What a day. Corn closed up 6-7 cents. With the bearish attitude among traders recently, I sure did not see this rally coming. It sure helped that the Dollar Index was sharply lower and maybe the funds were as short as they could get
John Dvorak, secretary of the Rice County Fair, will be my guest on today's AM Minnesota program. I always enjoy talking about the Rice County Fair. It seems like the fair board always comes up with something new to get more people involved
Corn did not trade far from unchanged today and closed up about a penny. Export Loadings for corn were reported by the USDA at 975,985 MT. Down slightly from last week and last year. In the Crop Progress the USDA released corn planting at 95 percent as the crop is rated 74 percent good to excellent
In the 30-year history of the Dam Days Parade in Morristown, it had never rained during the parade. I remember some heavy rain during the parade lineup, or after the parade, but never during the parade
Special thanks to Paul Bauer for hosting the annual Soybean Planting Broadcast on Thursday afternoon. It was fun to talk with a lot of the businesses that Paul works with throughout the year. We always try and schedule the broadcast when the planting is pretty well done so it is more relaxed
Corn closed up 2-4 cents. Pretty small recovery given the big losses recently. We need to see follow through, but we did have a potential hook reversal on the charts today. The Energy Information Administration reported ethanol production last week increased to 969,000 barrels per day
Corn closed down 5-7 cents today. It was the fifth day lower of the past six days. The Dollar Index was higher and now has gained back half of what it lost since February. Remember, a stronger dollar makes our grain more expensive for countries like China that want to buy it
Thursday afternoon I will be broadcasting from Paul Bauer's farm just east of Faribault. Special thanks to Paul for hosting the annual soybean planting broadcast. The objective to educate consumers about all the business that Paul and other farmers in the area depend on every year to produce a crop
Corn closed out the week Friday going into the long Memorial Day weekend down 4 cents a bushel. I was a little surprised when I looked at the weekly close that was down only about 5 cents a bushel from the previous week
This is a picture I took when I was out spraying pre-emergence herbicide on my soybeans. For a number of years we relied completely on Round-Up to control weeds. We would plant the beans, let the weeds grow and spray them with Round-Up
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