AgriClick.com provides latest ag info Now you can check out the latest information from Farm Industry News on a new Web site: www.AgriClick.com. AgriClick pulls together information from nine farm publications as well as daily farm news and market and weather reports. The broad scope of information covered on the site should help you make critical decisions about ag inputs and issues.
Introduced this past winter, AgriClick provides up-to-the-minute news about corn, soybeans, hay and forage, wheat, cattle, hogs, dairy, cotton and other crops. Site visitors select a news subject and then click on it for quick access to the information.
The site follows the breaking news of governmental legislation and regulations affecting agriculture as well as major advances in ag technology and new products.
Continuously updated market quotes keep you abreast of price swings. And sophisticated weather reports alert you to critical weather conditions in your area.
Current and past articles from nine leading agricultural publications including Farm Industry News are available on AgriClick.
The business-to-business site will continue to evolve as a network with discussion groups, bulletin boards, buyer's guides, directories and e-commerce, including online equipment and product auctions.
Check out the site at www.AgriClick.com where a monthly prize goes to one of the registered visitors.
Ag updates Experts predict that biobased products, the non-food, non-feed products produced from natural agricultural materials, will be the next big wave in agriculture. Check out the new Web site www.Agfibertechnology.com for timely information on this emerging industry.
Philip Morris is helping to fund a new Farm Bureau Web site, www.ageducate.com, to provide teachers with ideas, resources and links to help tell agriculture's story.
E buying A new site, www.CyberCrop.com, is claimed to be the first secure site for buyers and sellers to conduct online cash grain transactions. An independent e-commerce company based in Fort Collins, CO, will roll out this grain exchange in May for corn, soybeans and wheat. It will provide the tools that producers and buyers need to place bids and counteroffers and to complete transactions and contracts over the Internet.
E-Markets and Grain Service Corporation are beginning an alliance to deploy Internet-based e-commerce applications to benefit both the farmer and the elevator grain buyer. At the site www.e-markets.com, growers can use the marketing tool called Decision Rule Contracts to automate contract pricing 24 hours a day.