AgWeb News and Commentary
Value-added programs don’t necessarily add value to a set baseline price. Rather, they begin by removing some of the discount (risk) that buyers assume exist.
Trend change in the grains?
In Customer Support, John addresses the emergence of electric cars into the market is indeed a negative factor for all fossil fuels and ethanol. But the big question is how fast and far will this trend develop.
The Social Security Administration released their 2019 cost of living amounts last week and it can cost some farmers an extra $558.
NOPA Crush & Crop Progress On Tap
Knowing what's wrong can keep you from figuring out what's wrong.
What's next for the gain and livestock markets?
The US equity markets dropped sharply this week, whether you are looking at the Dow, the S&P, the Russell or your IRA balance. Traders are prone to bottom picking, trying to buy things that are a lot cheaper than they were when bought just a couple days ago. The conventional advice to such traders i [...]
Farmers Edge and Global Ag announced a partnership. It will combine Farmers Edge’s field-centric data with Global Ag’s customized insurance products to allow farmers to increase profit, while decreasing risk.
Three economists say there’s no need to panic, instead plan ahead to find profitable marketing opportunities and make sure there’s open lines of communication with your farm’s key stakeholders.
The grain markets were buoyed by another wild weather week—with snow and rain halting harvest progress—and USDA’s monthly Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates reports.
A real-time tracking device designed to curb thefts, with an emphasis on security of imported goods, is new from Emerson.
In response to crop reports, USDA’s RMA issued a new fact sheet to help producers fully understand the process for filing quality adjustment claims for damaged crops under the federal crop insurance program.
Muddy pen conditions in all major feeding regions have left many fed cattle owners willing sellers at steady money.
From the seat of the combine you see the sins of the season. Perhaps one of the most frustrating? Weed escapes.
Every day is an important day to thank farmers for their hard work, but today is especially important.
It’s been a wild week for farmers—from snow in the Dakotas and high plains to a hurricane in the southeast and a lot of rain and colder temperatures for everyone in between
This harvester sold yesterday.