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Floods Hit Southern Plains Cattle

25 Jun 2019
By Loren LindlerDTN News Intern OMAHA (DTN) -- When recent flooding hit Catoosa, Oklahoma, a group of cowboy buddies joined together to help the people of their small town, especially farmers, any way that they could. Since March, heavy rains and flooding have hit a number of states, including: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, ...

Cash Market Moves

25 Jun 2019
By Mary KennedyDTN Cash Grains Analyst Two months ago, I wrote a story titled "Lack of 2019 Spring Wheat Planting: Time to Push the Panic Button Yet?" Click this link to read it:… I told farmers and elevator managers who contributed to that story, and a few others, that I would check back with them in May. That didn't happen...

USDA Weekly Crop Progress

25 Jun 2019
By Anthony GrederDTN Managing Editor This article was originally posted at 3:02 p.m. CDT on Monday, June 24. It was last updated at 3:41 p.m. CDT on Monday, June 24. ** OMAHA (DTN) -- Ninety-six percent of the corn that farmers intend to plant this year -- on those acres that were still farmable following relentless rains and flooding this spring -...

Pests of the Week

24 Jun 2019
By Emily UnglesbeeDTN Staff Reporter ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- Only about half of the country's soybeans have emerged, but some insect pests are already out and about, waiting for them. Entomologists and agronomists have reported sightings of soybean aphids, bean leaf beetles and even the soybean gall midge -- a new pest of soybeans that emerged las...

Many Wet-Condition Crop Concerns Ahead

24 Jun 2019
By Bryce AndersonDTN Senior Ag Meteorologist OMAHA (DTN) -- Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the USDA Midwest Climate Hub are worried about how summer 2019 conditions will treat crops that are already behind the development time curve because of wet and cool weather. In the NOAA North Central climate r...
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