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Corn, soybean and wheat prices are reacting to harvest progress across the country. Marlin Clark offers insight into the grain markets.

A new study shows sweet corn production for frozen and canned products has been steadily shrinking in the U.S. over the past 27 years.

Scouting each cornfield as it begins to tassel and assessing weather conditions is an important part of making fungicide decisions on your farm.

Klick has farming in his blood. He is part of a farm family that’s in its fifth generation. According to Klick, farming is a business, and everyone should be open to the entrepreneurial side. In the meantime, he is giving voice to a new generation.

Farmers plan to plant 92 million acres of corn across the country this year, up 4% from last year, according to the Prospective Plantings report.

Matthew Ruff from Circleville, Ohio, develops corn business that's for the squirrels. It began as an FFA supervised agricultural experience and has grown into a robust online business.

As you prepare for corn silage harvest, it can be helpful to estimate how many tons per acre each variety will yield to make sure you will have enough. 

Now is the time to be reviewing, servicing and preparing equipment used in the silage harvest process so that downtime doesn't decrease your silage quality.

Now until pollination is the time to scout corn for fungal disease. Corn treated with fungicide had improved fermentation and better dry matter values.

More than 40 ethanol plants said in a letter sent to President Joe Biden that they support the goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030 and hit net zero by 2050. The list of signatories includes one Ohio ethanol plant, Guardian Lima LLC, in Lima, Ohio.