00:00AM Mar 24, 2014

Will Low Prices, Drought Dent Western Corn Belt Acres?

Ben Potter
Social Media and Innovation Editor
This year, the West won’t be won without first addressing two ongoing issues – water (or lack thereof) and grain prices.
02:30AM Mar 22, 2014

A Downshift in Price

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
For the past decade, farmland values have been onward and upward.
01:53AM Mar 22, 2014

Before You Run to the Field

The oilseed, grain and livestock markets all came out of the fall doldrums and really extended their gains in February and March.
23:53PM Mar 21, 2014

Spring’s Arrival Leaves Grain Markets Tepid

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
Planting season is inching closer. Jerry Gulke talks weather, market movement and acreage estimates.
04:28AM Mar 21, 2014

Rabobank Sees Strong U.S. IOFC Margins for 2014

MILK Editors
AgWeb Contributor
The wild card in global markets is China.
03:31AM Mar 21, 2014

Soybeans Decline on Concern About Weakening China Demand

Wire Service
Soybean futures for delivery in May dropped 1.2 percent to $14.165 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade by 6:27 a.m.
00:00AM Mar 21, 2014

Eastern Corn Belt: 2014 Crop Mix Remains Steady

Nate Birt
Managing Editor
Lower commodity prices might lead some farmers to plant soybeans instead of corn, though overall acreage patterns will be similar to last year, experts say.