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Markets: Corn and Beans Lower

Corn began the day after the big 4th of July weekend under pressure but did close well off the lows of the day. Traders seemed to be concerned about the Greece debt crisis. However the Greece economy is about 2 percent of the European economy so in the big picture it doesn't really matter what happens in Greece

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Jerry’s Corn is Growing

On Saturday, June 26, one week before the Fourth of July, I took a picture of corn up to my chest. Last week I was in Michigan moving our daughter, Laura, out to graduate school. We drove home on the Fourth of July

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Jerry’s First Selfie

Last Saturday I went out to the farm to check the crops and get the planter ready to plant beans. My peas should be harvested around the fifth of July and, weather permitting, I am going to plant beans and hope for the best

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Market Report: Corn and Beans Close Friday Sharply Higher

Corn extended gains Friday closing 8-10 cents higher. December corn traded as high as $4.06 and a half, which was a price December had not traded at since April 8. Corn closed above the 50 percent retracement

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Market Report: Corn and Beans Sharply Higher

What a day as corn futures closed with double-digit gains of 10-11 cents. I read that the funds bought around 18,000 contracts or 90 million bushels. Now that is a lot of short covering! Until just recently traders viewed the rain as beneficial

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Hay and Forage Expo at Cannon Falls

On Wednesday I went up to the Hay and Forage Expo just south of Cannon Falls. The Hay and Forage Expo was organized by Farm Progress Companies. The Hernkes hosted the event as they did back in 2011

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Farmer Appreciation Breakfast a Success

A special thank you to everyone who came to the annual Farmer Appreciation Breakfast in Owatonna on Tuesday. It sure was fun to talk with our listeners. It is these type of events that make being in radio as a farm broadcaster special

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Market Report: Corn Higher, Beans Mixed

Corn began the day slightly firmer, but by the end of trading was up 7 cents to almost 8 cents. There was likely some short covering after the USDA's Crop Condition report showed the corn rated good to excellent declined by 2 percent

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Market Report: Corn and Beans Higher

Corn started the week in a positive way, posting gains of 4-7 cents. Beans were sharply higher and corn probably benefited from spill-over support. Export Loadings were reported at 1,105,254 MT

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Market Report: Corn and Beans Lower

Corn closed about 5 cents lower Friday, giving back all of the gains from earlier in the week. Informa released their acre projections for 2015 and they were actually below the USDA projections. Informa's projections were at 88

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