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Jerry Groskreutz

I grew up on a crop and dairy farm in Southern Minnesota. After graduating from Wells Easton High School I attended the University Of Minnesota and earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Agricultural Education. After graduation I returned to operate the family farm consisting of 600 acres of corn, soybeans, alfalfa, sweet corn, peas and 100 dairy cows. After 18 years in the fall of 1995, I traded the milking parlor for a radio microphone and became a Farm Broadcaster. I still get up at 3:30 am every day. In addition to Farm Broadcasting covering the farm news, weather, markets, meetings, county fairs, FFA conventions and so on I continue to farm our land in Southern Minnesota. My wife of 36 years Louise is a Degreed R N and is an Industrial Nurse for the Jennie-O-Turkey Store. We have two children, Laura finishing up her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry and Stephen in Graduate School at the University of Pittsburg in Analytical Chemistry.
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Market Report: Corn Firmer, Beans Lower

Corn did not trade far from unchanged today and closed up about a penny. Export Loadings for corn were reported by the USDA at 975,985 MT. Down slightly from last week and last year. In the Crop Progress the USDA released corn planting at 95 percent as the crop is rated 74 percent good to excellent

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Sometimes You Do Have Good Luck!

One day last week I was in my sweet corn field with the Gator picking up a few rocks. It was more than 20 years ago we had a dozer and backhoe burn and bury a building site. Of course we did get all the proper burning permits! Since that time I am still picking up rocks, pieces of metal and other things that have worked to the surface

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KDHL Soybean Planting Broadcast at Paul Bauer’s Farm

Special thanks to Paul Bauer for hosting the annual Soybean Planting Broadcast on Thursday afternoon. It was fun to talk with a lot of the businesses that Paul works with throughout the year. We always try and schedule the broadcast when the planting is pretty well done so it is more relaxed

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Market Report: Corn Firmer, Beans Slightly Weaker

Corn closed up 2-4 cents. Pretty small recovery given the big losses recently. We need to see follow through, but we did have a potential hook reversal on the charts today. The Energy Information Administration reported ethanol production last week increased to 969,000 barrels per day

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