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USDA April Supply Demand Report

The April USDA Supply Demand Report was released at 11 this morning. Going into the report, corn was 2-3 cents lower but beans were down hard, almost 20 cents a bushel. The Dollar Index was up more that 100 points and that likely was what was putting the grains under pressure

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Expensive Toys For A Chemistry Lab

Recently when I was in Denver with Laura at a chemistry conference, we spent some time going through the trade show. This was an area where all kinds of business that worked with chemistry labs and professors set up displays to show off their latest and greatest equipment

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Market Report: Corn and Beans Lower Again

Market action today was very similar to Monday. By the close, corn was 1-2 cents lower. The big factor today was the Dollar Index rallying about 100 points. There was some pressure from the forecast of more rain for the Southern Corn Belt

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Randolph FFA Tractor Parade is Friday Morning

The 13th annual Randolph FFA Tractor Parade is Friday morning starting at 9. As a kick-off to farmers' spring field work, the Randolph school allows the entire student body to watch or participate in the parade! Last year more than 120 tractors were in the parade

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Market Report: Both Corn and Beans Lower

Corn closed today around a penny lower today. The Dollar Index started this morning quite a bit lower but closed higher and that pressured corn. Export Inspections were reported by the USDA at 1.027 MMT compared to 763,786 last week

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Governor Mark Dayton at Buffer Proposal Forum in Rice County

This afternoon, Gov. Mark Dayton attended a Buffer Proposal Forum at Dave Legvold's farm just northwest of Northfield. There was not even standing room only in Legvold's shop. I guess he needs a larger shop! It was great to see farmers, land owners, sportsman and interested citizens there to learn more about Dayton's buffer proposal

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Budding Lilac Bush A Sign Of Spring

This is a budding lilac bush outside of the KDHL studios. This is my first sign of spring. It is amazing how perennial plants can survive 30 below zero temperatures in the winter and begin growing again in the spring

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Market Report: Corn Higher, Soybeans Mixed

Corn had another good day as it continues to recover some of the losses from Tuesday. Export sales for corn were disappointing at only 431,700 MT. However, it was right at the weekly sales we need to meet the USDA export projections for the year

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Buffer Proposal Forum on Monday

The Dakota Rice County Corn and Soybean Growers and the Cannon River Watershed Partnership will be sponsoring a Buffer Proposal Forum on Monday, April 6, from 1:30-4 p.m. The forum will be held at Legvold Farms, 5103 315th St

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Market Report: Corn and Soybeans Higher

After losses of about 18 cents a bushel Tuesday after the USDA stocks and planting intentions were released, corn gained about 6 cents a bushel today. Maybe traders realized that corn acres will still be down from 2014 and the crop is not in the bin yet

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