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ADM: Employee Info Released in Error

05/20/2022 07:05 PM

Archer Daniels Midland this week filed an appeal of a May 3 ruling by a federal court in Illinois. The court ordered the release of documents in connection with the suspension of an accounting employee at the center of an ethanol markets lawsuit.

Easterday Sentencing May Be Moved Back

05/20/2022 04:05 PM

Former eastern Washington rancher Cody Easterday has asked a federal court to further delay his criminal sentencing on wire fraud in connection with a "ghost cattle" scam.

Todd's Take

05/20/2022 03:05 PM

New all-time highs for July KC wheat on Tuesday were blunted by a sharp sell-off in the stock market on Wednesday, erratic behavior that may require medication for the noncommercials involved.

Proposed Changes to Dicamba

05/20/2022 03:05 PM

Bayer has submitted voluntary new label restrictions to EPA for its dicamba herbicide, XtendiMax, and other companies may follow suit, EPA said.

Hard Winter Wheat Tour Final Results

05/19/2022 08:05 PM

The annual Wheat Quality Council's Hard Winter Wheat tour wrapped up Thursday, May 19, with a total weighted average yield estimate of 39.7 bushels per acre (bpa). The tour's final tally last year was an estimated 58.1 bpa.

Yields Drop on Day 2 of HWW Tour

05/19/2022 03:05 AM

Yields dropped on the second day of the Wheat Quality Council's Hard Winter Wheat tour on Wednesday, May 18, as scouts recorded an average weighted estimated yield of 37 bushels per acre.

DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends

05/18/2022 03:05 PM

Most retail fertilizer prices continued to be higher in the second week of May 2022 compared to a month ago. Two fertilizers, however, were slightly lower in price this week.

EPA Looks for Farmer Feedback

05/18/2022 12:05 PM

Farmers have a unique opportunity to shape future pesticide labels, as EPA rolls out its new plan to make pesticides comply with the Endangered Species Act.

Cash in on Soy Crush - 3

05/17/2022 10:05 AM

As renewable diesel demand increases, more soybeans will be needed. Here are some of the projections for soybean acreage and yield, as well as what this could mean for export numbers and challenges.

Tractor, Combines Sales Fall in April

05/13/2022 10:05 AM

It's been a tough 2022 for U.S. sales of most tractors and combines. The one bright spot is two-wheel-drive, 100-plus horsepower tractors. These units have seen a sales upswing for the year.

Cash in on Soy Crush - 2

05/13/2022 10:05 AM

A rapid expansion of soybean crush capacity is underway in the United States to meet future soybean oil demand for renewable diesel with at least 14 new soy processing projects in various stages of construction, expansion or development.

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