“We are still looking at overall positive growth in equipment sales for 2018. We have seen more optimism from producers, and tax reform has been a plus,” said Curt Blades, senior vice president at AEM.
Harnessed to six-row, alternating strips of corn and soybeans, Jim Nichols boomed a 292 bu. yield average. Standing on the edge of his farmland, Nichols points upward at a carbon secret: His corn crop comes from the sky.
The Trump administration is slated to unveil biofuel policy changes, including efforts to tamp down costs for refiners while broadening the market for ethanol, according to people familiar with the action.