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Agriculture Online 04/02/2020 09:24
Out of the $23.5 billion earmarked for agriculture in the latest coronavirus relief package, “I think at least $9 billion will be going to livestock producers,” said Senate Agriculture Chairman Pat Roberts on Wednesday. During a interview, the Kansas Republican also said that Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue would disburse coronavirus funds before deciding if a new round of trade war payments is needed. “Our cattle feeders have been hit very hard,” said Roberts. Futures prices for major commodities, including corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle, and hogs, fell sharply as the coronavirus spread worldwide. Wheat has recovered somewhat. Meanwhile, a group of small-farm advocates wrote Perdue to “urge you to ensure that farmers and ranchers who hav.
Agriculture Online 04/02/2020 09:16
The milk cooperative Dairy Farmers of America has entered into an agreement to buy most of milk processor Dean Foods’ assets as part of the latter’s bankruptcy proceedings. The $433 million deal for 44 of Dean’s facilities was Tuesday despite earlier indications that the two parties may have been walking away from a deal. If the merger is approved, DFA will be both the largest milk supplier and the largest milk processor in the country. “This is a merger that is going to be harmful to consumers and to dairy farmers,” said Peter Carstensen, an emeritus law professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a former antitrust attorney at the Department of Justice. “Consumers in some regions of the country … are very, very likely to face hig.
Agriculture Online 04/01/2020 09:22
Spooked by the China-U.S. trade war, American farmers say they will plant so much corn that production could near 16 billion bushels for the first time. “We’ll be swimming in corn,” said economist Todd Hubbs of the University of Illinois. Growers also could reap the fourth-largest soybean crop on record as plantings of the two dozen principal U.S. crops rebound from the rainiest spring in a quarter century in 2019, when a record 19.6 million acres went unsown. Mammoth corn and soybean harvests would depress market prices into fall 2021 and possibly beyond. Some 319 million acres will be planted to the principal crops, from corn, soybeans, and wheat to lentils and chickpeas, this year — up 5% from last year, according to USDA estimates relea.
Agriculture Online 03/31/2020 16:41
Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) has been a scourge to soybean farmers for several decades. The good news is soybean varieties that resist SCN have been a way for farmers to manage it. The bad news is SCN is resisting these varieties, since 95% of them share the same resistance source—PI 88788. Fortunately, new sources of resistance are on the way, as the following story by The SCN Coalition shows.Its goal is to increase soybean farmers’ profit potential and realize higher yields. Partners in The SCN Coalition include university scientists from 28 states and Ontario, grower checkoff organizations including the North Central Soybean Research Program, United Soybean Board and several state soybean promotion boards, and corporate partners including.
Agriculture Online 03/31/2020 12:22
As many farmers and applicators are working from home and practicing safe social distancing, Bayer is offering dicamba training online for the 2020 growing season. Bayer officials say online training options provide the same level of certification for the use of over-the-topdicamba chemistries like XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology, a restricted use pesticide, as farmers receive in person — while keeping attendees safe from the risk of exposure to COVID-19 and spreading the infection within their communities. "These are clearly unique times," said Alex Zenteno, dicamba product manager at Bayer, in a Bayer news release.
Agriculture Online 03/31/2020 11:59
BASF has received Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registration for Alite 27 herbicide for use in select counties across Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, South Dakota, and Tennessee. Alite 27 herbicide is the first and only group 27 herbicide (4-hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase, HPPD) available for use in soybeans as part of the LibertyLink GT27 soybean trait system. Research by Stratus Ag shows that nearly 75% of growers nationwide are dealing with glyphosate-resistant weeds in their fields, and of those growers, 58% are experiencing resistance to other modes of action.
Agriculture Online 03/30/2020 19:12
Cheryl Skjolaas begins her day about 4:30 in her kitchen command center. As the national chair of the (EDEN), she spends mornings reviewing emails and correspondence throughout the network in addition to her role with the University of Wisconsin Extension system. Early mornings have been a necessity since her workload has increased exponentially with the current pandemic associated with COVID-19. Once the rest of the world wakes up, it’s on to hours of video conferencing, emails, and conference calls – all to ensure the EDEN is serving its purpose: ensuring current, trusted information is in the hands of local county Extension offices. Chances are you may never have heard of EDEN. Started in 1993, the network’s primary goal is to use curren.
Agriculture Online 03/30/2020 15:56
Nuseed has announced it has entered into an agreement with ADM for crushing and processing of Nuseed’s proprietary Omega-3 Canola in the United States. It’s the first land-based source of DHA nutrients, which are essential omega-3 fatty acids for human health. The first scaled crush of the grain harvested by Montana and North Dakota contract growers is anticipated in the second quarter of 2020. “This agreement ensures the highest level of stewardship is maintained from production on-farm through to processing into oil for end-use markets,” said Brent Zacharias, Nuseed group executive, in a news release. “ADM is a global leader in human and animal nutrition and a world leading agricultural and processing company.”“The ADM crush agreement is.
Agriculture Online 03/30/2020 14:00
INDIANOLA, Iowa -- Tuesday's USDA March Prospective Planting Report could easily be overshadowed by the world’s attention given to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Tomorrow, the USDA will release its first farmer survey-based look at this spring’s planting intentions at 11:00am CT. The general consensus is that U.S. farmers will plant significantly more corn, and more soybeans vs. a year ago. The trade expects the USDA to estimate 2020 corn planting acreage at 94.32 million, about what the USDA forecasted in its February Ag Outlook Forum, and way above the USDA’s final estimate of acreage in 2019 at 89.7 million. For soybeans, the trade expects an acreage estimate, tomorrow, at 84.8 million vs. the USDA’s Ag Outlook estimate of 85.0 million and th.
Agriculture Online 03/27/2020 18:14
INDIANOLA, Iowa -- The gloom and doom of the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to keep uncertainty in the agricultural finance sector at a high level. Nick Paulson, University of Illinois farmdoc expert says that the COVID-19 coronavirus is compounding problems in the already tough ag economy. With the U.S. jobless claims jumping to 3.283 million, from last week's U.S. data, that kind of economic activity is not helping sentiment. In Central Illinois alone, grain farmers are seeing an erosion of liquidity and solvency (debt-to-asset ratio), according to Paulson. From 2003 to 2012, the amount of leverage that central Illinois farmers held trended downward. Since then farmers have been adding leverage and it continues, this year, the farmdoc exp.
Agriculture Online 03/27/2020 14:53
Agricultural companies have revamped their operations with the advent of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Here’s an example of how three firms—Syngenta, Corteva Agriscience, and Koch Agronomic Services—have revamped their operations. Syngenta. Supply Chain and Operations. * Maintaining the supply chain, which has had minimal impact on our ability to serve our customers with continued supply reliability. * Implementing contingency plans at Syngenta production locations and with suppliers to ensure continued operation without disruption. * Increasing distribution capacity, adjusting hours of operations and positioning our inventory to replenish product from alternative locations should the need arise. * Ensuring customer service and logistics or.
Agriculture Online 03/27/2020 12:27
Farmers seeking to find any good news revolving around the new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) will find some regarding 2020 supplies of seed, agricultural chemicals, and fertilizer. In most cases, supplies should be adequate and even plentiful. “We had all inventory in place before this started,” says Charles Baron, cofounder and chief information officer of Farmers Business Network, a San Carlos, California, firm that sells farm inputs online. “We already had sourced material coming in from foreign sources, and we have them in our U.S. facilities.”“We don’t see any supply disruptions for N (nitrogen), P (phosphorus), or K (potassium),” says Jeff Tarsi, vice president of North American operations for Nutrien. “We have a vast amount of.
Agriculture Online 03/27/2020 09:19
Now that we are in an economic recession, how do we keep that from spiraling into a depression similar to the 1930s? Nouriel Roubini, professor of economics at New York University (NYU) Stern School of Business, is a leading expert on risk and global economic policy and a consultant to many of the largest financial institutions in the world. He shares these 10 points about the current COVID-19 situation:. 1. This recession will be more severe than the global financial crisis in 2007-09. If we don’t get a handle on COVID-19 in the U.S., we could be looking at a depression similar to the 1930s, says Roubini. 2. The difference with this situation is timing. This global economic shock is faster and more severe than the global financial crisis of.
Agriculture Online 03/27/2020 09:07
The lower rental rates set in the 2018 farm law for the Conservation Reserve may be discouraging enrollment in the program to idle fragile farmland. The said on Thursday that it had accepted for entry 9 of every 10 acres offered in the recently completed “general” signup, for a total of 3.4 million acres — 2 million fewer acres than will leave the reserve this fall. “It does seem to show that the rental rate caps matter,” said Pat Westhoff, director of the FAPRI think tank at the University of Missouri. Much of the incoming land is in wheat states. The top states for acceptances were Texas, at 540,481 acres, Kansas (436,120 acres), Colorado (435,455 acres), Washington State (277,533 acres), and Iowa (267,182 acres). Congress raised the enro.
Agriculture Online 03/27/2020 07:43
COVID-19 concerns persisted this week with almost every area of agriculture affected by the virus. Outside of COVID-19 coverage, the Successful Farming staff wrote articles about women in agriculture, a country singer, and more. If you missed anything from last week, follow the link below. Read more:. The COVID-19 virus and U.S. agriculture's supply chain concerns. DES MOINES, Iowa --If they said it once, they said it 20 times during a one-hour webinar, "The U.S. food supply chain is the biggest concern, right now, in this fight against the COVID-19 virus.".
Agriculture Online 03/26/2020 17:03
Located near Montello, Wisconsin, Eric Coddington returned to the family farm after college to work alongside his father. Coddington took a hiatus to gain his degree from Iowa State University in agronomy, graduating in 2017. Two years after graduation, Coddington reunited fulltime with the farm he grew up on. While his dad possesses decades of experience, Coddington bounces new ideas and potential improvements off his dad. As a young, passionate farmer, Coddington spoke with Successful Farming to breakdown his family’s farm and agriculture in general. Q: How did your passion for agriculture start? A: My dad told me farming has been in my blood since the day that I was born. It seemed like from a young age I loved being outside and being on.
Agriculture Online 03/26/2020 09:50
Wholesale beef prices have jumped to record levels, as shoppers stockpile meat in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. But this run on beef isn’t helping cattle ranchers. On the contrary, cattle prices have plummeted since January, putting many ranchers on the brink of collapse. “It’s never been worse. The futures market is crashing … and box beef prices are skyrocketing. It’s nuts,” says rancher Mike Callicrate of St. Francis, Kansas. Callicrate and other ranchers say this illogical price collapse reflects meatpackers’ monopoly power to set cattle prices. Before this shock, the top four beef packers already faced litigation and a Department of Agriculture investigation for alleged collusion and price-fixing. Lawmakers from both par.
Agriculture Online 03/25/2020 17:13
The average acre of Iowa cropland has increased in value 0.1% for the period September 2019 to March, 2020, the Realtors Land Institute - Iowa Chapter reports in its March 2020 Land Trends and Values Survey, released March 25. According to the survey of farmland realtors, Average Quality cropland throughout the state is valued at $7,119 per acre in March – up from $7,111 per acre in September.

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