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  • Ag's HR Coach

    If an employee isn't living up to expectations, it could be time to let them go. Here are some tips on how to make the separation with underperforming employees less stressful.
  • Todd's Take

    Unusual noncommercial behavior in corn raises new questions in 2018-19.
  • Ag Worker Overhaul Doubtful

    An overhaul of the agricultural guest-worker program will be part of the immigration packages that the U.S. House of Representatives will likely debate on Thursday.
  • View From the Cab

    The thermometers may be teasing with triple-digit temperatures, but the wheat is ready and fields need sprayed in this week's report from DTN's View From the Cab farmers, Genny Haun from Kenton, Ohio, and Kyle Krier, from Claflin, Kansas.
  • Herbicide Injury Reported

    EPA hopes to make a decision by mid-August on whether or not to extend the registrations of XtendiMax, Engenia and FeXapan.
  • Cash Market Moves

    While livestock and insect haulers have an exemption to electronic logging device (ELD) rules through Sept. 30, 2018, other agriculture commodity haulers will see their current exemption run out at midnight on June 18. However, another new bill introduced last week would delay enforcement.
  • Todd's Take

    I get no pleasure bringing more bearish news to grain and oilseed markets, but major changes are taking place that should not be ignored.
  • USDA Crop Progress

    The U.S. corn crop's good-to-excellent rating is the highest for this time of year in nearly two decades, according to the USDA National Ag Statistics Service's latest Crop Progress report.
  • USDA Crop Progress

    The U.S. corn crop's good-to-excellent rating is the highest for this time of year in nearly two decades, according to the USDA National Ag Statistics Service's latest Crop Progress report.
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