If crop nutrients follow their usage/sales pattern of the past few seasons, 2021 should end up being an “up” year.
The seventh annual Buying Intention survey provides insight into where dealerships are planning to spend their money in 2021.
CropLife Retail Week: Corn surges, pandemic aid from the next administration, and the latest retail acquisition
Editors Eric Sfiligoj and Paul Schrimpf talk about the USDA report that propelled corn prices, USDA secretary nominee […]
Unlike the other categories within the CropLife 100, crop nutrients ended up losing both sales and market share in 2020.
Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj look at the new dicamba lawsuit, a retirement, and the upcoming trade […]
Editor Eric Sfiligoj offers insight into what ag retailers can expect this year, including glyphosate’s fate and the future of in-person events.
At the virtual Mid America CropLife Association (MACA) meeting, a pair of speakers warned the industry about what potentially lies ahead.
Unlike most years for agriculture, this year seemed to be one long, blurry nightmare, says Editor Eric Sfiligoj.
Although 2020 wasn’t that in focus for many segments of agriculture, crop protection products found a clear path to market gains.
Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj discuss the December 26 holiday, dicamba, corn exports, and the key stories […]
Although anticipation was high for 2020, the seed category saw a very lackluster sales year for the CropLife 100 retailers.
Among ag retail machine manufacturers, you had to be larger to see your way to market share gains.
Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj discuss the week’s news and look back to celebrate their 300th episode. […]
Following a challenging year in 2019, the category clearly gained ground this growing season.
Despite myriad cloud-filled challenges and plenty of market blurriness, the nation’s top retailers still brought many profits into focus this year.