Slideshow: Ohio farmer Doug Goyings, chairman of U.S. Wheat Associates, advocates for expanded markets.
While 2019 was a low disease year, wet conditions and concerns about spore presence means getting your plan in shape for spring.
Corn totals also down week-over-week, as wheat climbs moderately higher.
After a week of highs, markets calm going into the holidays.
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Spurlock honored for farming and community involvement.
The event is the only one in Michigan exclusively focused on corn, soybean and wheat growers.
Volume notches a marketing-year high for both commodities.