Purdue Receives $10 Million #DiverseCornBelt Project Award

A $10 million project seeks to make Midwestern agriculture more resilient by diversifying farms, marketing and the agricultural landscape. We've all heard of hedging a...

Pioneer Agronomist: An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Bushel At Harvest

Combine settings are critical to minimizing harvest losses. Using the manufacturer-recommended settings as a starting point, growers should adjust to the condition of the...

New Capstone Partners Report Issued: Strategic Buyers Driving Food & Agriculture Inputs Consolidation

Capstone Partners, a leading middle market investment banking firm, released its September 2021 Food & Agriculture (Ag) Inputs Industry Update reporting that pandemic-induced labor...

Mizzou Entomologist Reports Worst Fall Armyworm Outbreak In 30 Years

Fall armyworms are on the march, damaging pastures and row crops, the worst outbreak in 30 years. University of Missouri entomologist Kevin Rice tells Brownfield...

Ag Economy Barometer: As producer sentiment holds steady, farmers weigh in on rising input...

On the heels of a sharp two-month decline, the Agricultural Economy Barometer stabilized at a reading of 134 in July, just 3 points below...

Cargill Plans $350 Million Canola Processing Facility In Regina

Cargill today announced plans to break ground on a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, to support the growing global demand for...

Golden Harvest’s New Agronomy Research Book Equips Farmers For 2021 Growing Season Success

Golden Harvest released its Agronomy in Action 2021 Research Review today to help corn and soybean farmers across the country prepare for the upcoming...

Limagrain Cereal Seeds Announces New Regional Strategy

To provide the best wheat and barley genetics to U.S. farmers, capitalize on the new CoAXium Wheat Production System and explore new crop markets,...

Projected U.S. Corn Exports and Prices Rise, But Will “Rampant” Chinese Demand Continue

Financial Times writers Emiko Terazono and Sun Yu reported last week that, “Record purchases by China have sent corn prices soaring since the end...

U Of Ilinois, Ohio State Economists Issue Report Showing 2021 Crop Insurance Premiums Are...

Crop insurance premiums for all products will likely be much higher in 2021 than in 2020 because projected prices and volatilities will be higher...
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