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Jul 18, 2013

Ethanol advocates support corn kernel fiber as qualifying RFS feedstock, defend RINs

"The only reason that RIN prices are high is that the oil industry has resisted producing fuel with higher blends of ethanol in them. High RIN prices....More
Rural broadband limits - 4G
Jul 18, 2013

Nagging problem to plague data-centric ag

Your connection to the Internet will become more important than ever but the rural digital divide is still a challenge....More
Jul 17, 2013

InfoAg precision ag conference looks into ag's future

Precision Ag is healthy and thriving, as I saw at this year’s InfoAg conference. Plus: A list of quick tips from one of the GPS/software pros....More
Jul 15, 2013

Step right up, up and away!

Iowa farmer Jeff Ryan takes a well-planned summer break to take an adventure of a lifetime in a tiny plane in Alaska....More
Jul 15, 2013

Getting ready for the fall logistics challenge

Planting a crop is a time-challenged dance, but harvest is a payday. Maximizing harvest logistics pushes the best of you....More
Jul 12, 2013

Growers to earn premiums for growing Enogen corn

Iowa's Quad County Corn Processors already has contracts in place with 27 farmers to produce the corn, paying an average premium of $.40 per bushel....More
Jul 11, 2013

Seed Tech Changing Fast

Talking with Bill Wyffels you get a sense that the term 'fast changing' really means something in the seed business....More
Jul 08, 2013

InfoAg to highlight hot topics in precision agriculture

InfoAg 213 is bound to yield plenty of innovative ideas about the future of agriculture that we will be sharing with you next week....More
Jul 08, 2013

Corn and soybean crop off to solid start; machinery sales up in NW Ohio

Late planting didn't affect Ohio farmer Daryl Bridenbaugh's corn and soybean crops this year. They are looking good so far this year, and so are....More
Jul 03, 2013

Start thinking about harvest? For data, yes

Even though you may have just parked the planter, it may be time to think about your combine....More
Jul 03, 2013

Sales results show declining values for even top tier ethanol plants

Recent sales have shown declining values for even top tier ethanol plants, which are now trading in the $1.10-$1.25 per gallon range compared to $1....More
Jun 27, 2013

The pervasiveness of technology never ceases to surprise

From the Hay Expo to a visit to Pioneer DuPont, technology changes keep pushing the envelope....More
Jun 27, 2013

Denied . . . Supreme Court shoots down challenge to E15

“The highest court in the land has spoken – they have unequivocally rejected the attempts of Big Oil and other opponents of ethanol to challenge the....More
Jun 21, 2013

Eleven ethanol plants now working with Enogen corn to improve efficiencies

Enogen corn fetches growers an average premium of $.40 per bushel due to its positive impact on ethanol production cost savings....More
Jun 21, 2013

Hay Expo demos require watching where you stand

This week while Jodie Wehrspahn was testing her mettle on heavy duty construction equipment I was traveling to Waukon, Iowa for the Farm Progress....More
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The Farm Industry News Blog features commentary from Willie Vogt, Jodie Wehrspann, Kathy Graul, Daryl Bridenbaugh and Jeff Ryan.

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