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Lawmakers Encourage Farmers to Enroll in New Dairy Margin Coverage Program
WASHINGTON, D.C. (DTN) -- The National Milk Producers Federation expects a high rate of participation in the new Dairy Margin ...
Seed Supply Short for Cover Crops
WEST UNION, Iowa (DTN) -- Cover crop seed will be in short supply this year. Farmers and landowners need to get orders in ...
Trading Partners Question US Trade Aid
Farmers aren't the only ones wanting more details on how USDA will implement the next round of Market Facilitation Program ...
Trade, Other Concerns Ease Somewhat With Corn Price Rally
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (DTN) -- The last few weeks of price moves have changed the market outlook and put more spring in the ...
Flooding Keeps Chokehold on Barge Traffic, Stalling Grain Shipments
The long, record-breaking flooding of 2019 on the Mississippi River system has taken a toll on farmland, personal property ...
All Grains Higher at Midday
The U.S. stock market indices are firmer with the Dow 55 higher. The dollar index is 20 lower. Interest rate products are ...
Hay Demand Encourages More Alfalfa Acres
Alfalfa is returning to parts of the Southeast, after many productive stands were lost in years past due to insect pressure ...
Herding Dogs' Joints Need Extra Care
She could have gotten kicked or stepped on and bruised, but there could also be more serious issues. She really needs to be ...
Soybeans Push Higher as Rains Keep Falling
July corn closed up 1 3/4 cents per bushel and December corn was up 5 cents. July soybeans closed up 16 cents and November soybeans were up 16 cents. July KC wheat closed down 3/4 cent, July Chicago ...
Corn Rally Keeping Feeders Under Pressure
August feeder cattle prices peaked in mid-April after an extended winter and rough calving season. Since then it's been all ...
Diesel in the Coolant
DTN/The Progressive Farmer's Ask The Mechanic Columnist Steve Thompson answers readers' mechanical questions. You can read ...
Sharply Higher Grains as Wet Weather Persists
6:00 a.m. CME Globex: July corn is up 8 3/4 cents per bushel, July soybeans are up 16 1/2 cents, and July KC wheat is up 8 ...