Of all the challenges your family ag business faces conflict can be the most destructive. It creates stress in both business and family interactions, generating uncertainty about the future. If not handled properly, it can unwind decades of financial and organizational progress. Lance Woodbury Family business consultant & professional mediator shares exercises for peaceful conflict management and will respond to your questions.
Pay raises don’t always reflect what employees value most. Spend your dollars on perks and practices that can matter more in motivating and retaining key workers. Learn more with these great insights from our friends at AgHires and Lanehaven Farms.
DTN senior analyst Darin Newsom will take a look at the long list of USDA reports including final 2016 production numbers and December quarterly stocks. These numbers will be incorporated into a quarterly market outlook for corn, soybeans and wheat.
Join Senior Ag Meteorologist Bryce Anderson as he reviews and analysis of conditions and the forecast for La Nina, the U.S., and South America. Highlights will include drought prospects for the Corn Belt and Southeast along with prospects for the final stages of the growing season in Brazil and Argentina.
Selling fertilizer in a forward position is an essential part of your business. For many this means manually tracking orders in spreadsheets — which takes considerable time and can lead to errors. Join our own Chris Carl to learn how you can ditch the spreadsheets with DTN Register — giving you more time to focus on sales.
The markets are down and while the USDA is forecasting a huge corn crop, some producers aren’t seeing the yields that everyone is talking about. Join our own Mary Tangen to learn how DTN MarketVision™ can help improve your pre-harvest marketing plan.
Join industry-renowned DTN Senior Analyst Darin Newsom for his analysis of the June 30 USDA reports. He'll examine old-crop ending wheat stocks, quarterly on-hand corn and soybeans stocks, and updated spring acreage estimates plus what these numbers will likely mean for the grains markets.
Know what the current, peaking El Nino will mean for the rest of the South America growing season and its potential impact on 2016 U.S. crop weather. Join our top forecaster, DTN senior ag meteorologist Bryce Anderson and Chief Science Officer Jeff Johnson to learn more.
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