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CORN TASSELING
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Market Report: Corn Firmer, Beans Lower Again

Corn had another moral victory today, closing 1-2 cents higher while beans were lower again. Traders are watching reports from the Pro Farmer Crop Tour. The tour projected a yield for Indiana at 143 bushels an acre

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BEANS & CAR
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Very Tall Beans in Southern Minnesota

Last Friday afternoon was the first day I got out to the farm in just over a month. My agronomist was scouting the fields and keeping me informed on crop development along with my dad. They told me I had very good weed control but I was still a little concerned as I saw a number of weedy bean fields heading out to the farm

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SCFF FAME
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Steele County Livestock Hall of Fame

The Steele County Fair officially began with the flag raising at 5PM. In my mind it began at 2PM with the Steele County Livestock Hall of Fame Program. This was a program that began 12 years ago. It is a great way to celebrate the rich agricultural heritage of the livestock industry in Steele County

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BEANS MY 80
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Market Report: Corn Firmer, Beans Lower Again

Corn saw a moral victory, closing 2-3 cents higher, while beans and wheat were lower. That came even with the dollar index being higher. The Pro Farmer Midwest Crop tour continues to find problems in the Eastern Corn Belt with great yields in the West

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BEANS MY 80
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Market Report: Corn and Beans About Unchanged

It was a quiet day today, with corn closing about 2 cents lower. Rain moving through the Midwest was considered very beneficial to crop development. The Farm Service Agency reported this morning that 2

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BBQ Contest
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Official BBQ Judge at Dakota County Fair

It was a busy day Saturday! In the morning I was at the Goodhue County Pork Producers food stand, then over to the Goodhue County 4-H Livestock Auction and later Saturday up to the Dakota County Fair

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CORN SILKING
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Market Report: Corn About Unchanged Friday, Beans Lower

Corn closed out the week quietly Friday about unchanged. For the week, old crop September was down only 9 cents a bushel. Given the USDA Report Wednesday, that probably was not too bad. The CFTC  showed that the funds reduced their long positions by 62,681 contracts

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GOODHUE FAIR MODWL B
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Special Tractor at the Goodhue County Fair

It was fun to see this restored 1936 John Deere Model B outside the 4-H Building at the Goodhue County Fair. It caught my attention as I was walking by so I had to get a closer look. There was a scrapbook on display with pictures of the tractor being restored

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CORN TASSELING
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Market Report: Ouch!

Corn was broadsided for the USDA Report today and closed 18-19 cents lower. The USDA raised the estimated corn yield this year by 2 bushels an acre while most traders expected a drop of a couple of bushels an acre

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CORN SILKING
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Markets: Corn and Beans Higher Friday

Corn closed Friday with gains of about 3 cents a bushel. December new crop gained 3 cents on the week. Later in the week traders were watching the weather forecast which was calling for warmer and dryer weather until the middle of the month

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