DTN Ag Headlines

The Market's Fine Print
When it comes to the use of grading cameras, the spread between the best of technology and acceptable business by beef processors remains substantial.
Hold Your Horses
These therapy animals have tiny hooves and big hearts.
Food Sustainability Demands
The role of inquisitive institutional investors was a running theme at the Field to Market Agricultural Sustainability Summit this week in Kansas City, Missouri. The conference focused on the growing soil health movement as well as increased efforts within commodities to measure and establish sustainability practices.
DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Average retail fertilizer prices were a mixed bag the second week of November 2017 with the majority moving higher and a couple moving lower.
State of Fertilizer Industry
Study shows financial impact of fertilizer industry equals billions of dollars to nation's economy, as well as 495,000 jobs.
Asking States to Defend NAFTA
Farm groups are increasingly concerned the president may follow through on his desire to invoke Article 2205 of NAFTA, which allows withdrawal from the agreement within six months after providing notice to Canada and Mexico.
Critics Pan Bayer-Monsanto
Critics of agricultural consolidation on Tuesday released reports calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to reject the merger between Bayer AG and Monsanto Co.
Machinery Chatter
Progressive Farmer's Jim Patrico shares why he enjoys visiting factories, and what are some of the surprises he's already discovered while touring factories in Germany.
USDA Weekly Crop Progress
Winter wheat conditions fell slightly from the previous week, but USDA's Crop Progress report was neutral for winter wheat prices, according to DTN Analyst Todd Hultman.
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