OMAHA (DTN) -- As harvest nears, elevator operators in the Northern Plains still waiting on railroad cars ordered months ago are experiencing feelings of dread, especially smaller operators or those handling specialty crops.
An email from earlier this week best describes the difficult
situation faced by grain producers.
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China sent U.S. DDGS exporters reeling on Thursday with yet another
demand: That all exports to China be certified as free of the MIR 162 trait.
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A new study from the U.S. Geological Survey says neonicotinoids, used
in many seed treatments and found to disrupt bee colonies, are increasingly
found in Midwest waters.
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Elevator operators are working on getting railcars that were
scheduled as far back as February.
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Machinery Scope takes some of the risk out of buying used equipment
with inspections and extended service plans.
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Feeding the world population won't be as hard as expected over the next decade some experts forecast, so economists and lenders are bracing for a more muted farm economy over the next 10 years or more.