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Is Jerry Working?

It seems there is some confusion about who was really shoveling snow in front of the studio a couple years ago. Bernie on our sales staff was convinced it was me working and took the video to prove it...

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Annual Ag Symposium Next Week at South Central College

The ninth annual Ag Symposium to benefit student scholarships and ag programs at South Central College will be next Tuesday, February 14, at South Central College in North Mankato...

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It is Crop Insurance Season

This is the time of year when farmers spend more time in the office. There is financial information to get to their ag lenders for updating balance sheets and loans to renew...

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USDA Report Thursday

On Thursday at 11AM the USDA will release the February Supply Demand Report. This is typically a report with few surprises or as some traders say an in between report...

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MEXICO U.S. BOARDER CATTLE RANCHER JIM CHILTON
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AM Minnesota Tuesday: Rancher On the U.S.-Mexico Border

Early in January I was at the American Farm Bureau Federation Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. In addition to all the meetings and breakout sessions, there was a large trade show set up...

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Corn Last Week Slightly Higher, Beans Lower

Last week was a fairly active week for corn. Monday was a big down day and Wednesday it was an up day. By the close Friday March corn was 2-3/4 cents higher for the week and new crop December gained 3-1/2 cents...

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Linemen Get A Lunch Break

Friday at noon I saw these Xcel Energy trucks parked across the street. Sure looked like these linemen were able to get a hot lunch at least for one day...

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Cutting Corn Expenses?

With low corn prices, farmers are trying to figure out how to cut expenses. The cost of planting corn for most farmers is likely $700 an acre or more...

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Faribault Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Committee Meets

Typically the Faribault Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Committee meets at noon the first Thursday of every month. I was a little late today and I had to get a chair from Kymn's office...

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Jerry Finds Neat Things at Farm Shows

I enjoy eating cookies as much as anyone! But this is a picture of a cookie I have not and likely will not eat. I was given the cookie by one of the exhibitors at the MN Ag Expo last week in Mankato...

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