An admitted skeptic tips his hat to Leonardo of Pisa, a.k.a. Fibonacci.
The Progressive Farmer's Jim Patrico, who traveled to Cuba last fall, looks at what the Trump administration is saying about U.S. and Cuba and how this might affect agriculture in the two countries.
By the Numbers06/21/2017
When most farmers look at their financial ratios, they analyze either their trends over time or relative to benchmarks. But it's also helpful to dig into what is driving their bottom line and to do "what if" analysis to see the impact different changes would have.
Nebraska Wants WOTUS Rewrite06/20/2017
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and other state officials say they support a rewrite of the waters of the United States rule that considers state authority.
The Market's Fine Print06/20/2017
President Donald Trump helped engineer the opening of the biggest export market the U.S. beef industry will ever see. That's not bad for someone who orders his steak well-done with ketchup, says DTN Livestock Analyst John Harrington.
USDA Weekly Crop Progress06/20/2017
Spring wheat conditions continued to drop significantly last week, while conditions for corn, soybeans and winter wheat held mostly steady from the previous week.
Give It the N Test06/19/2017
Heavy rains pushed through the Corn Belt earlier this spring in several different weather fronts. Corn producers may be wondering if some already applied nitrogen fertilizer may not be available to their young plants.
Hope, Pastures Return06/19/2017
As pastures recover in the Texas Panhandle after March 6 wildfires, ranchers such as Steve Rader carefully plan on how to rebuild their herds.
Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy06/19/2017
Cover crops: Do they tie up or bank nitrogen in the spring? It all depends.