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Top News Stories
ProAg Friday Fun Ag Fact: Farm Computer Usage and Ownership
The latest Friday Fun Ag Fact presents data on farm computer usage including ownership details and f...
Planting Update: Topsoil Bone Dry in Nebraska
"There's just no soil moisture at all on top," says Randy Uhrmacher, a farmer in south central Nebra...
WASDE Report Eases Fear of Low Crop Prices
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's April 9 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates continue...
Shadow Acres Keep $3.80 Corn In Play
Market bulls have been firmly in charge since last week’s Prospective Plantings report, but corn sti...
Get Your Operation Farm Bill-Ready
As producers wait to learn how the 2014 farm bill will affect their operations, they should be proac...

News Archive
U.S. Corn Export Prospects Increase
Projected U.S. corn exports are raised 125 million bushels to 1,725 million due to the strong pace o...
RMA Releases Address Ineligibility Amendment, Prevented Planting
Two new RMA releases focus on the prevented planting insurance period for changes in persons and an ...
A Tale of Two Soybean Crops
Old-crop soybeans have surged above $15, while the new-crop soybeans situation may be more bearish t...
Storms Provide Drought Relief for Some Growers
Six Northern California irrigation districts that serve growers on roughly 150,000 acres of farmland...
Cool, Wet Spring may Ease Western Plains Drought
Rainfall is expected for much of the Central Plains, but will it reduce drought conditions in the re...