On Monday I commented that it could have been worse as both corn and beans rallied late in the session and closed well off the lows. Today it was worse as corn closed down 7-8 cents and closed the lows
Cover crops and soil health will be the topic today on KDHL's AM Minnesota program at 9:30. My guest will be Ed McNamara from the Goodhue Soil and Water Conservation District. In the picture is a helicopter set up to seed cover crops in a corn field so it can get established before the corn is harvested
It was a moral victory for corn today as it only closed down about a penny. Corn was down quite a bit more in the morning. Export Loadings were above the weekly pace we need to be on the meet the USDA projections for the year, but were down from the previous week
A number of Minnesota Farmers Union members are attending the National Farmers Union convention in Wichita Kansas. Minnesota Farmers Union Vice President Gary Wertish and Kandiyohi County member Bessie Klose received the received the Silver Star, the highest honor given by the National Farmers Union to celebrate the strong membership recruitment and retention work at the local level
It was a rather uneventful day today in corn and soybeans. Corn was down 2-3 cents. The dollar index was lower, and that might have offset the negative export sales report. Export sales for corn were well below expectations at only 343,300 MT
Today Community Co-op held its 89th annual meeting. As usual there was a big crowd there to enjoy lunch and the annual meeting. Whenever I go to a co-op annual meeting I marvel at the foresight of the founders
Corn managed to close 2-3 cents higher today. The march Supply Demand Report is history and now traders are focusing on demand and acres for this growing season. The general thought is we will have fewer corn acres this year
The Cannon Falls FFA crops team won the regional contest and earned the right to compete at the State FFA Convention in April. Members include Brandon Hernke (from left), Mason Lundell, Cole Zimmerman, Chase Jacobson and Kira Jacobson
Corn closed today about a penny lower. The March USDA Supply Demand report was a bit friendly for corn. Projected carryover for the United States was cut slightly from 1.822 billion bushels to 1.777 billion bushels
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