1st Half: Titan Intl's Sales Down 9%, Net Income Drops 171%
Titan International, Inc. (NYSE: TWI) announces second quarter revenue and performance results. CEO and Chairman, Maurice Taylor comments, "Our second quarter results show that while there are areas of strength, the overall business is impacted by slower demand. Demand for our agriculture, earthmoving and mining products have declined as a result of the uncertainty in the markets.
AgriMarketing – 7/28/2014
Survey Shows Ag Equipment Dealers Expect 10% Sales Decline
Preliminary results from UBS Investment Research's 34th Ag Dealer Survey suggest negative sentiment for both new and used equipment demand.
AgriMarketing – 7/28/2014
USDA Keeps U.S. Corn Production Estimate Unchanged
USDA's July World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimates (WASDE) report kept the projected 2014 U.S. corn yield unchanged from last month at a record 165.3 BPA. A 500,000 acre reduction in U.S. harvested corn acres puts the projected size of the 2014 U.S. corn crop at 13.860 billion bushels, which is 75 million bushels smaller than last year's record crop.
AgriMarketing – 7/25/2014
Sen. Franken: EPA may scale back renewable energy cuts
Sen. Al Franken says the Obama administration may scale back projected cuts to ethanol and other renewable fuels production.
Utility Products – 7/25/2014
7 critical trade show mistakes you're making and don't know it
Each year, it's estimated that more than 1 billion people attend more than 20,000 trade show exhibitions worldwide with the intention of gathering information and purchasing products or services.
IAEE – 7/25/2014
White's Farm Supply to Represent Krone in Central New York
Krone is pleased to announce White's Farm Supply as the latest addition to the Krone family of full-line dealers in the Northeast.
Farm Equipment – 7/24/2014
CLAAS to introduce new XERION tractor
CLAAS of America is stepping up its presence in the North American tractor market. The company will unveil a new Tier 4f compliant XERION tractor at upcoming farm shows.
Brownfield – 7/24/2014
Study says neonic insecticides widespread in Iowa waters
A class of insecticides popular with corn and soybean farmers in the U.S. Midwest but feared as a factor in the decline of U.S. honey bee colonies and other crop pollinators, has been found to be widespread through rivers and streams in Iowa, according to a government study released on Thursday.
Ag Professional – 7/24/2014
Manufacturing Continues Rebound from Winter Woes
National Association of Manufacturers – 7/23/2014
House trade leaders look to lame duck for TPA
A vote on whether to renew presidential "fast-track" Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) likely will be delayed until after the lame duck session of Congress, according to two House members. TPA gives a president authority to negotiate a treaty that Congress must approve or disapprove, but cannot change or filibuster.
AgriPulse – 7/23/2014