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Governor Mark Dayton at Buffer Proposal Forum in Rice County

This afternoon, Gov. Mark Dayton attended a Buffer Proposal Forum at Dave Legvold's farm just northwest of Northfield. There was not even standing room only in Legvold's shop. I guess he needs a larger shop! It was great to see farmers, land owners, sportsman and interested citizens there to learn more about Dayton's buffer proposal

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LILAC BUSH
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Budding Lilac Bush A Sign Of Spring

This is a budding lilac bush outside of the KDHL studios. This is my first sign of spring. It is amazing how perennial plants can survive 30 below zero temperatures in the winter and begin growing again in the spring

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Grain Bin
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Market Report: Corn Higher, Soybeans Mixed

Corn had another good day as it continues to recover some of the losses from Tuesday. Export sales for corn were disappointing at only 431,700 MT. However, it was right at the weekly sales we need to meet the USDA export projections for the year

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Buffer Proposal Forum on Monday

The Dakota Rice County Corn and Soybean Growers and the Cannon River Watershed Partnership will be sponsoring a Buffer Proposal Forum on Monday, April 6, from 1:30-4 p.m. The forum will be held at Legvold Farms, 5103 315th St

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Grain Bin
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Market Report: Corn and Soybeans Higher

After losses of about 18 cents a bushel Tuesday after the USDA stocks and planting intentions were released, corn gained about 6 cents a bushel today. Maybe traders realized that corn acres will still be down from 2014 and the crop is not in the bin yet

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BRINKS REUCK
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Look What I Caught in Denver

Last week I was in Denver with our daughter, Laura, for a chemistry conference. Laura was going as a graduation present because she will be receiving her B.S. in chemistry this spring. I thought it was neat that she wanted her dad to go along

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Grain Bin
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Market Report: Some Surprises in the USDA Report

Going into the Planting Intentions Report and the Stocks Now Positions I was convinced it would be friendly for corn and bearish for soybeans. The result would be soybeans sharply lower, corn higher and eventually beans would pull corn down, too

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A Big Crowd At Buffer Meeting In Owatonna

Last Saturday the Steele County Farmers Union, along with the Steele County Corn and Soybean Growers, sponsored a meeting on Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer proposal. Commissioner of Agriculture Dave Frederickson, DNR officials, and state representatives and senators were there to listen to what farmers and citizens thought of the proposal

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Market Report: Prereport Day Corn and Beans Higher

Corn futures closed 3-4 cents a bushel higher today. Gordy said this morning at 11:15 that there probably was some short covering and position squaring ahead of tomorrow's USDA Stocks and Planting Intentions Report

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Small Growing Corn
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Tom Hoverstad Will Discuss 2015 Growing Season on AM Minnesota

Tom Hoverstad, who is a scientist at the Southern Research and Outreach Center at Waseca, will be my guest on Tuesday's AM Minnesota program. Hoverstad was on AM Minnesota a little over a month ago. He said it would be timely to be on again about April 1 with an update on the approaching growing season

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