On the second day of the Hard Winter Wheat Quality Tour 2016, scouts traveling through southwest Kansas found an average yield of 49.3 bu. per acre, up from 34.5 bu. per acre in 2015 and the five-year average of 35.9 bu.
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USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, cool weather is slowing evaporation rates and limiting a return to widespread fieldwork, following recent rainfall. "In addition, rain is still falling acr
Tour participates on this year's 2016 Hard Red Winter Tour says yield potential for this year's crop was higher than they expected and disease pressure was lower than expected. The three-day average was 48.6 bu.
First quarter 2016 beef and pork exports came in 2% above year-ago after a solid showing in March. According to USDA data compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) beef exports of 89,482 MT in March were 3% abo
Hello Pro Farmer Members! USDA will release its first "official" 2016-17 balance sheets as part of its May 10 Supply & Demand Report. USDA released new-crop baseline projections at its Outlook Forum in
Soybean futures posted strong gains Friday and were working on slight gains for the week after it looked like it would be a "down" week following sharp losses Thursday. Late-season South American crop struggles
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, warmth continues to spread across the upper Midwest, promoting an acceleration of corn and soybean planting and other spring fieldwork. "Cool weather linge
As of March 31, Statistics Canada reports total stocks of Canadian wheat, canola and soybeans were lower compared with the same date in 2015. Meanwhile, total stocks of corn for grain, barley and oats increased year over