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A cooler trend could develop in the short term before warmer weather returns, an ag climatologist said.
A shoe company who uses U.S. soybeans to make sandals is donating up to 10,000 pairs to health care workers.
As corn begins to tassel and soybeans near the R3 stage some may still be deciding whether a fungicide application to their fields will be helpful.
Crop conditions in states west and northwest of Illinois are mostly very good.
U.S. corn production is forecast 995 million bushels lower based on reduced planted and harvested areas from the June 30 Acreage report.
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Much of the Corn Belt saw little or no rain over the past week, adding to an already dry period.
A small grains specialist explains how to time wheat harvest to ensure optimal quality.
Two ways of being more profitable are producing more bushels or decreasing input costs, an agronomist said.
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