Karen Johnson of Avoca, Iowa, started planting corn late Saturday and
had about 170 acres seeded by late Sunday. Meanwhile, in Madison, Fla., rains
this past week kept Jamie Harris from planting his last hundred acres of corn.
See DTN Ag News. BView From the Cab...
Drought in the southwestern Plains and political tensions in Ukraine
are threatening global wheat supplies this spring, but will we actually see a
significant drawdown of supplies in 2014 or will this be another year where
favorable conditions elsewhere keep wheat supplies ample? Here is one important
market clue to watch.
See DTN Ag News. BWheat's Drought Dilemma...
Regulators order plans to address fertilizer delivery delays as
prices continue to rise.
See DTN Ag News. 7^DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends...
The U.S. ethanol industry launched a new national television and
digital advertising campaign Tuesday, designed to counter oil industry claims
during the ongoing renewable fuel standard fight.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Ethanol Campaign Ramps Up...
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke about GOP complaints regarding the
Obama administration's work with dairy producers to reduce methane emissions
during an Earth Day forum on climate change held at Drake University. USDA also
announced $6 million in grants to 10 universities to study the effects of
climate change on agriculture. The universities are designated as USDA's
"climate hubs" to help producers adapt to changing climate conditions.
See DTN Ag News. BClimate Work Ahead at USDA...