The limited phase one deal with China may or may not take place, but
either way the U.S. remains China's supplier of last resort.
See DTN Ag News. BTodd's Take ...
Polly Ruhland, CEO of the United Soybean Board, proposed at the World
Food Prize Symposium this week that U.S. protein industries should work
together to build markets in developing countries. CEOs for private companies
also suggested better collaboration was needed, going beyond just technology,
to work for more demand-driven agriculture to feed the world.
See DTN Ag News. BCollaborate to Feed Future...
Moderate to heavy rain in the northern Corn Belt poses a new round of
harvest disruption during the last half of October.
See DTN Ag News. 1^New Storms Threaten North...
So far, EPA and dicamba registrants seem prepared to accept Illinois'
new dicamba restrictions, which suggests other states may follow suit.
See . F2020 Dicamba Showdown ...
USDA Deputy Undersecretary for Research, Education and Economics
Scott Hutchins told a House subcommittee Thursday he's confident USDA agencies
can replace talent in Kansas City.
See DTN Ag News. =^Agency Relocation Progresses...
Saturday will feature light rain crossing the western Midwest, rain in the interior Northwest, and moderate to heavy tropical storm-related rain in the Southeast. Other areas will be dry, with favorable conditions for harvest progress. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Posted at 1:20PM Fri Oct 18, 2019 CDT
Did You Know?
In 1766 George Washington suggested to Congress the establishment of a National Board of Agriculture