Agricultural News

Ethanol, Oil Groups Look Ahead

Oil and ethanol interests alike believe the new presidential administration opens opportunities.

Dicamba Decisions - 5

Applicators alone shoulder legal responsibility for maintaining complex new buffers and avoiding spray drift with the new dicamba herbicides.

Dinneen: 'Ethanol Lifts Ag'

The ethanol industry is pulling agriculture through tough times, the head of the nation's largest ethanol interest group said Tuesday.

Todd's Take

This isn't the first time Brazil has had a record soybean crop.

In Memoriam: Marcia Zarley Taylor

This week, farmers lost one of their most intelligent, steadfast journalist supporters. Agriculture journalism lost one of its true giants.

Cash Market Moves

If recent warm weather across the country continues, the grain shipping season on U.S. waterways could see an early start this year. The warm weather also may be a temptation for farmers to start spring field work early.

Pruitt Confirmed as EPA Chief

The U.S. Senate voted 52-46 to confirm Scott Pruitt as the new administrator of the U.S. Environmental Agency.

Best Young Farmers/Ranchers-4

J.R. Shannon focuses on opportunity -- and tomorrow -- as he helps steer the family operation to a diversified future.

Dicamba Decisions - 4

A little dicamba can do a lot of damage to sensitive crops, so dicamba applicators need to budget plenty of time for thorough tank cleanouts in 2017.