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DTN Fertilizer Outlook

7 Dec 2015
By Ken JohnsonDTN Fertilizer Columnist AMMONIA International ammonia prices drifted lower through November. Yuzhnyy, FSU, ammonia traded in the $390 to $405 per metric ton fob (free on board -- the buyer pays for transportation of the goods) range early and fell to $340 to $350 late. (All prices in this column are wholesale.) Falling DAP prices hav...

Ag Factors Into Spending Talks

4 Dec 2015
By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy Editor OMAHA (DTN) -- Farm groups have a lot to battle over in the federal appropriations bill as negotiations over spending on policy riders continue in Congress. The bill would fund federal agencies for fiscal year 2016, but it is always the policy provisions, or riders, that stall talks until the final weeks of th...

CHS Sues Abengoa for Unpaid Corn

4 Dec 2015
By Todd NeeleyDTN Staff Reporter OMAHA (DTN) -- CHS Inc. has not been paid nearly $5 million for some 2 million bushels of corn the cooperative delivered to three Abengoa Bioenergy SA ethanol plants in Nebraska and Kansas, according to an amended complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Nebraska Thursday. In addition, two sources told DTN/The Prog...

Brazil Analysts Diverge on Soy Crop

4 Dec 2015
By Alastair StewartDTN South America Correspondent SAO PAULO, Brazil (DTN) -- Two private Brazilian analytical firms issued opposing forecasts for the country's 2015-16 soybean crop on Friday, with one raising its estimate and the other trimming its outlook. The opposing positions highlight two different points about this year's crop. INTL FCSton...

Groups Launch Soil Institute

3 Dec 2015
By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy Editor OMAHA (DTN) -- A pair of agricultural foundations are creating a new institute to examine the state of the country's soil and stress the importance of soil in daily life. The Oklahoma-based Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation and the Illinois-based Farm Foundation are announcing the aptly named "Soil Health Institut...
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