It is almost certain that U.S. farmers will plant more soybeans in 2017 than ever before, but profitability indicators in the futures market give good reason to believe that this acreage could push much higher than what
Global dairy prices leapt in a fortnightly auction on Wednesday, marking their fourth straight jump, helping to boost New Zealand's terms of trade, prop up economic growth and bolster payouts to farmers.
The Oct 12 WASDE report, was met by traders bias as a negative report, <p></p>but now as we are finishing the week,<p></p>markets have turned around and gained most of what was lost. Find out why as Jerry Gulke, President o
There may be some light at the end of the tunnel of depressed milk prices. However, the length of the tunnel is unclear, but there seems to be a ray of light indicating better dairy prices may be coming.
Dairy farmers across the Midwest are struggling with corn harvest, battling rainy days and muddy fields as corn silage continues to dry down. Rainfall totals have exceeded 2" or more beyond normal amounts.