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IT'S FRIDAY

October 19, 2018 Rick Friday's cartoon submission for Oct. 19, 2018. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

October 19, 2018 October blew in on a wild bronco of bone-chilling rains, a killing frost and a spiteful spattering of snow thrown in for good measure. more »»

IT'S FRIDAY

October 19, 2018 Rick Friday's cartoon submission for Oct. 19, 2018. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

October 19, 2018 I think that most farmers know who John Phipps is. He is a Farm Journal columnist, a farmer who shares his writings on all of their mediums including Ag Day TV. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

October 19, 2018 Canada to grade U.S. wheat imports same as their own The new U.S.-Canada-Mexico trade agreement addresses the discrimination U.S. farmers face when selling wheat north of the border. U.S. more »»

Challenges in storing a record soybean crop

October 19, 2018 The Oct. 11 USDA Crop Production report forecasts Iowa farmers to harvest a record 606 million bushels of soybeans and an average yield of 61 bushels per acre. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

October 19, 2018 In the unseasonable heat of mid-September, the yard’s many black walnut trees began shedding their heavy fruit. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

October 19, 2018 I think that most farmers know who John Phipps is. He is a Farm Journal columnist, a farmer who shares his writings on all of their mediums including Ag Day TV. more »»

Crop watch

October 19, 2018 It is now mid October and winter conditions with snow have arrived in parts of the mountain and Great Plain west and the Northern Cornbelt state. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

October 19, 2018 Canada to grade U.S. wheat imports same as their own The new U.S.-Canada-Mexico trade agreement addresses the discrimination U.S. farmers face when selling wheat north of the border. U.S. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

October 19, 2018 In the unseasonable heat of mid-September, the yard’s many black walnut trees began shedding their heavy fruit. more »»

USDA report numbers below expectations

October 19, 2018 Corn and Soybeans closed higher Thursday following some friendly numbers from the USDA. Corn yield was lowered to 180.7 BPA, which was down .6 BPA from September. Total production was lowered to 14. more »»

USDA report numbers below expectations

October 18, 2018 Corn and Soybeans closed higher Thursday following some friendly numbers from the USDA. Corn yield was lowered to 180.7 BPA, which was down .6 BPA from September. Total production was lowered to 14. more »»

IT'S FRIDAY

October 12, 2018 Rick Friday's cartoon submission for Friday, Oct. 12. more »»

Take a new look at National Farmer’s Day

October 12, 2018 It was an interesting question I hadn’t heard since my days as an undergraduate at Iowa State University (ISU). more »»

CROP WATCH

October 12, 2018 What is worse than the satisfying task of working long hours under sunny skies and clear dark night skies harvesting the crops that we spent since last October planning for and since spring planting... more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

October 12, 2018 On Oct. 1, U.S. farmers and ranchers joined President Donald J. Trump to praise one of his Administration’s biggest international achievements, a reworked trade deal between the U. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

October 11, 2018 MGEX September volume report Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) reported that the total exchange volume for September 2018 came in at 110,687 contracts. more »»

Weekly market review

October 11, 2018 Harvest progress released last Monday was at 26 percent complete for corn, almost 10 percent ahead of the 5-year average. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

October 11, 2018 My ‘ethanol put option’ is not workin. more »»

 
 

 

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