Archive for August, 2015
Prices are not where we want them to be, but, so far, we’ve stayed out of the 50’s.
The first step a famer can take down the path to making wiser marketing decisions is to know his cost of production.
Farmers can, however, exercise some control over the variability in price around the price level.
After dropping more than 1,000 points, or almost 7 percent, at Wall Street’s open, the Dow Jones industrial average cut its losses but still finished down 3.6 percent.
Signers included Julie Borlaug, associate director for external relations at the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture.
Plant bugs have turned up again in areas in North Carolina.
Insurance Industry Seeing More Mergers as Profitability Declines
The thinking of participants in the Ag Market Network’s panel ranged from a low of 68 cents to a high of 72 cents…
This month’s 2015/16 U.S. cotton estimates include sharply lower supplies, disappearance, and ending stocks relative to last month.
In calculating value-added incomes for 2013 (the latest year for which figures are available), Walden found that food, fiber and forestry industries contributed $76 billion of the $471 billion gross state product.