Edition, read about managing grassland through drought, data from the USDA Supply and Demand Report, and how the general elections will affect the House of Ag Committee.
Taking the right grassland-management steps today will determine how well-tamed and native grasslands will rebound from stress.
Raylene Nickel interviews North Dakota rancher Jerry Doan about how he pulled through the drought without having to restock.
Read on to learn keys to drought resilience.
- READ MORE: How to manage grassland stressed by drought
USDA Supply and Demand Report
Editor Cassidy Walter covers this month's WASDE Report.
For corn, USDA pegged the U.S. 2022-2023 ending stocks at 1.182 billion bushels. This is below the trade’s estimate of 1.212 billion bushels but above USDA's October estimate of 1.172 billion bushels.
Click the link to read projections for soybeans.
- READ MORE: USDA projects higher corn and soybean supply
Watch the video below for the numbers.
House Agriculture Committee
With five dozen races still to be called, Republicans were ahead in House seats in Tuesday’s general elections that also marked the departure of at least four long-time members of the House Agriculture Committee.
Chuck Abbott writes, "That means the House panel will be light on farm bill experience when it overhauls U.S. food and agriculture policy next year."
Learn how this may affect the writing of the farm bill by clicking the article below.