|Fire Sweeps Across Oklahoma
Two large, still-burning wildfires have already killed at least two people and burned thousands of acres of land and destroyed several homes and ranches in Oklahoma.
Ag's HR Coach
High-performing farm teams all have one factor in common -- trust.
Blizzard Hits Spring Calves
A spring blizzard that blasted much of South Dakota late last week and this past weekend killed some livestock, though total losses are not yet known.
Cash Market Moves
A Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) strike scheduled to start April 21 was postponed late April 20. Meanwhile, the U.S. river system is still working through high water issues.
USDA Crop Progress
Corn planting remains well behind average as of April 22, but soybean planting is starting out on an average pace, according to USDA's NASS.
Corn and soybean prices have traded higher in 2018 but are approaching an important change of season.
If you've missed your preferred corn planting window, here are some adjustments to consider.
Cow-Calf Profit Analysis
Adjusting feed costs can yield a quick improvement to an operation's bottom line.
Grassley: Replacing Pruitt Not Easy
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is scheduled to appear before a U.S. House of Representatives committee this week to talk about the agency budget, but he is expected to be questioned on a number of other issues.