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CHADS COMBINE
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Markets Mixed Wednesday

It was a slow news day Wednesday and that allowed corn prices to drift in a fairly narrow range. By the close corn was 1-4 cents lower. It was the second day in a row new crop December failed to break through the 200-day moving average...

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Prarie hollow Photo
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A Weather Forecast Guaranteed To Be Accurate

When you are a farmer you always watch the weather. If rain is in the forecast in three days, you push really hard to get as much field work done as possible...

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metal in seed corn
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Farmers Could Write a Book on Strange Experiences

Saturday about 4PM I had just filled the planter with seed corn and liquid fertilizer. I had about 25 acres of corn left to plant. Of course I was aware of the forecast of rain for about the next week...

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COMBINING CORN DUST
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Market Report: Corn and Beans Higher Monday

It was a pretty good day for corn Monday given the sell-off late last week. While corn did close 3-8 cents off the highs, it was still up 5-9 cents...

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STATE FFA CONVENTION DELEGATE SESSION
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More Than 3,600 FFA Members at the State Convention

A record 3,649 FFA members are at the State FFA Convention being hosted by the University of Minnesota-St. Paul campus. Yes, blue jackets, the official dress of the FFA, are here in mass...

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Markets Friday, Ouch

It was not a good day for the grains Friday as corn closed 11-14 cents lower. The bulls were in control the first half of the week but the bears got it back the second...

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State FFA Buses
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The Blue Jackets Take Over The University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus

The 87th Minnesota State FFA Convention kicked off this afternoon at the University of Minnesota-St. Paul campus. The University of Minnesota-St...

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RICE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
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Farmer Appreciation Day is Saturday, June 11, 2016

I hope you will mark your calendars for Saturday, June 11, 2016. That is the date of the first Farmer Appreciation Day. For more than 10 years, KDHL has teamed up with our sister station KRFO in Owatonna to sponsor the Farmer Appreciation Breakfast...

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BRAD'S CORN GROWING
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Markets Very Active Thursday

Corn had a nice day Thursday, at least for a while. Corn sold off near the close to post losses of 9-10 cents. The daily trading range was 16-18 cents...

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Corn and Beans Higher Again Wednesday

Corn had an active day of trading Wednesday and closed with gains of 5-10 cents. May corn closed well over the 200-day moving average and it looks like the funds continued to cover their short positions...

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