Advertise in Print | Subscriptions
View Cart Shopping Cart

Refine your search

  [ Advanced Options ]

TAGS

These tag channels match your search request. Click the tag for collection of related articles and information.

canola, Canola Day, northern canola growers association, sugar beet canola flaxseed , U.S. Canola Association

RELATED CONTENT

Articles: 199 results from the past year. For older articles, see advanced options.

Canada canola-crop problems cut crusher profits to 2-year low
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Problems with Canada's canola crop are driving up the oilseed's price, cutting processors' margins to their lowest levels in two years and threatening to boost the price of a key ingredient of salad dressings and potato chips.
Tuesday, June, 30, 2015 - Reuters - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Canada canola-crop problems cut crusher profits to two-year low
Problems with Canada's canola crop are driving up the oilseed's price, cutting processors' margins to their lowest levels in two years and threatening to boost the price of a key ingredient of salad dressings and potato chips.
Tuesday, June, 30, 2015 - Reuters - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Duvenaud: Crop prices move higher
Canola futures have had a $50-per-ton rally so far in June. The positive school says it’s from the dryness on the western prairies. There is no chart signal the move is over and unseeded soybean acreage is supportive.
Tuesday, June, 30, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Grabanski: Weather concerns push market
Wheat traded with solid gains last week, as three out of four sessions posted strong gains while only one session showed losses. Stress from excessive rain continues to provide support for the corn market. For soybeans concerns about slow soybean planting continued to provide support.
Monday, June, 29, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Fats from fish and plants may help older adults live longer
Older adults who eat plenty of fish and vegetables may live longer than people who don’t, a large Swedish study suggests. Among more than four thousand 60-year-old men and women, those with the highest blood levels of polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), which come from fish and plants, were significantly less likely to die from heart disease or any cause over about 15 years than those with the lowest levels.
Thursday, June, 25, 2015 - Reuters - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Monsanto to invest more than $1 billion in dicamba herbicide production
Monsanto Co's efforts to expand its agrichemical interests beyond what has long been its bread-and-butter glyphosate herbicide business were underscored on Wednesday by news the company plans to invest potentially more than $1 billion in a production facility for an alternative herbicide.
Wednesday, June, 24, 2015 - Reuters - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Duvenaud: Flax market takes a tumble
Flax took a bit of a tumble in the past two weeks on little fundamental news. The best explanation could be this excerpt from the March 17 issue of Wild Oats: “Flax markets have been supported by the Kazakh flax crop, which wound up covered with snow last fall.” That meant European users had to source elsewhere, and that generally means Canada.
Tuesday, June, 23, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Annual wheat tours set
The U.S. and Canadian wheat crops are in the ground, and two separate tours are planned later this summer to provide a firsthand look at how they’re shaping up.
Monday, June, 22, 2015 - Agweek - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Markets: Soybeans take charge
Wheat started the week sharply lower, while weather concerns affected the corn market and soybeans traded higher.
Monday, June, 22, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
2014 Farm Bill preferences revealed
In the current environment of declining crop prices and farm revenue, landowners and producers realized the importance of making the best selection of 2014 farm bill safety net options.
Wednesday, June, 17, 2015 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Boy, 5, dies when run over by grain truck on farm
POWERS LAKE, N.D. — A 5-year-old boy has died after he was run over by a grain truck at a farm in northwest North Dakota.
Wednesday, June, 17, 2015 - Special to Agweek - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Duvenaud: Canary market on the upswing
The canary market is finally showing a bit of strength. Prices had been falling since 2011 and had been as low as 24 cents per pound freight on board. There’s more at 25 cents, but it would probably take 26 or 27 cents to source any volume.
Tuesday, June, 16, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Pakistan wheat surplus to cool imports
A wheat surplus in Pakistan is likely to mean little appetite for imports this year, although it will purchase more oilseeds because of lower crop prospects, a leading local trader says.
Tuesday, June, 16, 2015 - Reuters - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
ARC, PLC signup begins Wednesday
Farmers spent most of the winter deciding between Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage. They made their choice this spring.
Monday, June, 15, 2015 - Agweek - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
NDSU analyzer aids in prevented-planting decision
Wet soil conditions in a few areas of the state have forced some producers to decide whether to seed a crop well beyond the optimal planting time. The question is whether to plant the crop and accept the risk of lower yields and reduced crop insurance coverage or to collect a prevented-planting crop insurance indemnity payment and idle the ground, according to Andrew Swenson, farm and family resource management specialist with the North Dakota State University Extension Service.
Monday, June, 15, 2015 - NDSU - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
RMA, FSA seek prevented-planting data
FARGO, N.D. — After a wet May, farmers in some areas of North Dakota again are considering filing for prevented-planting crop insurance. State Farm Service Agency officials expect the number of prevented-planting acres to be far lower than last year’s 1.7 million.
Monday, June, 15, 2015 - Agweek - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Markets: Grains retreat following report
Wheat started last week with solid gains, but slipped lower after the release of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s June Crop Production report. Corn struggled last week, with a lot of negative news thrown at the market. The USDA report showed larger-than-expected world stocks, with larger production estimates in South America. As of the June 11 close, July soybeans were 2.25 cents higher for the week while November soybeans were down 5.5 cents. At 10 a.m. June 12, July soybeans were down 1.25 cents and the November contract was down 5.25 cents.
Monday, June, 15, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Western Canada farmers scan skies for rain as crops struggle
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Farmers in Western Canada's Prairie provinces are counting on rains forecast by the weekend to salvage crops struggling to grow after weeks of dry weather.
Tuesday, June, 09, 2015 - Reuters - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Report prevented-planting acres
The Upper Midwest’s long, late-spring rainy stretch prevented some fields from being planted. Now, producers need to report prevented-planting acres, both to their crop insurance agents and to the Farm Service Agency, an arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Tuesday, June, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Duvenaud: Lentils, canola rally, feed barley stagnant
What a fabulous lentil marketing year. Lairds were plodding along in the low 20-cent range until the rainy harvest last fall. Between August and October, prices almost doubled.
Tuesday, June, 09, 2015 - - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  Next »