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Channeling Little Orphan Annie and Gone With the Wind to stay positive in this grain market.

The ag economist emphasized that anyone involved in the commodity market has to keep his attention on just about everything.

As Midwestern soybeans near maturity, a Purdue Extension agronomist says farmers should watch for green stem syndrome, a condition that can trick them into delaying harvest, possibly lowering yields.

SALEM, Ohio — The next time planting season rolls around, consider not using any type of tillage on those fields. That’s what a group...

It's a seller's market: Don't look back at $7 corn and $14 beans and wonder why you didn't sell those numbers going into harvest!

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?

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

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