Multi-Species Grazing Touted
Ranchers willing to graze multiple species of livestock -- usually cattle and sheep and or goats -- can see a financial advantage as well as improved range and pasture conditions. However, the grazing system requires more management and may have some stigma attached.
Cash Market Moves
The Senate recently passed a bill that would extend the electronic logging device (ELD) waiver for livestock haulers and live insect haulers by one year. However, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety and the Trucking Alliance oppose any waivers to the mandate.
Ethanol Margin Improves on USDA Report
The latest round of USDA crop estimates last week helped to improve the profit margins of DTN's hypothetical ethanol plant.
USDA Reports Update
USDA on Friday released its latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports.
DDG Weekly Update
The DTN domestic dried distillers grains prices were higher this past week at an average of $138 per ton for the week-ended Aug. 9.
Bt Battle Strategy
The goal is to extend the lifespan of current Bt proteins and protect the lone remaining Bt trait with no documented insect resistance in the U.S. -- Vip3A.
Dicamba Decision Time
A difficult decision looms for the Environmental Protection Agency as registrations for dicamba herbicides used with tolerant crops face a critical deadline.
USDA Reports Preview
With U.S. corn in dough stage and soybeans setting pods, USDA will reveal the findings of its first farm surveys of 2018 and post new yield estimates for row crops when it releases its latest Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates reports on Friday.
Court Orders Chlorpyrifos Use Canceled
A judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said in his opinion it was time to stop the EPA's "patent evasion."

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