You know what people say about assumptions, right? In the business world, they can do a lot more than color you a fool, though; they can sabotage even the most brilliant business decisions, often leaving you and your company with more losses than gains. Of course, many companies take a leap of faith when they start out, presuming a consumer need
Nowadays, if you aren’t digital, you aren’t maximizing your potential. Especially in a world dealing with COVID-19 and its resulting social isolation, having an online presence is the only way to stay relevant, engaged and informed. For businesses, in particular, harnessing the Internet has moved beyond mere convenience; customers are now..
Corn dough is at 94% overall – ahead of previous years by 5-16%. Only ND and PA are reporting under 80% dented. Corn dented is at 63% overall. CO, MI, ND, OH, and PA are under 40%. NC is furthest ahead at 90% dented. Corn mature is at 12% overall. Only ND is reporting 0% corn mature. NC and TX are the only states reporting over 50%..
Corn in the dough stage is at 76% overall. This is ahead of previous years. In 2019 corn dough was at 50% for this time of year. Corn dented is at 23% and this week all states are reporting at least some corn dented.
To research and report on the confidence levels of industry executives within the pet food industry, we partnered with Petfood Industry magazine. Our Q2 report has just been published and you can read all about it by clicking the button below:
Corn silking is over the halfway point at 59% silking overall. NC is reporting 94% silking and TX is close behind at 89% silking. All states are now reporting at least 10% silking. ND is the only state under 20% silking.
Corn silking is at 10% overall; there are still states reporting 0% silking. NC and TX are the only states over 50% silking.
Like many other businesses, Communications for Research is adapting to the "new normal". While most of our calling operations have transitioned to working from home, our physical call center in Waynesville is back open and renamed as the "Research Engagement Center".
Soybean, cotton, and sugarbeet planting is finished for 2020!