How To Sell A Farm With Competitive Bidding In A Hot Market, By Randy...

With the hot land market right now, it is extremely important for those who want to sell a farm to be sure that they...

Impact Of Higher Corn Prices On Cost Of Gain For Cattle Finishing, By by...

Corn price futures for the July 2021 contract (December 2021 contract) increased from $4.68 per bushel ($4.31 per bushel) in early January to $6.56...

The Relationship of USDA Planted Acreage Revisions for Corn and Soybeans to Prevented Plant...

Several issues related to the March 31st USDA Prospective Plantings report have been examined in recent farmdoc daily articles (April 7, 2021; April 14,...

Booming Corn Exports, blog by Ben Brown, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources,...

Introduction Spring planting continues across the Midwest United States. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported corn plantings as a percentage of planting expectations of...

Reducing Carbon Footprint through Digital Agriculture By Roshan Pinto, Vice President,...

Global warming is not a fad, it’s our future. It has the potential to impact almost every aspect of daily living, including agriculture, as...

Growing Climate Solutions Act Impact on Farmers, By Krista Swanson University of Illinois

The Growing Climate Solutions Act, initially drafted in 2020, was reintroduced to the Senate on April 20, 2021. The bill cleared the Senate Agriculture...

MZOs jeopardize long-term productivity and sustainability of Ontario’s farmland, By Peggy Brekveld, President, Ontario...

Do you know where your food comes from? It’s a simple question with a surprisingly complex answer. Our food security and the economies that...

Cost to Produce Corn and Soybeans in Illinois—2020, By Bradley Zwilling University of Illinois

In 2020, the total of all economic costs per acre for growing corn in Illinois averaged $869 in the northern section, $893 in the...

P and K Fertility in Forage-Dominated Rotations: Are You Keeping Up? By Adam Parker,...

P and K Fertility in Forage-Dominated Rotations: Are You Keeping Up? Corn silage is an essential part of many livestock operations as a primary feed...

Land Sales Booming At Farmers National Company, by Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President –...

The dollar volume of land sales listed and sold by Farmers National Company during the first six months of its fiscal year ending March...
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