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Marketing Partners Advisory: Weekly Conference Call Recap

November 14, 2017

New recommendations available. MPA recommends selling 10% of 2017 Minneapolis Wheat at $6.44 Dec. 2017 futures. MPA recommends selling... Read More

News Headlines

Keep the Stubble in the Field

November 14, 2017

Soil Health Partnership recommends “No-Till Nov.” for erosion control and overall soil health. (Morning Ag Clips)... Read More

Corn Genetic Refinement Offers Choices

November 14, 2017

Plant breeders are boosting yields across soils, management styles, growing conditions. (Farm Industry News)... Read More

Cost-Saving Methods for Fertilizing Crops

November 14, 2017

More farmers may choose short-term nutrient sufficiency method vs. build-and-maintain. (Successful Farming)... Read More

Brazil’s Delayed Planting Faces Unstable Weather

November 6, 2017

Brazil farmers have planted just 30% of their crop, sharply behind last year. (Successful Farming)... Read More

The Quick ROI for Fuel, Fertilizer Storage

November 6, 2017

Tanks are regulated, but can help farmers take delivery when prices are lower. (Farm Futures)... Read More

Weekly Soybean Exports Top 72 Million Bushels

November 6, 2017

Recent soybean export sales have been above pre-report estimates; corn on target. (Brownfield Ag News)... Read More

Corn Is Making Everyday Products More Sustainable

November 1, 2017

Corn has plenty of uses from table to tank, including bioplastics. (National Geographic)... Read More

Weigh These Factors Before Selecting 2018 Seed

November 1, 2017

There are suggested ways to save dollars without it costing you next fall. (Successful Farming)... Read More

Staying Patient on Making More Soybean Sales

November 1, 2017

Global patience is key to this year’s global soybean market, says trader Kevin Van Trump. (Corn & Soybean Digest)... Read More

Moving Forward After Oct. Reports in Corn, Soybeans

October 23, 2017

Release of USDA Oct. reports spurred soybean rally carrying into November futures. (Farm News)... Read More

Good Management is Necessary for Long-term Grain Storage

October 23, 2017

Clean old grain, insects from bins before new-crop use to guard quality. (Corn & Soybean Digest)... Read More

Next 5 Years: Corn, Soybean Prices Expected to Level

October 23, 2017

The University of Ill. has published longer-run projections for corn and soybean prices. (AgWeb)... Read More

Farms Are Trimming Capital Expenditures

October 12, 2017

Spending since 2013 peak shows adjustment to decline in real farm income. (FarmDocDaily)... Read More

Soybeans Surge on Bullish Supply-Demand Updates

October 12, 2017

A downsize in the WASDE yield forecast pushed soybean prices 28 cents higher. (Feedstuffs)... Read More

Corn Growers Get New National President

October 12, 2017

Kevin Skunes of N.D. puts a priority on trade agreements and farm bill. (Dakota Farmer)... Read More

Passing On the Farm to a Family Member?

October 6, 2017

Find helpful succession planning tools at the Farm Journal’s Legacy Project. (Farm Journal)... Read More

5 Steps to Grow High-Yield Soybeans

October 6, 2017

While beans often take a back seat to corn, investment can pay off. (Successful Farming)... Read More

USDA Issues Farm Safety Net and Conservation Payments

October 6, 2017

$9.6 billion will go to more than 500,000 producers who enrolled base acres. (Farm Service Agency)... Read More

New Farm Census Coming in December

October 3, 2017

Every 5 years, the U.S. farm census asks who is producing what and where. (Farming Magazine)... Read More

Precision Ag Moving Towards Higher Adoption Rates

October 3, 2017

The tech revolution is an opportunity to lower production costs with efficiencies. (The Van Trump Report)... Read More

Are You Making These 5 Grain Marketing Mistakes?

October 3, 2017

Economist Ed Usset urges locking in prices early above production costs. (AgWeb)... Read More

Are You on Track to Beat Your Best?

September 25, 2017

An athlete tracks statistics and performance over time. So should you.... Read More

Calculating Grain Storage Costs

September 25, 2017

Maximum storage income results from selective rather than continuous storage.... Read More

Grain Marketing How-To

September 25, 2017

Time spent learning marketing can pay off for life, according to this farmer.... Read More

Farmers Tell Ag Secretary to Maintain Crop Insurance

September 15, 2017

In a pre-farm bill listening session, farmers have urged Sonny Perdue to keep their safety net.... Read More

15 Cost-Effective Fertilizer Tips

September 15, 2017

A U of M nutrient specialist recommends ways to get the most from phosphorus and potassium fertilizers.... Read More

USDA Raises Corn, Soybean Production Yield Estimates

September 15, 2017

The USDA expects record soybean production, along with the third largest corn crop on record.... Read More

10 Ways to Manage Your Business During Challenging Times

September 8, 2017

January advice is still timely: Producers who are prepared with a plan will be better positioned for continued success.... Read More

Survey Indicates Fewer Soybean Acres for 2018

September 8, 2017

Prospects of a shorter 2017 corn crop may buoy feelings about planting more corn acres at the cost of... Read More

Will Cool Weather Mean Extended Growing Season?

September 8, 2017

Midwest temperatures dropping into the 50s at night may extend the growing season and put harvest a little later.... Read More

Listening Session Gives Congress an Earful

September 1, 2017

Farmers at Farm Progress Show provide valuable input ahead of the next farm bill.... Read More

Wheat Still Has Hope Amidst Dark Clouds

September 1, 2017

The pullback from summer highs provides hope for growers looking to sell 2017 inventory.... Read More

Farmers Face Vendor Lock-in as Ag Goes Digital

September 1, 2017

As farmers begin to make purchase decisions around data, they must take precautions.... Read More

Cooler, Drier Weather for the Corn Belt

August 28, 2017

Beneficial rains recently will go a long way to help the corn and soybean crops finish well.... Read More

Estimating Corn Yield Prior to Harvest

August 28, 2017

The Yield Component Method is the most popular prediction method because it can be used well ahead of harvest.... Read More

Crop Conditions Remain Steady

August 28, 2017

According to the USDA NASS report, 48% of corn is in good condition, down from the 49% last week... Read More

ADM Highlights New Mobile Technology, Products and Services at 2017 Farm Progress Show

August 22, 2017

New offerings aim to help farmers “keep their business on track” DECATUR, Ill., Aug. 22, 2017—Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE:... Read More

Corn, Soybean Exports Up on Week

August 21, 2017

Physical shipments of beans, corn, and wheat were more than what’s needed weekly to meet USDA projections.... Read More

Midwest Agronomists Talk Mid-August Crop Progress

August 21, 2017

Some agronomists believe yields will be challenged, especially when one considers that 40% of Iowa is in a moderate... Read More

Will the Eclipse Affect Maturing Soybeans?

August 21, 2017

Soybeans are sensitive but only to night length, not day length.... Read More

Old Crop Soybean Exports Hit Marketing Year Low

August 15, 2017

The USDA reports that old crop sales for corn and soybeans were lower than expected for the week ending... Read More

Record Corn Crops Out of the South

August 15, 2017

In Louisiana, some farmers are already 50% harvested, with yield averages of 230 bushels per acre.... Read More

Farmers Report Variable Crops as August Begins

August 14, 2017

Volatile seems to be the word of the season in farm country this year.... Read More

FDA Approves Heart-healthy Claim for Soy Oil

August 3, 2017

The approval follows the American Heart Association’s confirmation of benefits for cardiovascular health.... Read More

USDA Corn Rating Falls, Soybean Rating Rises

August 3, 2017

The USDA has rated 61% of the corn crop good or excellent, compared with 76% a year ago.... Read More

Historic Drought Hammers Dakotas, Montana

August 3, 2017

Growers are forced to make difficult decisions regarding cattle, corn, and wheat.... Read More

Capture Seasonally Better Prices for Your Soybeans

April 26, 2017

Watching spring soybean markets, hoping positive price trends will last? Then you’ll be interested in an Average Seasonal Price... Read More

Plan Before You Plant: Spring Markets Won’t Wait

April 3, 2017

You’ve purchased inputs, your fuel tanks are full, and you’re ready to roll. In just days, you’ll be planting.... Read More

Get Ready for Potential Market Volatility on March 31

March 14, 2017

With a warmer-than-average winter across much of the U.S., you’re probably itching to get to the field. But don’t... Read More

Take Initiative to Make Online Grain Offers and Fertilizer Bids

February 9, 2017

It’s a key time of year for your grain marketing. Your bins may be full and you’d prefer to... Read More

Resolve to Be Disciplined in Your Grain Marketing Decisions

January 11, 2017

Welcome to 2017! We hope you’ve had a restful holiday season, and that you’re sticking to your New Year’s... Read More

Get More “Base Hits” with Spring Market Trends in Corn

December 7, 2016

In 2003, Michael Lewis authored Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. If you’ve seen the movie version,... Read More

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