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Purdue agricultural educators and economists had some great news for eastern Indiana farmers this week regarding corn production and land management practices. Indiana's corn crop is expected to set a record, says, Chris Hurt, agricultural economist
Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail Video Economy Pedestrians walk past a Lululemon Athletica store in New York. Reuters Market View In the Chicago futures markets, the new-crop December corn contract tumbled more than 3 per cent after the report,
Miss. A Stoneville researcher's work to eliminate a particularly pernicious corn pest has attracted international collaboration...Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service, and Cesare Accinelli, a microbiologist with the University of
Louisiana's large corn crop is looking good as the harvest begins, thanks to well-timed rain and a reasonably early planting. The state could have a second record yield in a row, an expert said. About 10 to 15 percent of Louisiana's corn had been
Western Kentucky farmer Brian Shouse has a thriving corn crop heading into the crucial push toward harvest season a big turnaround from a year ago when a punishing stretch of triple-digit heat and drought led to stunted yields across the state.
Department of Agriculture has slightly lowered its estimate of the corn crop, reflecting late planting in the Corn Belt caused by a wet spring. Farmers are now expected to harvest 13.95 billion bushels, 55 million fewer bushels than predicted in June.
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago The U.S. Department of Agriculture says farmers will come through with the predicted corn crop despite the Midwest's wet spring that delayed planting. Some states _ including Michigan, Nebraska and
The corn crop in China, the second-largest grower, is poised to set a fourth straight annual record next year while imports jump to an all-time high, a survey of domestic analysts and researchers shows. Inbound shipments may more than double to 7
Iowa (AP) Corn farmers are feeling the impact of a cool, wet spring but are still expected to bring in a record crop this year...Department of Agriculture says in its monthly report released Wednesday that farmers are expected to bring in 14 billion
Midwest say they are burdened with the opposite problem this spring as the one they endured in 2012 with too much water this time around. Last year, a serous drought had set in by June and that did not even reverse itself until the early season of