Mild weather is giving the 2019 corn crop a chance to make it to the finish line, supported by satellite-data yield models.
Dairy farmer returns to MyDTN. Learn how one producer found out free isn’t always better.
DTN is at the Big Iron Farm Show, September 10-12. The show strives to educate farmers with the latest cutting-edge ag products, equipment, technology and services.
Join us at Husker Harvest Days, September 10-12. Get fresh ideas, see the best in agriculture, and reset and recharge for 2020.
Join us at the DTN 2019 Ag Summit, December 9-11, in Chicago, for agriculture’s premier business conference.
September 4, 2019 12:00 p.m. – Join DTN Lead Analyst Todd Hultman as he explains basic tips on how to get higher prices for your crops.
Know about threats to your cattle up to 72 hours in advance with DTN Cattle Stress Index.
Today, we bring you a story about Lucy, a pure-bred Golden Retriever who shared her first home with University of Illinois fraternity brothers, and Pam Smith, DTN Crops Technology Senior Editor.
Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler” has been on my mind a lot this season. With the way the weather and markets have been behaving, every choice you make regarding your crops can feel like a roll of the dice. It takes a bit of experience and good information to know when “to hold’em and when to fold’em.” But regardless of what
Barron’s: There Is Turmoil in Agriculture. Here’s What Investors Need to Know. Volatility in the ag markets isn’t great for investors, as it makes it more difficult to value stocks tied to agriculture.