We’re breaking new ground to deliver fresh ideas and revamped strategies for the constantly evolving agri-marketing terrain. Join us July 20-22 | Kansas City, MO.
As the industry evolves, farmers and agribusinesses need specific data and insights at their fingertips to ensure they are able to make confident decisions. However, data alone can be cumbersome. That’s why integrating data into your AgTech software can improve usability and user experience.
This week, we’re joined by DTN editor and reporter Russ Quinn and DTN Staff reporter Todd Neeley to dig into where the infrastructure conversation has been, what the final package might look like, and what it could mean for rural life.
This week, we’ll listen to David Horsager’s presentation from the 2020 DTN Ag Summit, and take a closer look at how intangibles like trust not only matter on farms, but represent one of the most important inputs to a businesses’ success.
In this episode host Mark Flint talks with Mary Tangen, VP of Agriculture Strategic Initiatives at DTN. They talk farmers and ag tech, weather and rural broadband issues among other things.
We’ll dig into political reactions, the role of the major packers in the market, and how exports continue to impact the situation.
Gain insights into U.S. grain inventories, plus planted and harvested acreage.
Take a closer look at the slightly weakening soybean basis, at what continued dryness means for wheat, and about how Latin American weather patterns will continue to influence prices for all the major grains.
It’s been a wild year for beef markets. As the industry continues to work through the effects of a global pandemic, calls for restructuring have grown, and then a data breach at JBS has sent the sector reeling.
After a year without a crop tour, Progressive Farmer Crops Editor Matt Wilde made his way to the Southern plains with dozens of farmers, industry experts, and reporters to take part in the annual Hard Winter Wheat Tour.