Good news for U.S. farmers who’ve seen milk prices languish because Icelandic yogurt uses more of their product than other kinds.
Tailgate Talk - Late Spring 2019
Market fatigue is dangerous. It’s a drain on attitudes, which can make you complacent—which can lead to mistakes. And with cash as tight as it is, marketing mistakes are magnified.
In any given day, you make endless decisions. Some will be quick, while others have long-term consequences. Craft a framework to make the right decisions.
Since 2012, ClipperData has been tracking movement in the energy market and recently added ag commodity tracking to its repertoire. The company uses port agents and satellites to track trade flows around the world.
Brian Split of AgMarket.net says farmers should not only look ahead to next year’s crop marketing opportunities but should also consider locking in basis for the crop they are about to plant.
Don’t overlook maintenance needs of your trusty workhorse
Illinois farmer designs app to track grain inventory and sales and connect with elevator
You’ve likely heard the phrase from our title, an optimistic one that suggests somebody benefits (accidentally or otherwise) from negative events. The line is credited to John Heywood back in 1546, but the idea has been in circulation a lot longer than that. Thunderstorms bring some folks needed ra [...]
What has been done in Illinois fields so far? Anhydrous applications are being made, but they aren’t being done particularly well.
Pro Farmer's Jim Wiesemeyer connects the dots behind the economic issues involved with ongoing trade agreements.
Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group, says the weather is weighing on the grain markets, as the general consensus for the forecast is good planting weather is ahead.
Index Fresh, Riverside, Calif., is again shipping Gem avocados, to complement full-size hass avocados grown in California.
Ken Smithmier with ClipperData talks with AgDay's Clinton Griffiths about the global pressures on the U.S. wheat market.
Easter dinner might cost a little bit more this year. It’s not just the candy. Ham, the prize of the dinnerplate, is also on the uptick, thanks to a surge of demand from China and other export markets.
Today on AgriTalk, we’re talking with Christine McCracken of Rabo AgriFinance about how ASF could impact U.S. pork exports, and implications to feed costs.
Meteorologist Cindi Clawson is tracking the potential for heavy rain and severe weather in several parts of the country.
Cattle on Feed estimates for April 1, 2019, were 2% higher than the same month a year ago.
The recent Census of Agriculture revealed many interesting trends in terms of farmer demographics. Once you dive deeper into the data it’s possible to unveil other interesting statistics.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture for ignoring concerns over fecal contamination of chicken and other meat.