Much of the trade focus has been on China. However, the United States agricultural industry could be at a significant tariff disadvantage starting April 1 and it has nothing to do with China.
New computer model from Texas A&M uses decades of data to help producers predict wheat forage success.
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says a pattern of snow and cold could bring more wintry weather soon.
Sunshine also helped kick-start feeder markets, at least for stocker calves.
Sunshine finally appeared late last week raising hopes that Oklahoma will dry out and get summer crop harvest and wheat pasture grazing back on track.
The amount of moisture received across the US southern high plains since October has been ridiculously low. Forecasters warn of intensifying drought and wheat crop losses.
On his west-central Missouri farm, Kyle Grumke and his father Ross employ cover crops on every one of their 550 owned acres
Temperatures seen 15 to 25 degrees below normal, NWS says.
What should have been good news for the grain and oilseed markets ended up having the opposite effect as we ended the week down, sharply down some cases says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group.