USDA released a surprise drop to corn acres in its latest acreage report. Now with all eyes on the weather forecast, what will it take to push corn prices closer to $4? Chip Flory and Chip Nellinger weigh in.
USDA June acreage report showed U.S. farmers planted 92 million acres of corn in 2020, which is 5 million acres less than March. Some analysts say this could be a game changer for the corn market short-term.
Portions of the Corn Belt received rain over the past weeks, with more chances in the forecast. So, is a weather market over this year? U.S. Farm Report analysts Mark Gold and Naomi Blohm discuss the possibility.
A Farm Journal survey found nearly half of farmers have reservations about allowing sales reps and other input suppliers on farms, and some in agriculture think it's changing the way agriculture does business.
North Dakota farmers are still trying to harvest last year’s crop while running out of time to plant this year. RRFN and Advance Trading did a boots on the ground tour, reporting on the challenges they saw.
As farmers wait for the 9th Circuit Court's next move, plaintiffs in the dicamba case say EPA going against the court and issuing its own guidance proves EPA is working for chemical companies, not farmers.
2020 may not be the year the ethanol industry wanted for demand, but the situation looks more promising for 2021. U.S. Farm Report analysts discuss the grim demand picture today, but how a recovery could be ahead.