It was exactly two years ago this month that I turned wildly bullish the commodity markets, and with the benefit of hindsight, it was a well-timed forecast.
Republican state Sen. Darren Bailey said he is not one to sit idly and just let things happen, which is why he is running to be Illinois’ governor.
Following Republican gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey’s opening statements at the Illinois Agricultural Legislative Roundtable forum, he answered questions posed by those in attendance.
U.S. consumers typically purchase fewer dairy products during periods of inflation. “We’re likely looking at a slowdown in dairy demand driven by a slower economy,” said Nate Donnay, StoneX Group director of dairy market insight.
How often do you bring home more food than you need from the grocery store, or toss leftovers that were forgotten about in the back of the refrigerator? We need to eat and drink, but we also need to accept the responsibility of being mindful of using our resources responsibly.
Corn is growing fast and furious in northern Indiana, as plants soak up the heat and make up for lost time. Kendell Culp, farmer and vice president of Indiana Farm Bureau, shared an update about his farm near Rensselaer with AgriNews.
Dec. 1, 1981-May 2, 2022 are important dates in the life of Blake Roderick, retiring executive director of Pike-Scott Farm Bureau. These dates of Blake’s employment as manager are important; however, the dash between the dates tells the story.
Ukraine and Russia are both major players in the grain export arena, and questions continue regarding production, supplies and prices.
The invasion of Ukraine has sent ripples through the global energy markets due to Russia’s role in the crude oil and natural gas exports.