Ethanol profit margins at DTN’s hypothetical 50-million-gallon plant in South Dakota hit their lowest levels of 2018 this week after corn prices dramatically increased in the past month. Including debt […]
Acreage planted to organic field crops is on the rise while land planted to non-GMO corn and soybeans declined, according to a new report from Mercaris, a market data and […]
Most people recall the heat of the 2012 drought. Jessie Alt remembers the sound. “In 2012, when soybeans were shattering due to dry conditions, the pod can really burst open […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Top Buyer U.S. Soybeans? | Weather Problems Multiply | and more.
On the same day he directed the EPA to complete a rule to allow year-round E15 sales, President Donald Trump used the issue to stump for Republicans in Iowa and […]
With Hurricane Michael bearing down on the Southeast U.S., much of Georgia’s 1.5-million-acre cotton crop will be exposed to torrential rains and high winds on Wednesday and Thursday. “The Georgia […]
Even as wet weather stalls the 2018 corn and soybean harvest in parts of the Midwest, many farmers have their eyes on 2019 seed selection. “It does seem early to […]
One month ago in this column, I explained how one of the surprises of China’s tariff on U.S. soybeans was that U.S. soybean exports actually increased in the month of […]
DTN Editor’s Note: In our “Tariff Realities” series, DTN is looking at challenges facing U.S. farmers and grain elevators this fall as they market, store and transport soybeans under conditions related […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Grain Storage Running Short | and more.