Sunday, December 11, 2016

Grain markets continue to confound observers, as new highs keep flowing as combines keep rolling. Corn, soybeans and wheat have all made new highs...

While Republicans regained control of the U.S. House of Representatives and Democrats held onto the majority in the Senate, the new agricultural committees in each chamber aren't likely to touch farm subsidy programs.

Pennsylvania dairy farmers will have to wait until next to renew the legislative fight to change the state's milk pricing system and end the issue of stranded premiums.

EPA gives (slight) nod to fuel with higher percentage of ethanol, but National Corn Growers Association and other industry groups not happy with limited scope of the waiver.

By DARRIN YOUKER Contributing WriterSALEM, Ohio -- In response to the nation's largest recall of eggs, two New York lawmakers have introduced a bill that...

Processors can now label milk as "rbST-free." Decision also claims a compositional difference exists between rbST-free and rbST-treated milk.

Prices on the Chicago Board of Trade have broken sharply on the overnight trading going into Tuesday morning (Aug. 24), as this is written....

WASHINGTON -- Exports of U.S. agricultural equipment have increased each quarter of 2010, with midyear shipments totaling $4.9 billion, a gain of 4 percent...

DELAWARE, Ohio -- Wheat farmers throughout Ohio could be planting more wheat this fall, as the demand and price per bushel has increased because...

Market commentary: Big gains on the grain market during the day Monday that capped off a few days of frantic trading did not hold; the weakness overnight is accelerating.
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