Corn recovered a little today, closing up 4-6 cents. We saw a daily trading range of around 10 cents. December corn traders at its lowest level since June 23 before recovering. Export sales came in at 364,900 MT of old crop and 443,300 MT of new crop
I had my usual spot Saturday evening at the Rice County Fair. I had the job of unhooking the trucks and tractors after their pull. It is safe to say I had about the best seat to watch the pull. The Allis Chalmers pictured below is called Endangered Species
It was more of the same as corn closed about 7 cents lower today. Corn did start the overnight session firmer but that disappeared fairly quickly. It seems all traders can talk or write about is the great weather for pollination and how corn in the eastern corn belt can recover from all the rain
Corn close about 2 cents higher today. Not much of a contrary Tuesday performance after Monday's huge drop. In the Crop Progress report we saw a slight increase in the good to excellent ratings from 69 percent to 70 percent of the corn crop rated good to excellent
John Dvorak, Rice County Fair executive secretary, will be on today's AM Minnesota program at 9:30AM. I am not sure if John will have all the numbers analyzed from the grandstand, parking and beer garden
This morning John, Mike and I went out to the Rice County Fairgrounds to take down our booth. We had to take the tents back to Faribo Rental and everything else back to the studio. There was a lot of activity at the fairgrounds so I parked in the parking lot with a number of new vehicles from Harry Brown's
Corn prices dropped 17 to almost 20 cents a bushel. That was one of the biggest one-day drops in more than a year. All I heard about was the perfect weather forecast that will allow corn to recover from all the rain in the eastern corn belt and the concern about the economy in China
Maybe it was a good thing I was busy with the Rice County Fair on Friday so I did not have think about the markets. Corn had another big down day, closing off about 8-11 cents. There was an economic report out of China that the Purchasing Manufacturing Index of 48
The 4-H Livestock Show Arena was a busy place Saturday morning on the Rice County Fairgrounds. The morning began with a complimentary buyers breakfast in the 4-H building at 8:30 and the annual 4-H Livestock Auction began at 9:15
I left the grandstand infield last evening about 10PM after the NTPA Truck and Tractor Pull. This morning I was heading to the studio about 8AM and realized I had left my sunglasses by the cement barricades at the grandstand
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