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It's Friday

September 19, 2019 Rick Friday's cartoon submission for Sept. 20, 2019. more »»

The plan is no plan

September 19, 2019 You know you’re deep in the rabbit hole when bad news-say, a government report that shows steep cuts in anticipated 2019 crop yields-is good news because it will hopefully boost prices. more »»

Trump 2020 or Trump $2.02 corn?

September 19, 2019 What are you going to plant next year...that is profitable? Trump’s trade war has destroyed the soybean and cotton markets. Wheat is no better. more »»

County Agent Guy

September 19, 2019 There have been summers when we studied the sky, hoping to catch a glimpse of the tiniest puff of cloud. more »»

Crop watch

September 19, 2019 Mid-Sept. has arrived and much of the final yield and harvest pace will depend on the weather the next four weeks. more »»

ARC/PLC program changes and deadlines announced

September 19, 2019 The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) has opened the enrollment period for the 2019 Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and/or Price Loss Coverage (PLC) commodity programs for 2019. more »»

Midwest Marketing Solutions

September 19, 2019 Tyson Foods plant to reopen Tyson Foods says its Holcomb, Kansas plant, damaged by fire in August, is expected to be fully operational by Januar. more »»

Weekly market review

September 19, 2019 Crop condition ratings released Monday, September 9th, surprisingly showed a 3-point decline for corn at 55 percent good/excellent. more »»

It's Friday

September 13, 2019 It's Rick Friday's cartoon submission for Sept. 13, 2019. more »»

Farm and Food File

September 13, 2019 P.T. Barnum, the quintessential American showman, might have found today’s food carnival more interesting and far more profitable than his namesake circus of yore. more »»

Can US companies be ordered out of China?

September 13, 2019 When Donald J. Trump (DJT) thinks that he can order U.S. companies to leave their businesses in China, that is not free enterprise capitalism...it is fascism. more »»

County Agent Guy

September 13, 2019 In September the Earth rounds an elongated curve in space and the weather begins its languorous glide into the long slog of winter. more »»

Crop watch

September 13, 2019 The sun is setting twenty minutes earlier each week as we move later into the growing season. This year that will be worth keeping track of as about one third of the corn crop was planted in June. more »»

Midwest Marketing Solutions

September 13, 2019 MGEX has fourth best month MGEX reported August 2019 as the fourth best month in the history of the Exchange with a total of 283,743 contracts traded. more »»

Trade talks are on again

September 13, 2019 Crop condition ratings for the week showed a one-point improvement for corn at 58 percent good/excellent. Corn in the dough stage is at 81 percent , still 12 percent behind average. more »»

It's Friday

September 5, 2019 It's Rick Friday's cartoon submission for Sept. 6, 2019. more »»

Farm and Food File

September 5, 2019 Most rural Americans are old enough to remember when their president noted that “trade wars are good, and easy to win. more »»

An ancestral tour

September 5, 2019 What do Canadians think of Americans? They will not say that one of their traits is to be extremely polite. If they have nothing good to say, they remain quiet. more »»

County Agent Guy

September 5, 2019 Rocks are the bane of a farmer’s existence. They are the one crop we can depend upon; a new harvest of stones appears each spring even though we never planted any mineral-based seed. more »»

Midwest Marketing Solutions

September 5, 2019 Pleased with progress in Japan trade discussions The National Pork Producers Council and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association are pleased with the progress in the U.S. more »»

 
 

 

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