Wednesday, April 14, 2021
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A recent study found that the adoption of E15 gasoline across Ohio would drive new grain demand for farmers and boost household income and state and local tax revenue. This news comes at a time as ethanol producers and marketers are trying to show how the biofuel fits into the transition to clean energy.

The perception of the market is that there's not enough corn to get through the year, especially with the current export pace that's ahead of projections.

Corn continues to lead the grain markets higher on the Chicago Board of Trade. Marlin Clark weighs in in this week's grain markets report.

The contra-seasonal market that has made new highs during harvest has finally broken down in the last week. Marlin Clark analyzes the recent changes.

Ethanol production hit record lows in April when stay-at-home orders were enacted. Learn more about the local impact and where the industry stands today.

Judith Sutherland shares what she remembers best about fall during her childhood – running her hands through an abundance of golden shelled corn.

John Linder, a fifth-generation Ohio farmer, began his role as president of the National Corn Growers Association Oct. 1.

In his weekly market report, Marlin Clark sheds some light on how corn, soybean and wheat prices could be impacted by weather over the next couple of weeks.

Marlin Clark explains how the coronavirus has disrupted price patterns for commodities as diverse as crude oil and corn.

It’s safe to say that 2019 has been a tumultuous year for growers. What did that mean for harvest? It all depends on where you’re at.