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Broadband Business Blues

11 Oct 2019
By Katie DehlingerDTN Farm Business Editor MOUNT JULIET, Tenn. (DTN) -- Sixty percent of farmers say they don't have enough internet connectivity to run their businesses, and that has influenced critical business decisions and overall profitability, according to a recent study funding by the United Soybean Board. Whether it's a reliable enough sig...

Chlorpyrifos Use to End in California

11 Oct 2019
By Todd NeeleyDTN Staff Reporter OMAHA (DTN) -- The use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos will end in California at the end of next year as a result of an agreement struck on Wednesday between the state and manufacturers. Under the agreement with Corteva and other companies, all sales of chlorpyrifos products in California will end on Feb. 6, 2020. Gro...

Harvest Freeze Challenges

11 Oct 2019
By Emily UnglesbeeDTN Staff Reporter ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- The threat that has been building throughout the spring and summer is finally imminent. A major winter freeze and snowstorm looms for the northern Midwest, where many corn and soybean fields have yet to reach maturity. See the DTN story here:…. Once the front pass...

Kub's Den

10 Oct 2019
By Elaine KubDTN Contributing Analyst Hay, perhaps the world's most underrated commodity, is everywhere. Some of the hay meadows of New England were hacked out of the forest hundreds of years ago and have been carefully maintained ever since to provide fodder for dairy cows. Then there are the great hayfields of the western High Plains -- thousands...

View From the Cab

10 Oct 2019
By Pamela SmithDTN Progressive Farmer Crops Technology Editor DECATUR, Illinois (DTN) -- Ashley Andersen needs more than a few sunny days and they can't come soon enough. The Blair, Nebraska, farmer has a mostly mature corn and soybean crop standing in muddy fields and a cold, wet forecast on the horizon. "As of Monday we hadn't harvested a thing a...
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