Monday evening the Farm Business Management program at the South Central College in Faribault held its annual Analysis Banquet. I have attended for many years (yes, it's free food) and there is always a big crowd
Corn recovered some of the recent losses today, closing 3 cents higher. Traders may have been thinking the losses may have been overdone. The Dollar Index was about 800 points lower, so that was supportive along with the planting progress report
Yes, the joys of living in Minnesota. After a long, cold winter we finally get nice warm weather and now we have to deal with insects. This is a picture I took outside KDHL studios. In case you don't recognize these insects, they are boxelder bugs
Corn was hit hard today, closing down about 7 cents. Wheat was really hit, closing down about 30 cents. That probably pulled corn down, too. Export Inspections were reported at 855,766 MT, which was down from last week at 1
John Dvorak, executive secretary for the Rice County Fair, will be my guest Tuesday on KDHL's AM Minnesota program. Dvorak will be stopping by the KDHL studios about once a month to give us an update on the Rice County Fair
Friday was another day corn closed lower, but it was only a penny lower. July corn was 10 cents lower for the week. There was a lot of bearish talk all week about corn, and it seemed like corn would have been a lot lower for the week than 10 cents
It was rather cold this morning for the 13th annual FFA Tractor Parade in Randolph. Looking on the bright side, at least it was not raining or snowing. A couple of years ago we received about 6 inches of wet, heavy snow the night before the parade
Joseph Spitzmueller with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture's Fertilizer and Pesticide Regulatory unit will be my guest on AM Minnesota on Friday morning. Each spring I have Spitzmueller on the program
The April USDA Supply Demand Report was released at 11 this morning. Going into the report, corn was 2-3 cents lower but beans were down hard, almost 20 cents a bushel. The Dollar Index was up more that 100 points and that likely was what was putting the grains under pressure
Recently when I was in Denver with Laura at a chemistry conference, we spent some time going through the trade show. This was an area where all kinds of business that worked with chemistry labs and professors set up displays to show off their latest and greatest equipment
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