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Risk Management is an agriculture commodity marketing service provider for North American grain & livestock farmers & agribusiness
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John Newton 19h
production is slowly recovering, production down 13% YoY and 10% YTD, inventory also below PY levels.
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Deere MachineFinder Jul 6
How well are and plants growing this year? Checking in with the Corn Belt Crop Tour: via
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Risk Management Jul 12
Day 4, 5 & 14 (June 30, July 1 & July 10) 2020 in the state of Missouri. On June 30th we traveled from Southern IL to Portageville to Hayti was pollinating & were canopied & blooming. Thank You
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Allen Motew Jul 12
Months worth of rain for some. Nothing nearby for others. Next 4 days.
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JR Edmondson Jul 9
It sure isn't going to be a 180 national avg., but let's pump the brakes on 2012 comparisons folks.
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Dennis Todey Jul 11
Another product to keep an eye on. / . Redder areas showing places where crops/plants drier and more stressed. Much of under the gun.
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Dennis Todey Jul 11
Don't like continuing to say this, but / are likely to continue into August. week 3-4 outlooks keep the same story. Carries through tasseling on and could start problems for .
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NOAA Climate.gov Jul 10
June 2020 landed in the warmest and driest thirds of the U.S. historical record.
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NWS Des Moines Jul 10
Above normal temperatures will likely continue across for the next two weeks (at least)!!! 🥵🥵🥵
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Farm Policy Jul 10
Soils have large differences in -holding capacity, which creates large regional differences in vulnerability across the .
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Karen Braun Jul 10
Markets not enjoying President Trump's comment about a possible Phase 2 trade deal with .
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Reuters Jul 10
China books second-biggest U.S. corn purchase on record, also buys wheat
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Risk Management Jul 10
Day 9 July 5, 20 concluding tour SD. Despite too much moisture “rain makes grain” rating state, 7.5 out of 10 avg/above avg. Crops are a week behind with minor issues, but a lack of extreme heat & timely rains should help crop recover. Thank You
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Risk Management Jul 10
Thank You Craig Blindert, Blindert Insurance Salem, SD for their hospitality. planted May 3, 28,000 on covered crop from 2019 prevent plant acres. Tall planted May 12 140,000 lots of moisture. Thank You
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Darin D. Fessler 🇺🇸 Jul 10
Root Zone Soil Moisture: July 6, 2020 v July 9, 2012
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BAMWX Jul 9
New GFS out through 92hrs total rainfall. A few notes... Generally drier inside black circle vs run 6hrs ago. Still suggesting a solid rain for most of MI Has a good rain in dry west IA MO/IL/IN concerns mount...
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Karen Braun Jul 9
is expected to develop later in 2020 and persist at least thru early 2021. The last La Nina was in 2017-18 & it coincided with terrible harvests of and in and far southern . Drought also set in for S. U.S. Plains (HRW country).
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Risk Management Jul 9
Day 9 July 5, 20 in the state of SD. Crops planted in heavy soils doing much better than sandy light soils. Some standing water, holes and abandoned acres but not as much as last year. Thank You Sponsor
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Risk Management Jul 9
Day 9 July 5, 20 state of SD. The state is too wet especially travelling east/north passed Pierre & Aberdeen. Crops stressing under too much moisture. 60 (nighttime) & 80-degree (Day time) temps ideal but need more sunshine. Thank You Sponsor
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Risk Management Jul 9
Day 8, July 4, 20 taking a break to enjoy the July 4th U.S. holiday. Found another rainstorm & rainbow. Hoping at the end of the rainbow is a pot full of much higher grain prices in the next 30 days after a very discouraging 1st half. Thank You
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