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Risk Management Jan 18
2019 Chatham-Kent Farm Show at the John D. Bradley Center on Jan. 23 & 24 stop by & say hi to Moe for the 19 4th Annual Great ON Yield Tour booth at H9 & sign up for 3 $2500 grand prizes! @StreveRedRedmond Thanks to all our hosts/ sponsors
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Risk Management Jan 18
Attending Meet Moe Agostino at 6th Annual Chatham Farm-Kent Farm Jan. 23 11:30 a.m. & Jan. 24 10:00 a.m. Gain insight into where mad markets are headed & sign up to win great prizes. Thank You to our Sponsor Global
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Risk Management Jan 18
China has offered a 6-year boost in imports of U.S. goods with a combined value of $1 trillion & reduce U.S. deficit to 0 by 2024 according to Bloomberg News
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Risk Management Jan 18
Bloomberg: trade negotiation sources saying China in January offered to boost US imports over 6 year period, & valued at over $1 trillion. But, negotiators are skeptical of the offer & want faster reduction in trade gap with China. via
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Karen Braun Jan 17
WSJ reporting that U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is considering lifting some/all tariffs on Chinese goods and suggested a tariff rollback during U.S.-China trade talks scheduled for Jan. 30, but a Treasury spokesman has denied the report.
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Kayla Bennett Jan 15
TWO new product releases at the Precision Planting Winter Conference: FurrowForce and SmartDepth! Great day so far!
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Risk Management Jan 15
Reports surface that U.S. & China discussed a $50 billion, 2-year Ag product purchase program by China. Supertankers filled with U.S. crude oil heading to China. Pork recently made the list of "approved" items; corn & ethanol next?
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Chris Creek Jan 15
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Karen Braun Jan 14
Sea surface temp anomalies in the Nino 3.4 region of the Pacific last week dipped below threshold (+0.5 C) for the first time since Sept. This trend could potentially bring unfavorable weather to 's second crop in the coming weeks/months.
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Risk Management Jan 14
China last week raised their 18/19 crop projections up 42.3 mmt to 257.3 vs. last month at 215! They raised their projections to reconcile themselves with other agencies like USDA. The 257.3 is an increase of 1.3 from current USDA projections & down from last year at 259
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Risk Management Jan 14
Dry/hot weather has been impacting 18/19 Brazilian crop but also affecting corn crop to a lesser extent. Its early but the most important time for the safrinha corn crop (70% of the total production) is from mid-March-mid-May when the crop is pollinating & setting grain.
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Risk Management Jan 10
1 month ago analysts were forecasting new record high 125 - 130 mmt for 18/19 crop but than an El Nino dry & hot weather pattern kicked in Dec. & production now heading lower. With forecasters calling for it to remain dry thru end of Mar. could be game changer?
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Karen Braun Jan 8
in 's No. 2 grower Parana are doing markedly worse than in the previous 3 years. Only 58% of the crop is in good condition versus 87% and higher at this time in 2016-2018.
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Karen Braun Jan 8
The first of 2019, in did-you-know form. Mato Grosso, 🇧🇷 is 6 times larger than Iowa, USA🇺🇸. Mato Grosso produces twice as many as Iowa, but Iowa grows 2.5 times more than Mato Grosso.
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Karen Braun Jan 9
's core and regions have been wet in recent weeks (much different from last year). 60-day precip is 58% above normal levels. Recall mid-Jan 2017 (market freaked about about too much Argy rain). Here is a comparison of 2017 and 2019 (2 wks apart).
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Karen Braun Jan 9
Replying to @kannbwx
Here's a snapshot of last year at the same time to compare. Last year, February is when things really got bad for (recorded driest month in the Pampas in at least 30 years). The dry start to March was the nail in the coffin.
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Allen Motew Jan 9
: South America Vegetation Health Index this year and last. Jan 7.
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Risk Management Jan 9
Day 19 of U.S. gov't shutdown, 2nd longest in history 95/96 - 21 days delaying the release of USDA Jan. final crop production reports until funding is provided. Analysts expect both 18 U.S. corn & soy production to be lower. History suggests a drop of 1.7 & 0.5 bpa respectively.
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Farms.com Ontario Ag Jan 7
Meet some of the speakers that will be presenting at the 2019 Precision Agriculture Conference! Register today!
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matthew atwood Jan 7
Well, this is going to be an interesting spring. Many new traits corn and beans get approval!! This will be a fun summer to walk plots and take notes.
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