Growth on the front end of soybean production is essential; however, what appears as a growthier plant doesn't always guarantee more bushels. To take a closer look at this theory, Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferr
Stubbornly record-high corn prices in Brazil, the world's No. 2 exporter of the grain, are compelling pork producers to slaughter sows they cannot afford to feed and poultry processors to close plants.
January has arrived. Traditionally this is the time of year when people reflect on the year past and also think about changes that could be made in the New Year to move them toward their goals. As you make plans for thi
The grain and soy markets are range trading. Nearby corn futures seem to be consolidating their January rally culminating in last Friday's seemingly decisive push above pivotal 40-day moving average resistance.
CropLife America (CLA), the association representing the crop protection industry in the United States, welcomes the Core Assessment Group of Pesticide Residue's science- and risk-based assessment, which confirms prior
If we keep pouring more CO2 into the air, will crops fail, or benefit? A new study tries to disentangle this complex question. It suggests that while greater warmth will reduce yields of some crops, higher CO2 could hel