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CORN GROWING
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Market Report: Corn and Beans Start Week Higher

It was a great start to the week as corn closed around 10 cents higher Monday. New crop December closed at $4.30, which was the highest close since July 2015...

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RICE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
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New At Farmer’s Appreciation Day Saturday – A Meat Raffle

Remember I said all sorts of new things would be at the Farmer's Appreciation Day on Saturday? How about a meat raffle sponsored by Solar Connection...

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CHADS COMBINE
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Market Report: Corn and Beans Active Friday

After an active day, corn closed about 2-4 cents higher Friday. New crop December reached a high of $4.20, which was the highest level since last July...

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Paddingtons
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Retirement Party For Dan Collins

Thursday afternoon on my way out to the farm I stopped in at Paddington's Seed and Feed in Faribault to say good-bye to Dan Collins. Deb at Paddington's brought in Jimmy John sandwiches, cake and invited all the customers of Paddington's to stop in and wish Dan well...

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BEANS WEEDY STRIP NEXT YEAR
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Kill Weeds When They Are Small

This is a picture I took when I was out spraying one of my corn fields. It was only six days after the frost. I would have liked to give the corn a few more days to recover but I knew these giant ragweed patches were there...

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beans crowing
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Market Report: Beans Sharply Higher Thursday

Trading was quiet in the corn market Thursday compared to beans as corn closed 1-2 cents higher. Corn has rallied about 40 cents a bushel since March so there probably was some farmer selling and hedge pressure...

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Farmer's Appreciation Day
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Farmer’s Appreciation Day is Only 9 Days Away

The first Farmer's Appreciation Day is just nine days away. I hope you have put Saturday June 11, on your schedule. The Farmer's Appreciation Day was expanded from the annual Farmer Appreciation Breakfast KDHL and KRFO have hosted for many years...

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COMBINING CORN DUST
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Market Report: Corn and Beans Sharply Higher Wednesday

Corn traded lower in the overnight session and opened weaker Wednesday morning. By the close Wednesday corn was 8-9 cents higher. Typically corn works lower during this time of year so this rally is a bit unusual...

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June Dairy Month
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June is Dairy Month and Dairy Queen Blizzards

June is Dairy Month, a time set aside to salute the dairy industry and say thank you to all the hard-working dairy farm families in Minnesota...

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COMBINING CORN DUST
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Market Report: Traders Should Have Taken Another Day Off

Corn was under pressure from the start Tuesday morning coming out of the long Memorial Day weekend. By the close corn was about 5-8 cents lower...

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