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DAVID KRUSE

November 2, 2018 I have invoked Mark Twain’s observation a number of times that history doesn’t repeat itself, “but it rhyme. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

November 2, 2018 Large ranch up for auction A ranch totaling more than 37,000 acres in West Texas is going on the auction block with sealed bids after a federal bankruptcy court ordered the ranch sale. more »»

CROP WATCH

November 2, 2018 The string of decent harvest weather continues as our wishes and prayers seem to be getting answere. more »»

Are we done yet?

October 31, 2018 Harvest. The word alone brings visions of bountiful fields of golden corn ... and brown soybean fields that are pregnant with the year’s labor. more »»

Soybean imports to China expected to drop

October 31, 2018 China’s soybean imports are set to drop about 25 percent in the next three months, their biggest fall in at least 12 years as buyers curb purchases amid the trade war and high domestic stockpile. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

October 31, 2018 If war is hell, then trade wars must be a purgatorial stop along the way. For proof, just look where Election Day 2018 finds American farmer. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

October 31, 2018 Many see it as an annoyance, a chore, something that’s akin to cleaning the leaves out of the gutters each fall. There are numerous things they’d rather be doing such as washing their hair. more »»

Questions of the harvest

October 26, 2018 Though it’s hard to believe, the 2018 harvest season finally did premier on all fronts, even if it was a little late in coming, and brought its own share of trouble. more »»

Want to tour a brick factory?

October 26, 2018 Brick factories may seem like a thing of the past, but they are big business in Dallas County. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

October 26, 2018 “February” is one of the finest essays in Sand County Almanac, the 1949 book of superlative essays on nature and mankind’s role in it, by forester and conservationist Aldo Leopold. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

October 26, 2018 Green Plains selling plants to Valero Renewable Fules Green Plains announced it will sell its ethanol plants in Lakota, Iowa, Bluffton, Ind. and Riga, Mich. to Valero Renewable Fuels. more »»

Slow soybean harvest for the Midwest

October 26, 2018 Harvest progress released last Monday afternoon showed corn harvest at 39 percent complete. Up 5 percent from the previous week and 4 percent over the 5-year average of 35 percent. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

October 26, 2018 That peculiarly American event is just around the corner, the day when we encourage - nay, reward! - outlandish behavior. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

October 25, 2018 Trump’s September UN speech got coverage, not for depth of its content but for the laughs from delegates over his braggadocios self-praise in its openin. more »»

CROP WATCH

October 25, 2018 When the northern and central parts of the state got hit by two major snows in mid-April it seemed to be a harbinger of the wacky growing season we were going to have to endure. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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