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COUNTY AGENT GUY

April 13, 2018 The weather has warmed, spring has sprung and a bluish haze hangs in the air. The outdoor barbecuing season has officially arrived. Outdoor cooking has become the bailiwick of us guys. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

April 13, 2018 The USDA is looking to find ways to shield farmers from the growing trade conflict between the United States and China, a department official said, without providing details of options under revi. more »»

KARL SETZER

April 13, 2018 Markets were shook this week as China placed a 25 percent import tariff on U.S. soybeans. This only adds to tariffs that are already in place on U.S. pork, ethanol, and several other commoditie. more »»

Initial, delayed and preventive planting decisions

April 11, 2018 The cool, wet early spring weather conditions means some corn and soybean fields will be planted later than norma. more »»

DAVID KRUSE

April 11, 2018 I have been using a slide in my seminars showing Donald Trump, “Making South American Agriculture Great!” for nearly two years. more »»

IT'S FRIDAY

April 6, 2018 Rick Friday's cartoon submission for April 6, 2018. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

April 6, 2018 Texan Mike Conaway, the Republican chairman the House Ag Committee, went full cowboy on committee Democrats after he learned all 20 of them would vote no on his 2018 Farm Bill if he presented it wit... more »»

KARL SETZER

April 6, 2018 Quarterly stocks data was a little negative for corn and soybeans as inventory of those commodities grew from a year ago. As of March 1st the United States had 8.89 billion bu of corn and . more »»

DAVID KRUSE

April 6, 2018 I don’t know exactly when it was in my life that I first heard about the birds and the bees but no one was very specific about the details. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

April 6, 2018 During that bygone time known as B.C.E. — Before Cerebellum-atrophying Electronics — children had to invent their own entertainmen. more »»

CROP WATCH

April 6, 2018 Here is a belated Easter wish for you. And at the same time Mother Nature seems to be pulling a belated April fool’s joke on us. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

April 6, 2018 If approved by a federal judge, Syngenta will pay the largest agricultural litigation settlement in U.S. history. A total of $1. more »»

IT'S FRIDAY

March 30, 2018 Rick Friday's cartoon submission for March 30. more »»

COUNTY AGENT GUY

March 30, 2018 It’s Easter, that time of year in here in the Midwest that marks the end of Almost Spring and heralds the arrival of Whoops, I Guess It’s Still Winter. more »»

CROP WATCH

March 30, 2018 The calendar has moved past the middle of March and the official start of spring arrives this week. more »»

We are not alone

March 30, 2018 It has plagued women for years, and it has sent women who never lived on the farm (until they agreed to wear a wedding ring) —up onto chairs and table tops, without even so much as a cat call or a... more »»

DAVID KRUSE

March 29, 2018 Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, is tasked with being the “Trump Whisperer” to the ag sector. more »»

BRIAN HOOPS

March 29, 2018 U.S. agricultural exports could be at risk in any retaliation over tariffs implemented by the White House, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said. more »»

FARM AND FOOD FILE

March 29, 2018 Shortly after he turns 86 on April 10, Eugene Glock will begin planting his 70th corn crop on the Butler County, NE farm he operates with his son. more »»

KARL SETZER

March 29, 2018 We are starting to see more and more interest in what the United States may see for yields this coming year. In the USDA Outlook Forum a corn yield of 174 bushels per acre was predicted, a large 3. more »»

 
 

 

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