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Agriculture / Successful Farming

Hurricane Sally threatens U.S. soybean exports at the Gulf

This week, Hurricane Sally is expected to cause severe flooding in the Gulf of Mexico.For agriculture, that means one of the busiest ports in the U.S. could see enough damage that delays exports. Mike McGinnis, Successful Farming's Markets Editor, discusses the rippling effect of Hurricane Sally on the Mississippi River with Mike Steenhoek, Executive Director of the Soy Transportation Coalition.

16 Sep 2020 9:27 pm
Rain returns to the Corn Belt forecast

Portions of the parched Corn Belt will receive some much needed rain over the next 7 days starting with thunderstorms flaring up on Saturday, September 5th. Unfortunately, the wetter weather isnt here to stay as a drier weather pattern will return by the middle of September. Watch out for the potential for gusty winds and severe thunderstorms on Saturday (September 5th). The storms will be followed by hotter weather for the middle of the Labor Day weekend but cooler trends await in the first ful

7 Sep 2020 9:55 am