High-oleic soybean acres are expected to increase in the coming years to provide more farmers the chance to cash in on premium opportunities, which can be more than $2 per […]
Remember back to spring of 2020 when pictures and videos of people hoarding toilet paper filled social media and the news? Well, move over toilet paper because 2021 may likely […]
Livestock: Washington Ranch Sale Delayed – DTN Jul 23, 2021
The final sale of Easterday Ranches Inc. in southeastern Washington to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly known as the Mormon Church) likely will be completed by […]
DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Skip Higher Jul 22, 2021
Looking to Friday’s market, the cattle complex will have a lot to sort through as both the monthly Cattle on Feed report and bi-annual Cattle Inventory report will be released […]
For the third consecutive day, December cotton futures closed higher, rising by 1.17 cents to a closing value of 89.86 cents. March 2022 futures closed up 1.03 cents at 89.41 […]
Tempers are running hot this year, as dicamba injury surfaces for a fifth year and EPA seeks to evaluate the success of the 2020 dicamba labels.
December corn and November soybeans closed lower Thursday but were well off their lows as it remained difficult to find significant rain in the forecast. September Minneapolis wheat recovered from […]
The Biden administration reportedly will delay the release of already late Renewable Fuel Standard volume proposals because of political concerns, according to a Reuters report citing two unnamed sources. The […]
EPA Sued Over New Herbicide Approval – DTN Jul 22, 2021
The Center for Food Safety and the Center for Biological Diversity petitioned a federal appeals court to overturn EPA’s registration of a new herbicide.
The lean hog market rallied earlier in the week, but upon Thursday’s arrival the cattle contracts have stepped into the driver’s seat of the market. GENERAL COMMENTS: Live and feeder […]