Here's what they don't teach you in econ class.
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A labor dispute in Washington State has led to the shutdown of a
grain terminal because the company can no longer get state or federal grain
inspectors to cross a picket line without law-enforcement escorts. More than 20
ag groups have written USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack expressing concerns about the
precedent being set over the disruption of inspection and weighing services.
See DTN Ag News. 1^Groups Want Terminal Reopened...
Yield potential may be the top factor when selecting a soybean
variety, but farmers in some states are learning protein and oil value in
varieties can also increase their profit potential.
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Mark Fincham's family has been farming near Pratt, in south-central
Kansas, for almost 130 years. As part of his effort to help the business last
at least another century in ever-more regulated times, he hired a firm that
conducts annual inspections to assess the farm's safety, security and
See DTN Ag News. BCheck and Certify...
Assessing rootworm injury now can help select control options for
See DTN Ag News. BRootworm Pressure Detected...