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The casual view from the windshield is of good crops. The reality is that we are very late, however, and that exposes us to less yield and fears of maturity. A frost scare the end of September would change things a lot.

WEST LAYFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University weed scientist says farmers need to take precautions to prevent carryover of Mesotrione, an active ingredient in several corn herbicides, into the following year’s soybean crop.

Have commodity prices reached a plateau yet?

The U.S. Department of Energy is making a $105 million loan guarantee to POET to support the development of the nation's first commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant.

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — More than $3.4 million will be paid out to grain producers after operations were halted at Archbold Elevator in April after...

The shutdown of Bionol, the ethanol plant in Clearfield, Pa., has thrown a monkey wrench into grain marketing in the East currently. A plant...

Specialty millers prefer non-genetically modified grains for baked goods.

With an E. coli outbreak in Germany having sickened over 2,500, afflicted 650 or so with acute kidney failure and, as of June 8,...

After the wettest spring on record, Ohio farmers finally got a break in the weather last week.

Program lowers crop insurance premiums for qualifying farmers in 12 states.