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  • Iowa's anger over Trump's ethanol policy gives Democrats opening

    In a speech last month to farmers in Texas, President Donald Trump won applause as he talked up recent U.S. trade agreements. Iowa swung sharply to Trump's Republicans in the 2016 presidential election, but Democrats hope anger over a relaxation of rules mandating use of ethanol by U.S. refineries could put the corn-producing state in the win column this year.

  • BRIEF-Farmers & Merchants State Bank Announces Appointment Of Chief Lending Officer

    Farmers & Merchants Bancorp Inc (FMAO): * FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF REX D. RICE AS CHIEF LENDING OFFICER AND THE RETIREMENT OF TODD A. GRAHAM Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  • GRAINS-Soybeans set for weekly drop of 2% on coronavirus fears

    U.S. soybeans climbed on Friday as traders squared positions, though the oilseed remained on course for a weekly loss of 2% as fears that a coronavirus outbreak could restrict Chinese demand weighed on market sentiment. FUNDAMENTALS. * The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade dropped more than 2% so far this week, set for the third straight weekly loss.

  • U.S. farm bankruptcies hit an eight-year high: court data

    U.S. farm bankruptcy rates jumped 20% in 2019 - to an eight-year high - as financial woes in the U.S. agricultural economy continued in spite of massive federal bail-out funding, according to federal court data. According to data released this week by the United States Courts, family farmers filed 595 Chapter 12 bankruptcies in 2019, up from 498 filings a year earlier.

  • Corteva speeds up North America biotech soy seed rollout, challenging Bayer

    U.S. seeds and agricultural chemicals maker Corteva Inc (CTVA) said Thursday it will accelerate production of its next-generation biotech soybean seeds and complementary herbicides in the United States and Canada over the next five years.

  • Corteva says to launch Enlist soybeans in Brazil in 2021/2022 season

    U.S. seeds and agricultural chemicals maker Corteva Inc. (CTVA) delayed the launch of its Enlist soybean seeds and weed control system in Brazil, the world's top soybean exporter, and said on Thursday it plans to launch there for the 2021/22 season.

  • U.S. farm bankruptcies hit an eight-year high: court data

    U.S. farm bankruptcy rates jumped 20% in 2019 - to an eight-year high - as financial woes in the U.S. agricultural economy continued in spite of massive federal bail-out funding, according to federal court data. According to data released this week by the United States Courts, family farmers filed 595 Chapter 12 bankruptcies in 2019, up from 498 filings a year earlier.

  • U.S. farm bankruptcies hit an 8-year high -court data

    U.S. farm bankruptcy rates jumped 20% in 2019 - to an eight-year high - as financial woes in the U.S. agricultural economy continued in spite of massive federal bail-out funding, according to federal court data. According to data released this week by the United States Courts, family farmers filed 595 Chapter 12 bankruptcies in 2019, up from 498 filings a year earlier.

  • ADM CEO says no 'significant' coronavirus business impact for now

    The coronavirus that is quickly spreading across China and beyond is not expected to have a significant business impact on global grain trader Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) at this point, Chief Executive Officer Juan Luciano said on Thursday.

  • Corteva accelerates biotech soybean seed rollout, challenging Bayer

    U.S. seeds and agricultural chemicals maker Corteva Inc (CTVA) said Thursday that it will accelerate production of its next-generation biotech soybean seeds and complementary herbicides in the United States and Canada over the next five years.

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