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CANNON VALEY FAIR WASHING LIVESTOCK
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4-H Members Working at the Cannon Valley Fair

The Cannon Valley Fair I believe is the first fair in our area. Many 4-H members exhibit projects and livestock at the Cannon Valley Fair. It is kind of a "warm up" for all the county fairs...

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BURNED BEANS
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Do Jerry’s Burned Beans Need Sunscreen?

Over the past three weeks you may have noticed a lot of brown beans in many fields. Well, maybe you didn't, but farmers did. We always look at all the fields as we drive by and then try to not look at your own...

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beans crowing
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Market Report: Corn Down Beans Up Thursday

Corn got hit hard Thursday after the USDA reports. The stocks came in at 4.722 billion bushels while the average trade guess was 4.528 billion bushels...

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Elysian Flags
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Elysian Fourth of July Celebration On AM Minnesota

It was fun this morning to head over to Elysian for today's AM Minnesota program. As soon as I drove into town it felt like everyone was busy getting ready for the celebration...

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corn by driveway
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Market Report: Corn Sharply Lower Wednesday

It was a tough day Wednesday for corn as it closed 10-12 cents lower. I read on Pro Farmer that the funds sold 20,000 contracts Wednesday. That represents 100 million bushels of corn...

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combining corn
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Market Report: Disappointing Close Wednesday

Corn closed Tuesday about unchanged, so if you just saw the close you would think it was a rather quiet day. It was not, because corn was up about 12 cents before sliding into the close...

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FAIRTALK JOHN AND MELISSA
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Fair Talk Today On AM Minnesota

The Rice County Fair is only three weeks away! Earlier this week on the way home I drove through the Rice County Fairgrounds. It sure looked like everything was ready...

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corn by driveway
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Market Report: Corn Mixed Beans Sharply Higher Monday

It was a quiet day Monday in the corn market as corn closed about unchanged. Corn seemed to be pulled in different directions. Corn was supported by the big gains in beans and pulled down by lower wheat prices...

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USDA Service Center
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Have you Reported Your Acres to the Farm Service Agency?

The deadline for reporting your acres to your local Farm Service Agency is July 15, 2016. That is required if you are in the Farm Program. It is a common practice that we take that report from the Farm Service Agency over to our crop insurance agent...

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CHADS COMBINE
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Market Report: Knee Jerk Reaction Friday

Friday's trade was all about the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union. Corn closed down only about 3 cents, which was about 10 cents off the lows...

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