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14:07PM Aug 08, 2019

AccuWeather Pegs Corn Yield At 13.07 Billion Bushels

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

For 2019, the company is forecasting the U.S. corn crop to total 13.07 billion bushels—the lowest since 2012. And the company is expecting soybean yields to total 3.9 billion bushels—the

16:06PM Mar 27, 2019

USDA Opening 2 Emergency Programs For NE Producers Dealing With Flood

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is taking matters into its own hands, opening two more emergency programs for producers dealing with flooding in Nebraska.

21:45PM Sep 18, 2018

Plan For a Steady Increase in Input Prices

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

Expect farm input prices to annually increase by 1.7% for the next decade.

18:02PM Aug 27, 2018

Scouts Measure Bumper Crop

All seven states showcased soybean crops that should produce higher yields than 2017, as scouts measured some of the most heavily podded beans ever seen on Crop Tour. The story

16:44PM Jun 19, 2018

Testing, Testing

Katie Humphreys
Managing Editor

Regardless of how your growing season is going, it’s smart to measure the health of your crop. A rescue nitrogen treatment might be necessary yet this year, or test results

20:52PM Feb 08, 2018

South American Crops Grab Attention of Grain Traders

Wes Mills
Executive Producer

With Midwest fields under a blanket of snow and cold, grain traders turn their attention to South America as USDA boosts its forecast for the Brazilian soybean crop.

22:16PM Feb 01, 2018

Drought Deepens in Southern California

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor

California is rapidly plunging back into drought, with severe conditions now existing in Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties - home to one-fourth of the state's population, a national