With over 1 billion bushels of corn still unharvested, Tuesday's
World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report is not likely to tell us
much we don't already know. There may be a few tweaks to demand and
international wheat crop estimates, but don't expect lower row-crop estimates
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Reports Preview...
The DTN 2019 Ag Summit kicked off Monday in Chicago with Luke
Chandler, chief economist at Deere and Co., offering a look at macroeconomic
trends and risks facing producers. Crop prices have largely flatlined over the
past five years as production has increased around the world. There are a few
areas of potential demand opportunities that could develop, especially in Asia.
See DTN Ag News. BSearching for Demand Drivers...
Some state regulators are worn down after managing three consecutive
years of off-target dicamba movement.
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With 18 candidates running for president and campaigning across the
nation, Iowa right now is the center of attention for a core group who see the
state's first-in-the-nation caucuses on Feb. 3 as the critical starting point
in the Democratic primaries.
See DTN Ag News. BAddressing Ag Issues in Iowa...
Eight percent of corn was left to harvest as of Sunday, Dec. 8, USDA
NASS reported in what it said would be the last Crop Progress report issued for
the 2019 season.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Weekly Crop Progress...