Crop & Feed

DDGs may offer low-fat product for use in swine diets

Distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are a co-product of the ethanol industry and have been an affordable source of energy and protein in swine diets for decades. FULL STORY »

Don’t let poor grain quality rob profits

It may be a good idea to check grain quality as you use the last of your old-crop corn, to make sure it isn’t harboring mycotoxin growth. FULL STORY »

Drones draw interest to crop scouting and other new farm uses

Remote sensors can play a big part of farming in the future. Those sensors can be on a 10-foot pole or a satellite 250 miles out in space. FULL STORY »

Purdue agronomist: “Cautiously optimistic” about corn crop

Indiana's corn is showing potential to produce a bumper crop for the second consecutive year, but much of it could "suffer quickly" if growing conditions turn unfavorable, Purdue Extension corn specialist Bob Nielsen says. FULL STORY »

Reducing fertilizer use with a more accurate soil test

Soil tests that determine fertilizer needs measure nitrate in the soil, but they don't sufficiently account for soil microbes, which mineralize organic nitrogen and make more of it available to a crop. As a result, farmers often apply more fertilizer than they need. FULL STORY »

Farm groups want comment period on water rule

Several farm groups, including the National Pork Producers Council, want the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to issue a "Notice, Comment Period" for an interpretive rule in the Clean Water Act. FULL STORY »

Heavy rains impact barge traffic, crops

As rains continued to fall in the Midwest over the holiday weekend, barge traffic is impacted and crops in the Upper Midwest have reached a critical point. FULL STORY »

Ag groups say, "Go ahead without Japan"

Although the corn and soybean groups have not signed on yet, the National Pork Producers and others want TPP negotiations to continue without Japan. FULL STORY »

Alltech’s 30th Symposium asks “What If?”

PorkNetwork editor JoAnn Alumbaugh is attending the 30th annual Alltech Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky. Here is a news release highlighting some of the sessions from the first day. FULL STORY »

Planting update for Nebraska, Colorado, Western Kansas

Good progress is being made in corn and soybean planting in Nebraska, Colorado and Western Kansas. At least until last week, when the weather got everyone's attention. FULL STORY »

Ralco receives patent for mineral technology

Ralco Nutrition uses a unique, breakthrough technology related to organically chelated mineral compositions, and has just achieved a patent for it. FULL STORY »

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