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DOANE: Cotton Comment

Closing Rice: Futures retraced a portion of recent gains 12-16

Closing Cotton: Market Hits Third Successive Rally High 12-16

Closing Livestock: February Lean Hogs Debuts with Triple Digit Push 12-16

Closing Grain: Finish Higher 12-16

U.S. Stock Market News 12-16

Midday Grain: Market Mixed 12-16

Linn Soybean Commentary: Heavy Volume And Continued Demand Out Of China Support Bean Complex 12-16

Linn Corn Commentary: Funds Lead The Way 12-16

Midday Livestock: Livestock Futures Gaining Momentum 12-16

Kansas: K-State Agronomist Discusses Vertical Tillage - What it Is and How it Works 12-16

Davidson's Farm: Test Plot Results 12-16

Texas: Multi-County Ag Conference Set January 19 in LaCoste 12-16

Opening Cotton: Bounces to Trade Higher 12-16

Texas: Duncan Joins AgriLife Extension as State Small Grains Specialist 12-16

Opening Grains: All Higher Overnight in Relatively Light Activity 12-16

Opening Livestock: Cattle Contracts Should Open Mixed 12-16

K. Good's Farm Policy: Climate Issues; and Chairman Peterson 12-16

Owen Taylor: Why (maybe) it always seems to rain in town 12-16

Georgia Pecans: Grower deliveries light going into second half of December 2009 12-15

Georgia: Nominations Open For Young Peanut Grower Of The Year 12-15

Louisiana Pecans: Deliveries still light, trading interest increases 12-15

Texas Pecans: At mid-December, deliveries light, demand good for better pecans 12-15

DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends 12-15

Dairies to Reduce Gas Emissions 12-15

Taxlink by Andy Biebl 12-15

Linn Wheat Commentary: Overnight markets were weaker as the U.S. 12-15

Texas Research: Strip Tillage and Primed Acclimation Promising for Crop Improvement 12-15

Tennessee: 2010 Milan No-Till Field Day Scheduled 12-15

Louisiana: 2010 Rice Leadership Development Class Announced 12-14

Indiana: Farmers face latest harvest since 1972 12-14

Ag Lending Changes: Struggle for Bankers and Farmers 12-14

Arkansas: Rain Damage Loss Remains at $309 Million 12-14

USDA National Weekly Rice Summary 12-14

Virginia Harvest: Seeing Better than Expected Grades 12-14

Owen Taylor Up Early: Asian Oil Demand, Onions For Energy, Another Tool For Remote Moisture Monitoring 12-14

Mississippi Row Crops Short Course Programs Now On Line: Roundup resistance, insects, fertility, disease management 12-14

FMC introduces Broadhead rice herbicide 12-14

Peanuts: Argentine Planting Off To Reasonable Start, Export Report Includes U.S.-Bound Tonnage 12-14

U.S. Diesel Fuel Cost Survey 12-4

Fruit and Vegetables from STAT

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Upcoming Events:

(FD: field day; SS: scout schools)

2010 National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 4-7. New Orleans Marriott Hotel and Sheraton New Orleans Hotel.

Tri-State Soybean Conference, Jan. 8, Stoneville, MS.

Kansas: `Keeping the Family Farming´ Workshop, Jan. 9 & 23, Zion Lutheran Church, Beloit (2 sessions).

National Conservation Systems Cotton & Rice Conference
Tunica, MS - Jan. 12-13.

Southern Field Crop Alliance Conference, Jan. 13 & 14, Tunica, Ms.

Kansas: `Keeping the Family Farming´ Workshop, Jan. 16 & 30, Fisher Community Center, Hiawatha (2 sessions).

Texas West Plains Ag Conference, Jan. 18, South Plains College, Hockley County, 806-894-3159 (continuing ed).

Texas Drip Irrigation Workshop, Jan. 19, Brownfield, Terry County, 806-637-4060 (continuing ed).

Texas Southern Mesa Ag Conference, Jan. 19, Lamesa, Dawson County, 806-872-3444 (continuing ed).

Texas Multi-County Agriculture Conference, Jan. 19, 8:30 am, Catered Lunch, Our Lady of Grace Parish, LaCoste.

Texas Caprock Crop Production Conference, Jan. 20, Floyd County Friends Unity Center, Floydada, Floyd County, 806-983-4912 (continuing ed).

North Carolina Southern Cotton Growers/Southeastern Cotton Ginners Annual Meeting, Jan. 20-23, 2 pm, The Westin, Charlotte (pre-register).

Texas Llano Estacado Cotton Conference, Jan. 21, Muleshoe, Bailey County, 806-272-4584 (continuing ed).

Louisiana 2010 Agricultural Outlook Conference: “Keeping Louisiana Agriculture Competitive," Jan. 21, State Evacuation Facility, LSU AgCenter's Dean Lee REC, Alexandria.

Kansas: `Keeping the Family Farming´ Workshop, Jan. 9 & 23, Zion Lutheran Church, Beloit (2 sessions).

Southern Cotton Growers & Ginners Annual Meeting, Jan. 20-23, The Westin, Charlotte, NC.

3rd Annual Georgia Cotton Conference & Georgia Cotton Production Workshop, January 27, 7:30 am, UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center, Tifton.

Kansas: `Keeping the Family Farming´ Workshop, Jan. 16 & 30, Fisher Community Center, Hiawatha (2 sessions).

Texas Llano Estacado Corn Conference, Feb. 9, Castro County Exposition Building, Dimmitt, Castro County, 806-647-4115 (continuing ed).

Texas South Plains Ag Conference, Feb. 10, Brownfield, Terry County, 806-637-4060, (continuing ed).

Texas Cottonseed Variety Meeting, Feb. 10, Farwell, Parmer County at 806-481-3619, (continuing ed).

Texas Cotton Production Meeting, Feb. 11, Lamesa, Dawson County, 806-872-3444, (continuing ed).

Louisiana: 75th Annual Livestock Show Feb. 13-20. Lamar-Dixon Expo Center, Gonzales.

RTWG (Rice Technical Working Group) 33rd Conference, Feb. 22-25, Biloxi, MS.

Texas Cotton Production Meeting, Feb. 22, Tahoka, Lynn County, 806-561-4562, (continuing ed).

Texas Cotton Variety Selection, Cotton Outlook and Fertilizer Management, Feb. 23, Brownfield, Terry County, 806-637-4060, (continuing ed). 

Tennessee: 26th Milan No-Till Crop Production Field Day, July 22, tennu@bellsouth.net

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Tennessee

2010 Milan No-Till Field Day Scheduled

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MILAN, Tennessee (December 15, 2009) – The Milan No-Till Field Day, which began more than 30 years ago, has become this small city's claim to fame. In 2010, Milan will celebrate the 26th event on Thursday, July 22 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

In the 1940s, Milan was referred to as a boom town known for the manufacturer of World World II ammunitions at the Milan Arsenal. In 1944, The Saturday Day Evening Post predicted that it would be a "ghost town" at war's end.

Fortunately, Milan, is far from a ghost town with a population of 8,000. And, due in large part to the location of a University of Tennessee Field Station, Milan remains on the events calendar for those in the business of agriculture on the fourth Thursday of July in even-numbered years.  

The annual event showcases erosion and crop management experiments featuring the the latest crop research. Hands-on  tours offer farmers, consultants and others in the ag industry a chance to see how the crops and talk with researchers. Also, included are commercial exhibits in a mini tradeshow with educational displays and demonstrations.

The No-Till Field Day location is also home of the West Tennessee Agricultural, which contains more than 2,700 artifacts and farm tools from the local agrarian culture. For more information about the field day schedule and other events, call 731-686-7362 or email: tennu@bellsouth.net