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State-by-State Look at Winter Storm
From California to Ohio, a big chunk of the U.S. is getting a blast of wintry weather. See what's happening in your area.
Why Is Predicting Feed Use of Corn So Difficult?
The process of anticipating the magnitude of feed and residual use to be revealed by USDA's stocks estimate is messy for several reasons.
Robust Exports to Cut Soybean Carryout
However, expect estimates for this year’s corn and soybean production to remain unchanged in USDA's Dec. 10 WASDE report.
Top 10 Most-Viewed Ag Machinery Videos of 2013
From Kinze’s electric-drive vacuum meter to the articulated Tribine harvester, equipment of all colors caught your attention this year.
Manage Risk by Taking Control of Your Grain Marketing
In the face of 2014’s "extraordinary risk" for grain farmers, better marketing is critical to maintaining profit margins, says a senior risk manager.
3 Great Tips from 3 Farm Women
Here is some noteworthy advice courtesy of three successful female farmers at Top Producer’s Executive Women in Agriculture conference.
Peterson Points Out Drivers of Agriculture
Dana Peterson, the former CEO for the National Association of Wheat Growers, kicked off the Executive Women in Agriculture Conference today in Chicago.
Fed’s Lockhart Calls for Setting Timetable for Tapering QE
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said any decision to taper bond purchases should be accompanied by a limit on the size of the program or a timetable for ending it.
Kip Tom: Innovation Key to Ag Doing More with Less
Farmers have made significant advances in managing resources, but they need to do a better job of communicating them.
Pro Farmer: Lower Prices, Stronger Demand to Boost Ag, Scherr Says
Bruce Scherr, chairman and CEO of Informa Economics, painted a rosy picture for U.S. agriculture at the 2013 Farm Journal Forum.