While 2021 was a challenging year for many reasons, exports were a bright spot for U.S. agriculture.
With corn finally reaching expectations, the commodity is once again on track for export projections.
South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension encourages cattle feeders and backgrounders from South Dakota and surrounding states to attend this year's Feedlot Shortcourse.
With just 16 weeks left in the 2020-2021 marketing year, ag economist Brian Hoops said that soybeans are exceeding expectations as the growing season rolls on.
Corn, soybeans and wheat remain steady as ethanol production jumps from last year numbers.
The next-generation beef producers is getting hands-on experience in cattle marketing and conducting a major bull sale. At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, professor Matt Spangler teaches a cattle merchandising class each spring that culminates in a bull sale, which is set for April 10 th…
Corn, soybeans and wheat are all underpacing the current USDA export projections with none of them being altered coming into January.