Social media offers so much information, much of which can be inaccurate, Ballabina said. This program is aimed at that misinformation, the effects it can have on human health, and the misunderstanding of the agriculture systems in relation to...
“It’s important that growers figure out how to manage risk, and hopefully they can get some take home lessons from the Red River Conference for that, certainly on the cotton day.”
Intensive management credited for high wheat yields for Oklahoma farmer.
Dr. Kim Anderson, professor emeritus, OSU Agricultural Economics gives an update on wheat prices and the outlook for 2018.
German stability is key to global economy
High protein wheat should pay for increased inputs
Market Outlook Considerations for the Week Beginning November 13, 2017