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Bill Nelson Sep 21
Oil World is out at noon with a bearish 2018/19 s/d update. Lowers China imports to 88.5 mmt and ups US carryout forecast to 900 million bushels on lower exports.
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AgWeb Editors Sep 21
Five grant programs through USDA will award farmers, ranchers and other growers with $102.7 million. These grants will support locally-led projects that help expand markets for local food promotion and specialty crops. via
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Doane Advisory Sep 21
Cotton futures turned decisively lower in response to the latest tit-for-tat moves by the U.S. and China. Given China’s status as a huge buyer of U.S. fiber, the market’s vulnerability to fresh trade barriers wasn’t surprising.
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AgWeb Editors Sep 20
Wild weather across the Corn Belt could slow down as temperatures dive. According to meteorologists, frost could hit parts of the Corn Belt Oct. 1 or sooner.
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AgWeb Editors Sep 20
Iowa land values are still strong, despite coming off of record highs a few years ago. Still, tariffs and trade uncertainty are likely to impact farmland values going into 2019. via
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Sec. Sonny Perdue Sep 19
To help school children affected by in North Carolina, is providing free meals thru School Lunch Program. This will benefit more than 284,000 kids in 31 school districts. is there to help in time of need. Details:
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High Plains Journal Sep 19
Kansas State University is using grant money to develop soil sensors that will aid in food production. Read more at .
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Top Producer Editor Sep 19
For 2019, we are bestowing three awards on deserving farmers. Nominate or apply today!
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AgWeb Editors Sep 18
Year after year of record harvests, combined with less export and ethanol demand could mean elevators won’t have as much space for grain as in previous years. Isolated areas could even turn grain away, leaving farmers with few options. via
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Ashley Davenport Sep 18
The next installment of the podcast is now available on the app! I had a great conversation with about what they're doing improve their environment.
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Doane Advisory Sep 17
Feeder cattle futures almost surely benefitted from last week’s combination of fed cattle strength and corn and soybean meal weakness (since those imply reduced feed costs). Seasonally tight supplies of heavy yearlings may also be supporting feeder values
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Farm Journal's MILK Sep 17
There are five characteristics of top managers and all of them center on attitude rather than expertise.
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Farm Journal Sep 17
Tariffs are like farm subsidies, costing millions of Americans a few dollars, but benefiting a few thousand citizens greatly, says John Phipps in his third installment of Tariffs And Policies.
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Doane Advisory Sep 14
All three markets. , and , look set to end the week testing their recent lows. (From AgNews )
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DairyHerd Management Sep 13
As promised by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, USDA released details on how aid payments were calculated on Thursday.
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Bill Nelson Sep 13
In its daily export sales system Sales of 142,876 tonnes of corn to Costa Rica, during the 2018/2019 and sales of 108,010 tonnes of soybeans to Mexico and sales of 120,000 tonnes of soybeans for delivery to unknown. Of the total 40,000 2018/2019 and 80,000 during 2019/2020
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Farm Journal Sep 12
All farmers need to know what, where and how they will keep the farm operation going during a disaster. Whether it’s wildfire, hurricane, flood or blizzard, there are planning resources to make a stressful time easier to manage.
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Dept. of Agriculture Sep 12
USDA urges local residents to safeguard food, pets & livestock before . We have programs that provide assistance in the wake of disasters. Our staff in the regional, state & county offices stand ready & eager to help.
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