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Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Soybeans Higher, Grains Lower in Overnight Trading Soybeans were higher while grains were lower in overnight trading. President Donald Trump has said that a trade deal with China is... (full story)


Byline: Bill Spiegel For the first time in 3 generations, the Martin land near Wyanet, Illinois was available for purchase. Buyers were ready.  At auction September 26 was 294.7 acres of high-quality Bureau County,... (full story)


iStock: Ekkasit919 Byline: Megan Vollstedt Anticipating the next technology, regulation, weather event, or economic downturn is the norm in agriculture. During the eighth annual Women in... (full story)


Byline: Megan Vollstedt In a diverse group of ag industry professionals, “AI” might mean: artificial intelligence, avian influenza, or artificial insemination. This was the case during a panel discussion between... (full story)


Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Grains, Soybeans Decline in Overnight Trading Grains and soybeans were lower in overnight trading after INTL FCStone raised its forecast for corn yield from its previous outlook. ... (full story)


Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Wheat Rises as Adverse Weather Threatens Spring Crop; Soybeans Jump Wheat futures were again higher in overnight trading as adverse weather threatens the spring crop in North Dakota and... (full story)


Byline: Gil Gullickson Like many farm kids, Jerod McDaniel spent his youth fixing fence, working cattle, and driving tractors. He also straddled the world of a town kid, though, riding bikes and hanging out at the local... (full story)


Photo: Harlen Persinger Byline: Lisa Foust Prater While women are perfectly capable of performing as well as men in any role on the farm, there are some health and safety risks that either apply... (full story)


Photography: Mitch Kezar Byline: Lisa Foust Prater Just hearing the phrase “confined spaces” is enough to send anyone with claustrophobia into a panic. Regardless of how farmers feel about being in... (full story)


Byline: Lisa Foust Prater Rural Americans are at a greater risk of opioid addiction and suicide than their urban counterparts. It’s important for everyone to pay attention to those around them, be aware of the signs that... (full story)


National Pork Board Byline: Successful Farming Staff The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of the Army announced today that the agencies are repealing a 2015 rule that... (full story)


Flickr: chumlee10 Byline: Jerry Perkins Exports of U.S. ethanol could set another record this year, according to Mike Dwyer, chief economist for the U.S. Grains Council. U.S. ethanol exports... (full story)


AOosthuizen, iStockphoto.com Byline: Mike McGinnis 1. Ag Markets Trade Lower, As Bears Tighten Their Grip In overnight trading, December corn futures are ¼¢ lower at $3.55; March futures are... (full story)


Byline: Megan Vollstedt The Women in Agribusiness Demeter Award of Excellence showcases women who have achieved excellence in their field and have exhibited an outstanding contribution to the agribusiness industry. The... (full story)


Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Soybeans, Corn Rise Overnight as Trade Tensions Ease Soybeans and corn were higher in overnight trading amid cooling tensions between the U.S. and China. Gao Feng, a spokesman for... (full story)