The heat is on and our View From the Cab farmers reflect on what it might
mean to crops and markets.
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The president of the American Farm Bureau Federation tested positive for
COVID-19 after feeling some symptoms. His last official event was June 25 in
Georgia with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and Gov. Brian Kemp in
BPositive Case Concerns
I understand that you can wear whatever hat you choose, but there's always
the potential for a different outcome. Bulls can be bit by bears and bears can
be outworked by bulls. So instead of choosing one outlook, I find the most
clarity being completely factual and rely on the hard facts to lead me to new
questions and hopefully stronger conclusions.
BCall the Market
Retail fertilizer prices declined for the fourth week in a row, and even
though busy season has passed, the shutdown of a major waterway could
complicate the supply picture next fall.
4^DTN Fertilizer Trends
The summer heat is cranking up just as corn starts pollinating, soybeans
flower and spring cereals start grain fill.
BDTN Field Roundup