Farmers are in a constant battle to balance things such as water: not
too much and not enough can both cause problems.
See . FView From the Cab...
Brazil's governors want the farm giant to become self-sufficient in
fertilizer production but a lack of recoverable reserves makes this a pipe
dream for potash.
See DTN Ag News. BBrazil's Potash Outlook...
Corn planters were rolling hard in the past week as producers now
have 71% of the crop in the ground, up 43 percentage points from this time last
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Weekly Crop Progress ...
The White House largely praised the Senate farm legislation Monday,
pointing to the bill's savings while saying the legislation also "makes
meaningful progress toward support of the administration's goals" in several
areas. On the floor Monday, Sen. John McCain kicked off debate by challenging
premium subsidies for crop insurance.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Farm Bill Floor Debate Begins...
Despite complaints from Canada and Mexico, USDA has moved ahead with
attempts to rewrite its rule following a trade case in the WTO against the U.S.
that concluded USDA's original label discriminated against livestock from other
countries. Canada has threatened to offer a list of U.S. products for
retaliatory tariffs if the new rule goes into effect.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Faces COOL Deadline...