Nebraska, Iowa Ag Businesses Struggle Where Flooding Hit Hard – DTN

🕔Mar 28, 2019While historic floodwaters that ravaged northeast and north-central Nebraska and parts of Iowa are receding, agricultural operations continue to struggle to return to normal. Ethanol plants and feedlots, in particular, […]

Nebraska Gets Fed Funds; Infrastructure Damage Challenges Ag Businesses – DTN

🕔Mar 22, 2019President Donald Trump approved Nebraska’s expedited request for federal disaster assistance on Thursday, opening the door to help the state recover from flood damages that include nearly $1 billion in […]

Soybeans and Trade: China Finding Bean Supply Elsewhere – DTN

🕔Nov 7, 2018Archer Daniels Midland’s chairman and CEO said Tuesday during an earnings call that it’s possible China may not need to buy U.S. soybeans before early harvest arrives for Brazil’s soybean […]

ADM and Bunge Merger Could Mean Fewer Marketing Outlets – DTN

🕔Feb 21, 2018The possible merger of two of the world’s largest grain and oilseed processing companies likely wouldn’t move prices for farmers. However, it likely would have a bigger impact on farmers […]

Rice Market: Iraq Makes Huge Purchase from U.S. Under Memorandum of Understanding

🕔Nov 16, 2017Six months after the first U.S. rice purchase by Iraq under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two countries, Iraq has awarded a new 90,000 metric ton order for […]

Border Adjustment Tax: Will it Help U.S. Compete? ADM Exec. Says Yes – DTN

🕔May 25, 2017A border adjustment tax would help make American farmers and exporters more competitive globally, the top executive for Archer Daniels Midland told lawmakers Tuesday. Juan Luciano, president and CEO for […]

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