Export markets for dried distillers grains with solubles were down in early 2015, but will likely begin to recover, according to a speaker at the recent Distillers Grains Technology Council’s annual distillers grains symposium in Kansas City. In 2014, the
Early detection and diagnosis of soybean emergence problems is important to achieving high yields. Early detection and diagnosis enables you to minimize yield losses by taking prompt corrective action such as rotary hoeing or replanting if necessary. Soybean emergence ranges
We are approaching the end of the season for this year’s rapeseed crop. Here are some tips from Luke Spainhour of TechCrops International on properly timing your harvest. When the plants begin to turn tan, it is time to start
Varieties continue to attract new and repeat farmers due to higher demand, results in the field As farmers hustle to the fields for 2015 planting, high oleic soybeans are marking the fifth season in the eastern part of the U.S.
We are seeing some nematode affects on corn again this year. I haven’t seen as many cases as last year when the corn growth was slow and it rained more earlier but we still have nematode problems this year too.
By feeding grazing cattle with a distillers grains/salt supplement, cattle producers can stretch their pasture and limit intake without sacrificing performance, according to a recent feeding trial conducted at Kansas State University. Dale Blasi, professor and extension beef specialist at
Lackluster interest in purchasing dried distillers grains caused prices to remain fairly steady in the past week. The DTN weekly DDG spot price average remained unchanged this week at $185 per ton. This is the first week the average has
From the other side of the world, Clemson University’s Kendall Kirk can activate a fan on his grain bin in Blackville that could prevent thousands of dollars in lost crop value. Even better, the automated grain bin can sense an
The last time the U.S. ended a marketing year with more than 2 billion bushels of corn was 2004-05. At that point in time the “old era” marketing year average corn price was $2.06 per bushel. While “new era” corn