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It's Friday

July 13, 2020 It's Rick Friday's cartoon submission for June 19, 2020... more »»

Changing conditions cancel Farm Progress Show

July 13, 2020 By KRISS NELSON A few short weeks after making the announcement the Farm Progress Show would be held; show organizers reneged on that decision. more »»

It's Friday

July 13, 2020 It's Rick Friday's cartoon submission for July 10, 2020. more »»

Farm and Food File

July 13, 2020 If the ill-tempered and deadly first half of 2020 had been a first-calf heifer on the dairy farm of my youth, my father would have ticketed it for the freezer a month ago. more »»

‘We are no longer going to remain silent when the racists speak

July 13, 2020 Many know that our home office in Royal almost doubles as a Civil War/ Theodore Roosevelt museum. It is nothing overly extensive but I do have some original items. more »»

Crop watch

July 13, 2020 And a belated Happy July 4th to everyone. In most years many towns around the Midwest have their own small town parades and celebrations. more »»

Dear County Agent Guy

July 13, 2020 My wife and I were at the farm supply store the other day when a small glass cabinet caught my eye. “Look at this!” I exclaimed as I pointed at the locked cabinet. more »»

It's Friday

July 1, 2020 It's Rick Friday's cartoon submission for June 26, 2020... more »»

Farm and Food File

July 1, 2020 While the coronavirus pandemic was hammering global trade earlier this year, the various U.S. bureaucracies devoted to trade barely skipped a beat before returning to their usual grind. more »»

‘US agriculture is socialist’

July 1, 2020 I think you can ask most any farmer if he wants socialism and you will get a “No”…”He!! No” or something even more negative than that answer from them. more »»

Midwest Marketing Solutions

July 1, 2020 China’s trade with U.S. sees growth China has regained its position as the number one trading partner for the United States. Trade between the two countries approached $40 billion in Apri. more »»

Weekly Market Review

July 1, 2020 U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer admits that China is not currently at the pace needed hit their commitment in the phase one trade deal. more »»

Dear County Agent Guy

July 1, 2020 There has been much talk lately about our nation’s flagging economy. more »»

Crop watch

July 1, 2020 The longest daylight hour day of the year is here and with it come a few benchmarks. The sun is supposed to rise at 5:45 a.m. and set at 8:49 p.m. more »»

It's Friday

June 22, 2020 It's Rick Friday's cartoon submission for June 19... more »»

Farm and Food File

June 22, 2020 Some observers see the Black Lives Matter movement as a tidal wave washing away America’s original sin, slavery, and the systemic racism it fostered for more than 400 year. more »»

Weekly market review

June 22, 2020 Planting progress and crop ratings for the week ending June 7th were as expected. Corn planting is near completion at 97% complete. more »»

Casuality of the culture war

June 22, 2020 Last week was a watershed week that I think will take months or even years to truly understand the significance of. I know that I am still processing. more »»

Midwest Market Solutions

June 22, 2020 Antitrust violation investigations The Justice Department is investigating the major beef packers for possible antitrust violations. more »»

Dear County Agent Guy

June 22, 2020 I would often see her sitting there alone, grimy, decrepit, languishing. I would look the other way as I walked by, tying to ignore the wretched castoff in my own backyar. more »»

Crop watch

June 22, 2020 Mid-June is here and we are marching towards July, with knee high by July 4th. That is still the benchmark from being on or ahead of schedule for corn development in the Midwest. more »»



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