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Farmers start to make late planting adjustments

A soybean and small grains agronomist says the number one factor in loss of soybean yield is late planting date. Ohio State University’s Laura Lindsey says about 12 percent of the state’s soybeans still need to be planted. “As we enter, into more mid June,... Read More.

U.S. Treasury adjustments to proposed rule benefit biogas

The U.S. Department of Treasury has agreed to revise a proposed rule to help benefit the production of biogas. Earlier this month, Congresswoman Nikki Budzinski of Illinois and Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio sent a letter urging the department to revise its rule that excludes... Read More.

USDA makes adjustments to South American outlooks

The USDA has lowered its corn and soybean production estimates for Brazil. That follows planting delays in many key growing areas caused by weather, primarily hot, dry conditions in central portions and excessively wet conditions in the south. The USDA currently has Brazil’s... Read More.