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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.
2008 Crop Acreage Report Assesses Impact Of Midwest Floods
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Tough Day for the Grains

After the long holiday weekend the grain markets are quite a bit lower today. In the case of corn I read it was "profit taking" and planting progress or soon to be planting progress. It was warm over the weekend but looking at the forecast for the rest of the week it does not look like we will get a lot of planting done here in the upper Midwest

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Dairy Princess
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Dairy Royalty in Rice County

Recently I had the privilege to be the emcee of the Rice County Dairy Banquet at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Faribault. In the picture is the Rice County Dairy Royalty. From the left: Dairy Maid Kelsey Kuball, daughter of Nathan and Shannon Kuball of Waterville, Junior Ambassador Jack Saemrow son of Gordon and Hindy Saemrow of Waterville, Rice County Dairy Princess Emily Pieper daughter of Ray and Bridget Pieper of New Prague and Dairy Maid Hannah Fessel, daughter of Brad Fessel of Waterville and Kari Cole of Faribault

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2008 Crop Acreage Report Assesses Impact Of Midwest Floods
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Profit Taking in the Grains Today

We have seen some big swings in the grains today but we are a fair amount lower. We have had a big run and in the case of corn broke through overhead resistance and got quit a bit above it. Gordy with Slipka Trading said during our 11:15 report that it is normal to see a market break through and than go back down and test the new support level

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