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Diesel Prices: Average Declines by 3 Cents

The national average on-highway diesel fuel price fell three cents to $3.87 per gallon, three cents less than the same […]

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Texas Sorghum: All Fields Susceptible to Sugarcane Aphids

Grain fields continue to be harvested and yields have vary as widely as the rainfall from less than 3000 lbs/A […]

DTN Grain Open: Higher Start Across Board

Corn is higher at 6 a.m. (CT); soybeans are higher; wheat is higher. 6:00 a.m. CME Globex: September corn 2 […]

Keith Good: House Ag Committee Chair Prods USDA on Crop Insurance

Farm Bill Implementation- House Ag Committee Chairman Frank Lucas Ron Hays, of The Oklahoma Farm Report and Radio Oklahoma Network, spoke yesterday with […]

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Corn: Pollination is One of Nature’s Miracle – DTN

The miracle of corn pollination still amazes Bob Nielsen. “It’s a wonder pollen finds its way to each of these […]

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Wheat Tour Sees One of the Best Crops in Years – DTN

Tour scouts saw a spring wheat crop with high yield potential and little disease pressure on their first day of […]

AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Soybeans Lead Markets Higher

Soybean Comment Soybean prices closed higher again. While the market continues to expect larger corn supplies traders are more uncertain […]

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10 Arkansas and 2 Tennessee Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 10 counties in Arkansas as primary natural disaster areas due to flash flooding, […]

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AgFax Grain Review: Chinese Soy Imports to Climb; Best Crop Conditions in Decades

Markets/Trade AgriMoney.com reports that the debate over prospective grain prices continues, with Societe Generale adding their forecast of a decline […]

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Louisiana: Rice, Soybean Farmers Receive Crop Updates at St. Landry Field Tour

Rice farmers and crop consultants heard from a wide variety of LSU AgCenter experts at the St. Landry Parish rice […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    Rice – Arkansas, Mississippi – Blast Becomes Major Concern – AgFax7-24

    New Rural Infrastructure Fund Established — DTN7-24

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Wheat Demand Increases, Inspections Rise7-24

    DTN Livestock Midday: Pressure Redevelops in Hog Complex7-24

    2014 Farm Bill Decisions: Base Acre Reallocation Option7-24

    DTN Grain Midday: Corn, Wheat Drift Lower7-24

    Midwest Grain: Pull the Fungicide Trigger Now? It Depends. – AgFax7-24

    DTN Cotton Open: Trades with Modest Losses7-24

    Louisiana: Sodium Nitrite Explored for Wild Hog Control7-24

    U.S. Energy: Refineries Running at Record Levels7-24

    Gasoline Prices: Show 4-Cent Decrease7-24

    Propane Stocks: Continue to Rise7-24

    Diesel Prices: Average Declines by 3 Cents7-24

    DTN Livestock Open: Meat Futures Headed in Opposite Directions7-24

    Keith Good: House Ag Committee Chair Prods USDA on Crop Insurance7-24

    DTN Livestock Close: Lean Hog Futures Explode with Limit Losses7-23

    Doane Cotton Close: Prices Mixed in Light Trade7-23

    Corn: Pollination is One of Nature’s Miracle – DTN7-23

    Wheat Tour Sees One of the Best Crops in Years – DTN7-23

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Soybeans Lead Markets Higher7-23

    AFB Cotton Close: Dec. Continues Slight Gains7-23

    AFB Rice Close: Futures See Slight Losses7-23

    10 Arkansas and 2 Tennessee Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas7-23

    DTN Cotton Close: Slight Gains in Dec.7-23

    AgFax Grain Review: Chinese Soy Imports to Climb; Best Crop Conditions in Decades7-23

    Soybeans: Is the 2014 Average Yield Headed for a New Record?7-23

    Drones Monitoring the Garden or Your Crop? One is Legal, one is not.7-23

    DTN Grain Close: Unexpected Buying Lifts Soybeans7-23

    DTN Grain Midday: Soybean Futures 8 to 13 Higher7-23

    Cotton In The Midsouth – Plant Bugs Persist As Bollworms Arrive – AgFax7-23

    Cotton – Plant Bugs, Stink Bugs Overlapping In Parts Of Southeast – AgFax7-23

    Cotton in Southwest: Blooms Spreading; Fleahopper, White Fly on the Move7-22

    USDA: Don’t Forget Farm Bill Conservation Compliance Changes7-22

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices7-22

    AgFax Cotton Review: Worst Price Slump in 55 Years; Weather Delays Development7-22

    Good Reports on Corn; Wet Weather Stressing Beans — DTN7-22

    Cattle: Nebraska Study Finds No Ill Effects from Zilmax — DTN7-22

    South Korea Importers Returning to U.S. Corn, DDGS — DTN7-22

    Oklahoma Farmer Modifies Business Choices Due to Wet Spring – DTN7-21

    Cover Crops a Good Replacement in Weather Damaged Fields – DTN7-21

    AgFax Rice Review: UN Prescribes Arsenic Levels; Armyworms Abound in MS7-21

    Arkansas: Emerald Ash Borer Turns Up to Threaten Ash Trees7-21

    Good on Grain: Corn Price Premiums Continue to Fade7-21

    It’s Been 18 Years – What’s Happened in Herbicide Tolerant and Insect Resistant Crops?7-21

    USDA Creates Soybeans Out of Thin Air, Sorta — DTN7-21

    Mississippi Wheat: MSU Releases Variety Trial Data7-21

    Flint on Crops: Bacterial Blight Makes a Comeback in Cotton7-21

    California Cotton: Crop Moving Fast. Strong Yield Potential – AgFax7-20

    Peanut Insects Forcing Decisions In Some Southern Fields – AgFax7-19

    Florida Cotton: Fertilizing Late Planted Crop7-18

    Rose on Cotton: Future Holds Possibility of New Crop Sales Increase7-18

    Rice Market: USDA Report Leaves Unanswered Questions7-18

    Rice Crop: Texas Crop Heading; Arkansas Recovering From Heavy Rains7-18

    Midwest: Late-Summer Drought Unlikely – DTN7-18

    Do Bigger Farms Really Have Lower Costs? Not Really.7-18

    Welch on Wheat: Production Increased, Usage Decreased7-18

    Welch on Grain: Higher Than Expected Corn Stocks7-18

    Cleveland on Cotton: The Low Price Cure? Maybe.7-18

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