DTN Headline News

Bitter Cold Affects Livestock
01/16/2018
Cattle producers take extra effort to protect their herds from cold weather, as well as maintain carcass weight in feedlot cattle.
Todd's Take
01/17/2018
As the U.S. Commerce Department ponders tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum, China is already shunning U.S. soybean purchases.
Developing Climate-Smart Ag
01/17/2018
Representatives from more than 30 organizations were scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday for the steering committee for the North America Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance. The organizational meeting seeks to keep U.S. agriculture engaged as the United Nations works more aggressively on agriculture and climate change.
Growing Biomass
01/17/2018
An extensive study attempts to provide insight into how farmers can benefit from growing biomass crops.
Kub's Den
01/18/2018
Lower commodity prices can sometimes trigger greater consumption, but certain types of commodities benefit more than others from the price elasticity of demand.
New Ag Group Defends NAFTA
01/18/2018
Americans for Farmers & Families highlights that the North American Free Trade Agreement is an economic engine in rural America -- "the very same communities that powered President Trump to victory in 2016."
DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
01/18/2018
The majority of farmers who responded to a recent DTN Twitter poll said they have already purchased at least some of their fertilizer needs for the upcoming growing season.
JBS Selling Five Rivers
01/19/2018
Five Rivers Cattle Feeding, with capacity for more than 900,000 head in 11 feedyards across the western states, is being sold by JBS USA.
Dicamba Cases May Be Centralized
01/19/2018
A federal multidistrict litigation court is scheduled to hear oral arguments next week on the merits of centralizing numerous legal cases related to off-target dicamba crop damage.
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