Winter wheat production is forecast at 1.27 billion bushels, up 7 percent from 2018.
Jay Vroom, who retired last year as CEO of CropLife America, has been tapped to chair Farm Journal’s Trust in Food initiative advisory board
Farmers across much of the Midwest are facing planting delays—in some cases severe.
AgDay’s Betsy Jibben picks up again on the I-80 Planting Tour by heading to the Hooper, Nebraska area. She talks with Derek Hoetfelker, a farmer from Hooper.
Eurofins BioDiagnostics Inc. recently introduced a new method to detect waterhemp seeds—even differentiating it from other Amaranthus.
The recent wheat tour in Kansas found good yields making it difficult for prices to find a reason to rally.
Commodity market analysts say regardless of the hype around late planting, the numbers on May 20 will tell the true story about the 2019 crop.