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FFA JACKET
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Jerry Gets Ready for National FFA Week

It was 1947 when the tradition began of celebrating National FFA Week. The week of George Washington's birthday was chosen by the FFA Board of Directors to recognize Washington's legacy as a farmer...

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Markets: Higher Tuesday!

Corn had a good day Tuesday, closing with gains of about 4 cents. Corn was higher in the overnight session, lost most of the gains in the morning, but then clawed back to close on the highs for the day...

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BUFFER MEETING
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Buffer Law Meeting In Faribault

Today the Rice County Farm Bureau sponsored a Rice County Buffer Update meeting in Faribault. As you can see there were a lot of farmers and landowners that are still trying to figure out what the "Buffer Law" really means...

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Minnesota Agriculture’s South American Competition

On Tuesday's AM Minnesota program the topic will be our competition in South America. The United States is the leading exporter of corn on the world market and the United States is the disputed leading soybean exporter...

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CORN GROWING
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Nitrogen Conference Tuesday, February 23

The second annual nitrogen conference called Minnesota's Grand Challenge and Compelling Opportunity will be Tuesday, February 23, at the Rochester International Events Center in Rochester...

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CHADS COMBINE
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Market Report: Softer Friday

It was a fairly quiet day again Friday as corn closed about a penny lower. For the week, March corn lost 7 cents. The Dollar Index was up about 600 points, which kept a lid on any corn rally, however the Dollar Index is still at its lowest point since last October...

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Market Report: Corn Unchanged, Beans Higher

It was a little unusual to see beans up double digits but corn about unchanged. Corn had a very narrow range of about 4 cents. The Dollar Index was both sides of unchanged but it still is at its lowest level since the middle of October...

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BUFFER STRIP
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Rice County Buffer Update

The Rice County Farm Bureau will be hosting a buffer update meeting on Tuesday, February 16, at the Family Diner, 2519 Lyndale Ave., Faribault...

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COMBINING CORN DUST
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Markets: Boring!

Corn was lifeless again today as corn closed about a penny lower. It seems as if corn is waiting for news to make a move. Unfortunately I have no idea what news might be on the horizon to get corn to rally...

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Rice and Steele County Crops Day

Mark your calendars for Rice and Steele County Crops Day on Wednesday, February 24, in the 4-H Building on the Rice County Fairgrounds in Faribault...

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