**PLEASE NOTE - SCALE HOURS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE**
**ALL OVERRUN IS AUTOMATICALLY PRICED AT THE END OF THE DAY**
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The EPA, present at a meeting of state pesticide regulators, promised
to issue a decision on dicamba use in time for state regulators and growers to
make decisions for the 2018 growing season.
See . FStates Grapple with Dicamba...
UAVs, airplanes and satellites give agriculture three distinct views
of your fields. Which technologies are right for you?
See DTN Ag News. BHigh-Flying Help...
Seed companies are changing marketing literature to state that Cry1F
(Herculex I) does not provide reliable control of the western bean cutworm.
See DTN Ag News. 7^Cry1F Failure Confirmed...
The Organization for Competitive Markets has asked U.S. secretary of
agriculture for meeting prior to USDA turning over administration of the Grain
Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration, or GIPSA, to the
Agricultural Marketing Service.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Checkoff Programs in Focus...
Between Harvey and Irma, one might think that the third quarter of
2017 has seen more than its fair share of uncontrollable "dumps." Yet for
livestock producers, USDA has one more storm of numbers up its sleeve.
See DTN Ag News. =^The Market's Fine Print...
Much of the Northern Plains will see rain Friday. Those showers will also extend into the northern Midwest and the Southern Plains. Southeastern areas will also get rain. Dry elsewhere. » More DTN Weather Commentary
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Did You Know?
In 1900 the total United States population was 75,994,266 Farm population was 29,414,000 (estimated) Farmers made up 38% of the labor force Number of farms: 5,740,000 Average farm size (acres): 147