Reconsidering USDA’s Corn Projections By Todd Hubbs ...

The USDA’s WASDE report released on May 10 contained updated balance sheet projections for U.S. corn during the current marketing year and the 2019-20...

Field crop farmers need wildlife damage compensation too, By Mark Reusser, Vice President, Ontario...

By Mark Reusser, Vice President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture Wildlife damage to livestock and crops continues to plague farmers. From coyotes attacking flocks of sheep...

Crop Insurance Loss Ratios in 2018, By Gary Schnitkey, Department of Agricultural and Consumer...

Most 2018 payments on Federal crop insurance products have now been entered into the Risk Management Agency’s (RMA’s) record system and losses for 2018...

Building a stronger partnership for Ontario agriculture By Keith Currie, President, Ontario Federation of...

Last week’s provincial budget announcement provided Ontarians plenty of material to sift through. From budget cuts to investment promises, the government appeared to include...

Corn Fundamentals Showing Weakness By Todd Hubbs, Department of...

Corn price held steady last week after the bearish WASDE report projected a 200 million bushel increase in 2018-19 ending stocks.  At 2.035 billion...

2018 County Corn and Soybean Yields: Exceptional Yields in Central Illinois and the Eastern...

On a national basis, corn and soybean yields were near record-breaking levels in 2018, with exceptional yields in central Illinois and the eastern United...

Dead Zones & Drinking Water: Updates on Waters of the U.S., Part 2 By...

he preceding article discussed a lawsuit under the Clean Water Act that will be heard by the Supreme Court (farmdoc daily, March 21, 2019). ...

Should Soybeans be Planted before Corn?

By Horst Bohner, OMAFRA Soybean Specialist. Early planting has been adopted as a management strategy to achieve maximum yield in modern soybean production. There is...

Spring Acreage in Focus By Todd Hubbs ...

Uncertainty on trade issues and the subsequent price movements associated with speculation on the topic added a degree of difficulty to acreage decisions this...

Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO) for 2019 By Gary Schnitkey ,Department of Agricultural and Consumer...

Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO) was created after the passage of the 2014 Farm Bill.  Before 2019, most farmers in the Midwest could not use...

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