Original Article Todd Gleason talks with University of Illinois ag economist Gary Schnitkey about cash rents. As it stands today farmers on highly productive land in central Illinois are likely to loose about $70 for every cash rented acre planted to corn. ...
The nation could be running on a lot more biodiesel in future. The latest U.S. EPA proposal would firmly set a path to create a second biofuels industry in the United States. The United States Environmental Protection Agency, by the authority of congress, s...
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Setting the record straight on Monsanto’s collaboration with Tekmira | B...
Monsanto's partnership with Tekmira is focused on agricultural formulation technology, not vaccines for Ebola disease.
USDA Quarterly Hogs & Pigs Report - March 28, 2014
USDA has released the March 2014 Quarterly Hogs & Pigs report. It, by most accounts, shows more inventory than the trade expected. However,
Reports Continue to Support Corn & Soybean Prices
March is one of four months that contain an unusually large number of USDA reports. These, as you'll hear from University of Illinois Ag Eco
Cost to Produce Corn and Soybeans in Illinois-2013
In 2013, the total of all economic costs per acre for growing corn in Illinois averaged $1,033 in the northern section, $966 in the central