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Weather Forecast We Wanted

Finally, a great weather forecast so we can get back in the field! Certainly people will be pleased with the nice weather and the Memorial Day weekend coming up. With most farmers it is more a feeling of relief! We will be working hard throughout the weekend and HAPPY we can be! There will be a lot of equipment on the highways the next few days so be careful as you are traveling this weekend

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Corn Planting Made progress

Some farmers were able to get back into the field late last week. Here is a picture from the back window of my cab that was taken Sunday afternoon. The white tank in the front is carrying liquid fertilizer

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2008 Crop Acreage Report Assesses Impact Of Midwest Floods
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Corn and Beans Steady, Wheat Down for 9th Day

After being under pressure since last Friday's USDA Supply Demand Report corn and beans are  about unchanged today. With wheat down for the 9th day in a row and down about 70 cents a bushel you have to think we will see a bounce soon

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Don’t Try This at Home!

This is a picture that is going around the internet that I had to post. This is actually a homeowner in Shakopee. The police were called and told him to come down. The man said it was his tree and he could do what he wanted! Many farmers have done things like this too

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May is Beef Month

Karen Schaefer Executive Director of the Minnesota Beef Council was my guest on today's AM Minnesota Program. May is the "official" start of the grilling season and that is why May was designated Beef Month

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2008 Crop Acreage Report Assesses Impact Of Midwest Floods
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USDA Report Today!

The dust has settled after the USDA Report was released at 11:00 this morning. By the close old and new crop corn was lower, old crop beans higher and new crop beans just slightly higher. On the corn, world ending stocks came in much higher than expected for both old and new crop

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Envirothon Contest in Faribault

Hats off to the Rice County Soil and Water Conservation District, NRCS and Forestry for hosting the 21st Annual Envirothon at Alexander Park in Faribault. The staff, local board members and a few volunteers organize the contest for high school students

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Enough Rain???

One of my dealers was dropping off some corn yesterday afternoon just after the severe thunderstorm and sent me this picture of my farm. I think I would feel better if I had not seen it. On Tuesday afternoon, I worked over one field and it was wet in places

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2008 Crop Acreage Report Assesses Impact Of Midwest Floods
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USDA Supply Demand Report Friday at 11:00 AM

Friday morning at 11:00 am the USDA will release the May Supply Demand Report. There will be three sets of numbers of special interest. The projected carryover for the 2013-14 crop and this will be the first estimate for the 2014-15 crop

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2008 Crop Acreage Report Assesses Impact Of Midwest Floods
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Grains Following the Same Pattern As Monday

Todays grain action is the same as Monday's. Wheat is the strong one, beans the weak one and corn in the middle. It seems wheat might be helping corn as some traders are talking about less wheat being fed to livestock because of higher prices

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