Ag markets proved rather volatile again Thursday
Corn futures reacted poorly to good export numbers Thursday. The corn figure on the weekly USDA Export Sales report came in toward the upper end of the forecast range, while shipments were huge. FULL STORY »
DHM Markets/Marketers: Cow culling lags; Pennsylvania heifers
Today's post reviews lagging weekly, monthly and YTD dairy cow culling; recaps a Pennsylvania dairy replacement auction; and more. FULL STORY »
Farm Bureau fights EPA, tells members to ‘ditch the rule’
The American Farm Bureau Federation today asked its members to resist a proposed rule from the Environmental Protection Agency that it says will impose unworkable regulations on the nation’s farms. FULL STORY »
How are you using incentive programs on your farm?
When you create an “incentive program”, you effectively just told employees that this is the most important part of your job. FULL STORY »
Food waste-to-energy converter introduced at UC Davis
More than a decade ago, Ruihong Zhang, a professor of biological and agricultural engineering at UC Davis, set out to solve a problem: How to turn organic waste into renewable energy. FULL STORY »
Guarding against overreach of the Endangered Species Act
Recently there have been media reports that have highlighted the dangerous overreach of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Desert Tortoise, Delta Smelt, Sage Grouse, and the Lesser Prairie Chicken to name a few species, are being respected over the value of the human species as various actions are being taken across the United States to severely curtail or eliminate the use of land, water, timber and mineral resources in deference to these species. FULL STORY »
Ag markets proved decidedly mixed again Thursday morning
Corn futures reacted poorly to good export numbers. The latest corn figure on the weekly USDA Export Sales report came in toward the upper end of the forecast range, while shipments were huge. FULL STORY »
Zinpro Corporation announces realignment and promotions
Zinpro Corporation, the leader in trace mineral nutrition, recently realigned its U.S. sales team to form a single sales region. With this newly established structure, new roles and responsibilities within the sales team have been announced. FULL STORY »
Exports: Corn sales see slight uptick, soybeans plummet again
According to the USDA’s Weekly Export Sales report, corn net sales of 618,900 metric tons (MT) for 2013-2014 were up 15 percent from the previous week, but down 30 percent from the four-week average. FULL STORY »
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- Ag markets proved rather volatile again Thursday
- DHM Markets/Marketers: Cow culling lags; Pennsylvania heifers
- Farm Bureau fights EPA, tells members to ‘ditch the rule’
- How are you using incentive programs on your farm?
- Food waste-to-energy converter introduced at UC Davis