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WASHINGTON —   Members of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee are considering how to help farmers struggling with rising costs for fertilizer, fuel, seeds and chemicals — the unfortunate harvest of the war in Ukraine, strains on the global supply system, inflation and severe weather. A panel of the committee heard from agricultural economists Thursday, as lawmakers debate […]

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High prices for corn have been very good for producers, however, they have started to take a toll on demand. But with that said, the U.S. is s…

The canola market has followed the entire vegetable oil market recently in finally letting off some steam from the run up in prices in recent …

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As unusual weather patterns and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine continue to alter spring planting and the wheat market, wheat futures continue…

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