Midwest Construction Boom

Midwest Construction Boom

| Feature |

With harvest yields continuing to increase and demand for animal protein continuing to rise, the need for storage and production has never been greater. In the Midwest, it can be hard keeping track of what is being built, so Feed & Grain has compiled a list of ongoing or recently completed construction projects with in-depth looks at five of them.

Weekly Outlook: A Review of USDA Crop Yield Forecasting Methodology

Weekly Outlook: A Review of USDA Crop Yield Forecasting Methodology

| Online Exclusive | Darrel Good and Scott Irwin

Even though a description of the NASS crop production forecast methodology is widely available, there always seems to be some misconceptions about how NASS makes corn and soybean yield forecasts. A brief overview of that methodology is repeated here. While this summary does not do full justice to the very comprehensive forecasting methodology, it is presented to assist in placing the upcoming yield forecasts in the proper perspective.

Easy In, Easy Out

Easy In, Easy Out

June/July 2015 | Steve Davidson

A new high-speed shuttle loader, designed for maximum grain throughput, is the product of innovative co-op equity application. 

Burrito With A Side Of Pseudoscience

Burrito With A Side Of Pseudoscience

June/July 2015 | From The Field | Arlette Sambs

Restaurants are in the business of providing foods that people like to eat. And people certainly should have a wide range of options and choices for meals.  Still, I can’t help but think the recent decision by Chipotle to move away from using genetically modified organisms is more marketing than science.  

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