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Risk Management 19h
The 18 August Stats Canada “satellite-based computer model’ was not a surprise as grain production was up vs. the July farmer survey but already priced into futures as we tested harvest lows. Yields in the south below expectations but further North are higher in Western Canada
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Risk Management 19h
Expert Tip of the Day Daniel deMoissac How to share farm info with ag partners using digital tools Thank you Platinum sponsors
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Risk Management 19h
Today Stats Canada reported in their August "satellite-based computer model" record yields for ON vs. July farmer survey report for & at 169.3 & 49.1 respectively but still lower than the 2018 Great ON yield Tour at 179.5 and 50.2 bpa respectively.
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Karen Braun Sep 19
's plan for weaning itself off U.S. includes cutting the meal ration for hogs. A reduction to 12% from 20% would lower bean demand by 27 mln tonnes (U.S. exported ~36 mln to China last yr). U.S. and European pig farmers already feed at a level <20% soy.
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Farm Policy Sep 18
Graphic from : States Dependent on with ().
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Risk Management Sep 18
Expert Tip of the Day Chris Creek Minimize light interception to maximize corn yields! Thank you Platinum sponsors
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Risk Management Sep 18
AAFC is forecasting lower ending stocks across the board thanks to a lower July Stats Canada crop report. Over the past 10 years however, the pre-harvest survey has underestimated final production by 2.4 MMT, over by 1.5 MMT in drought year of 12-13 to under of 5.0 MMT in 2015-16
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Risk Management Sep 18
Informa forecasting US acres 82.27 million down 7.33 vs. 18 & US acres 93.044 million up 3.944 vs. 18. The corn to soybean ratio suggests more corn vs. soy acres in 19 at 2.30. Ending stocks 1,655 on corn & soybeans 621 or lower with Chinese trade deal!
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Karen Braun Sep 14
exported 50.9 million tonnes of to from Jan-Aug, some 78.8% of its total exports. This is up from 44.1 million in the same period a year ago, when exports to China accounted for 77.5%. The topic headlined USDA's oilseeds circular this month (pictured).
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Visio-Crop Sep 17
Risque de gel sur le blé en Australie : Voici la zone où le risque de dégâts de gel devraient être marqués sur le WA en Australie alors que les blé ont dépassé le stade épiaison. A suivre.....
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alison howey Sep 17
Today has been difficult. Our soybeans in the upper left field (by the yellow arrow) are completely submerged and the water is continuing to rise. You can see the tops of trees near the green arrow. Pee Dee River in Cheraw, SC
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Tim Phelps Sep 17
Looks like we're off to the races again....
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☀️Michael Clark🌽 Sep 18
Confidence increasing on a major early October cold front. Frost in the cards? Details in my video forecast on today.
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Kyle Plattner Sep 18
We just released Cab 7.5.3 which adds several new options to the Metrics Pane while harvesting, added the ability to create manual yield maps for Cotton, and fixed several crashes. See the new metrics here:
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Dennis Todey Sep 17
Here is our big issue for the week. Several inch rains possible in a good chunk of the northern corn belt. Will slow field activity. Make sure to go slow returning to fields to avoid compaction issues.
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Better Farming Sep 17
New in ! Denise Hockaday () talks recent innovations including seed and fertility scripting, increased compatibility, and expanding platform partners.
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Better Farming Sep 13
The team at are raising more than your yield! Bushel Plus will donate a percentage of the proceeds from their pink and blue systems to breast cancer research and mental health awareness for farmers! Learn more at !
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Karen Braun Sep 12
USDA stuns the market by placing U.S. yield at a massive 181.3 bu/acre, dwarfing last year's record of 176.6. Here is the state-level breakdown. Staggering yields of 214 in IL, 206 in IA, and 198 in NE lead the pack. Five states were expecting records last month, now its 9.
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Karen Braun Sep 13
Yesterday's 181.3 bu/acre U.S. yield didn't really damage the domestic balance sheet, so long as you buy into the aggressive demand scenario. Stocks-to-use for 2018/19 are now projected at 11.7% (was 11.2% in Aug), which is a five-year low. USDA upped total use by 0.8%.
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Karen Braun Sep 14
Here's what USDA's 845 million bushel U.S. carryout looks like compared with the previous 22 years. The highest forecast that I could find was 655 mln bu in June 2006 for 2006/07 (ended up at 574 mln bu - current record). Second largest final was 536 mln in 85/86.
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