Friday will be another rainy day from the Southern Plains north to the Great Lakes, with flood potential again in the western Midwest. » More DTN Weather Commentary
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SD Shipper: "No Train, No Grain"
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Grain Markets: Weekly Analysis
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IL July Temps vs. Corn Ear Weights
Change in Soybean Crop Conditions vs. Yield Revisions
July 2014 Precipitation in Top Corn States
DTN Ag Policy Blog
EPA Water Rule Starts in the Ephemeral Streams
Looking at Base Acre Decisions Facing Farmers
Report: U.S. Lost WTO Ruling
Minding Ag's Business
Land Costs Hamper US Competitiveness
Help for Farm Program Homework
Debate Rages Over APH Forgiveness
DTN Ag Weather Forum
Canada Harvest Ramps Up Under Favorable Conditions
Where Have the 90-Degree Days Gone?
Frost And Farm Progress Show
DTN Ethanol Blog
Biodiesel D4 RINs Range-bound as Market Awaits Final RVO
Ethanol futures Rally on Tighter Stocks
Chicago Ethanol Supply Cited as Argo Spot Prices Rally
DTN Production Blog
Filling Out a Big Crop
The Trouble With Time
Harrington's Sort & Cull
The Lost Grills of Labor Day?
South America Calling
Brazil's Rising Soy Costs
For Brazil, Fertilizer Self-Sufficiency Remains a Distant Dream
Brazilian Cotton Area to Slide on Prices
An Urban’s Rural View
"It Doesn't Sound Like Something I Should Eat"
A Modest Proposal For a Healthier Tractor
How New Cash Crops Emerge
Launch Season After the Gold Rush
ET Gauges Help Schedule Irrigation; Nebraska is No. 1!!
Polaris Rolls 2015 Side-by-Sides, New ACE models
Elevator Grain Inventories Above Average Prior to Harvest
Alberta Trims Crop Ratings on Hot, Dry Weather
Field Day Observances
Some Moisture Stress Made Less by Cooler Temps
Leapfrog to Harvest
All indications point to a large global wheat crop this year. The most recent USDA report forecast global production at a record 716.09 million metric tonnes, up almost 11 mmt or 1.5% from last year's crop. Sounds bearish? Perhaps not so.