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 3-5 cents lower today. Monday evening corn was a couple of cents higher. The Dollar Index was slightly higher in the overnight session, too. But gains accelerated during the day session and, at one time, the Dollar Index was up around 110 points and pressured all the grains
May is Beef Month, a time set aside to recognize the beef industry. May was designated as Beef Month because it is the traditional start to the grilling season. With the popularity of gas grills, many consumers now grill year-round, even in the winter
It was great to see so many people at the Memorial Day parade and program at Central Park in Faribault today. I was concerned about the weather as it was drizzling when I got to the studio this morning
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
Thursday afternoon I went out to the farm to spray a corn field I did not have any herbicide on yet. I was surprised when I saw the corn field as I drove up dad's driveway. I did not think it got that cold! I was more worried about the soybeans that were up, but they were fine, as were the peas
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
It was more of the same today as corn was 2-3 cents lower. We are still in the recent range but in the lower third of the range. The Dollar Index was higher but looking at the chart it likely is no more than a correction of the recent drop from around par
No this is not my corn field, but one not far from my farm. This is showing the result of the past two years that were so wet. This is an area that drowned out the past two years. With no crop growing, these areas grew weeds, and a lot of them
Lynn and the crew at Wholesale Tire in Faribault give my slightly used car a little tender loving care. Yes, it might get abused and used as a truck. This is the car I have had 25 50-pound bags of seed in or 40 gallons of herbicide and 600 pounds of AMS
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