Ed Usset, grain market economist, University of Minnesota shares insight on pricing opportunities in the market. (Video report)
A new way to deliver nutritional support to seed would replace talc in the planter or refine seed treatment.
USDA also updated spring wheat planting progress, winter wheat conditions and more.
Soil and weather conditions mean more danger from pests and fungal diseases.
Bears point to weather, but the bulls could build a story.
Consider planting depth, closure compaction and more when planting soybeans this season.
Profitable returns are possible, if producers make the right decisions and pay attention to details.
Less supply and more demand are driving non-GMO bean premiums higher — again.
The Request for Referendum will be conducted at USDA Farm Service Agency county offices May 6 through May 31, 2019.