Ag News

  • DuPont Settles With EPA, Others

    DuPont reached a settlement with EPA and the state of Texas in connection with a fatal 2014 chemical accident at a plant in La Porte, Texas.
  • Livestock Shows Go On

    While an increasing number of state fairs have been canceled because of COVID-19 concerns, a few places will continue with their youth livestock shows, but with some extra safety measures in place.
  • Enviros Ask Court to Kill Water Rule

    A South Carolina judge has been asked to throw out the new Navigable Waters Protection Rule.
  • Opinion: US, China Reset Needed

    What the world needs from the U.S. and China is a return to constructive engagement and a partnership that would lead to collective global leadership.
  • USDA Reports Review

    The USDA Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate reports, released Friday, July 10, had a bearish reaction in the markets.
  • Ethanol Margins Continue to Bounce Back

    DTN's hypothetical ethanol plant has seen its margin improve by 20 cents since May.
  • Lake Erie Bloom Expected to Be Smaller

    Experts with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are forecasting a smaller algal bloom in western Lake Erie this summer.
  • Off-Target, Once Again

    This summer, Iowa fields are seeing some of the most widespread injury symptoms, as three dicamba herbicides face legal uncertainty.
  • Plant Worker Discrimination Alleged

    A number of minority worker interest groups allege racial discrimination at meatpacking plants during the COVID-19 pandemic, in a complaint filed with USDA.
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