Mississippi State University scientists will cohost a collaborative field day in the Mississippi Delta on July 13 to share information about cover crops, soil and water health, and irrigation automation […] (full story)

An irrigation specialist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service has gained national recognition for his outreach related to water conservation practices. Drew Gholson received the Early Career Award in […] (full story)

FMC Launches Three Initiatives To Improve Supply Chain Performance The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) recently announced three new initiatives that will enhance assistance to shippers, further improve compliance with FMC […] (full story)

Bloomberg writers Kim Chipman, Eleanor Song, and Tarso Veloso Ribeiro reported yesterday that, “Global grain markets are at a pivot point, with prices finally starting to ease after a dizzying surge earlier this […] (full story)

Summary Widespread moderate drought and abnormal dryness continued to form and expand across a large swath of the eastern U.S. this week, with a few areas of severe drought forming […] (full story)

Drought conditions remain far more prevalent across the western CONUS than the East, though pockets of drought and more widespread abnormal dryness have expanded rapidly across the south-central CONUS, Mississippi […] (full story)

The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 initiated an escalator clause for the farm safety net’s reference price.  We evaluate how this escalator would have influenced payments by the Price Loss Coverage […] (full story)

Ya know, when you ride around for several hours a day thinking about crops and walk in cotton fields half the time, your perspective jumps around.  You think of some […] (full story)

For more than a century the US has been a dominant force in world agricultural markets. Much of that influence can be attributed to 1) a large land base amenable […] (full story)

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by Clark Kauffman The Iowa Supreme Court on Thursday made it harder for landowners to sue for damages caused by large-scale animal confinements, saying it “wrongly decided” a 2004 case on Iowa’s right-to-farm law. In a 4-3 decision, the... (full story)

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Farm Journal announces Jennifer Richter has joined the company as vice president of AgWeb. Working as part of agriculture’s No. 1 website for industry information and market activity, she will provide strategic […] (full story)

Septoria brown spot is a foliar disease caused by the fungus Septoria glycines. Most people scouting soybean in Arkansas have noticed this disease beginning in the lower canopy. It is likely […] (full story)

The University of Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center at Milan is excited to host another Milan No-Till Field Day, which is the nation’s largest no-till field day. This year, the […] (full story)

Peanut prices received by farmers for all farmer stock peanuts averaged 23.2 cents per pound for the week ending June 25, down 1.4 cents from the previous week. Marketings of […] (full story)

In this video, K-State Research and Extension weed management specialist Sarah Lancaster encourages wheat producers to plan for post-harvest weed control. “One of the things that can happen once the […] (full story)

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In this VIDEO of a recent Bloomberg TV interview, Jim Roemer shines a light on the interplay between good weather and a bad economy (full story)

PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 01-JUL-2022 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)

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Periods of high nitrogen fertilizer prices bring scrutiny to firms who make nitrogen fertilizer and retailers who sell nitrogen fertilizer. There are four major nitrogen fertilizer companies in North America. […] (full story)

In a farm in Lyon County, a study was being conducted to evaluate the management of slugs in soybeans. By mid-May a couple of slugs were found, and a laboratory […] (full story)

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With barley and wheat harvest in various stages, double-crop soybean planting will soon follow in some areas of the state. Weeds are generally less of a problem in double-crop soybean […] (full story)

As the growing season progresses, crops are growing rapidly. As a reminder, many herbicides have application restrictions related to the crop stage of growth, as well as, if the crop […] (full story)

  Market Watch and Nov Soybean Tech Talk with Alan Brugler and Austin Schroeder July 1, 2022 Implosion Last week we were bemoaning the fact that all of the commodities in our tracking table had settled lower, leaving a sea of red numbers.... (full story)

The corn disease tar spot has been confirmed in central Iowa. Iowa State University Extension plant pathologist Alison Robertson says the detection occurred June 29th in a seed company plot in Marshall County. “And it was confirmed in an... (full story)

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Positioning into the 4th of July weekend left the lean hog board mixed. Nearby futures added 47 to 87 cents and extended their premium. The other ’22 months closed 10 to 25 cents higher, as the deferred ’23 contracts ended red. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Friday was... (full story)

Cotton futures closed 26 to 164 points weaker going into the Independence Day holiday weekend. Dec contracts printed a wide 410 point range, and spent time on both sides of UNCH. July futures ended the day 26 points weaker on limited OI. There were 79 deliveries against July cotton reported... (full story)

Nearby fat cattle futures faltered into the close on Friday, leaving ~$1 on the table. Prices were still up by $0.82 to $2.02 on the day – led by the now front month August. Confirmed cash trade for the week was mostly $137 in the South and $148 in the... (full story)

July corn futures closed up by 10 3/4 cents as the delivery process is underway and OI shrinks. New crop contracts ended the day with 9 to 12 1/2 cent losses heading into the July 4th weekend. USDA reported average corn oil cash prices ranged 70.73 to 73.40 cents/lb regionally... (full story)

Going into the Independence Day holiday weekend, the wheat market fell by about 4%. Chicago futures ended the day with 32 1/2 to 38 cent losses. KC wheats closed down by 35 3/4 to 39 1/4 cents in the front months. Spring wheat futures gave back 39 1/4 to 41... (full story)

Nearby soybean futures fell 49 to 62 3/4 cents on Friday going into the July 4th holiday weekend. Meal futures were also down $10.20 to $14.90/ton on the day. Front month soybean oil futures fell by 233 to 258 points while the July dropped 425 points. B100 cash prices averaged... (full story)

CORN HIGHLIGHTS: Corn futures, after experiencing a massive decline in June, finished mixed with July gaining 10-3/4 to close at 7.54-1/2. September lost 9 cents to end the session at 6.19-3/4 and December gave up 12-1/4 cents to close at 6.07-1/2, its lowest close since late February. For the week... (full story)

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