Posts Tagged ‘grain’

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Farmer’s View: Coaching Strategies Not Written for Family Farm — DTN

Have you ever read one of those “Good to Great,” “Who Moved my Cheese?” sort-of-corporate survival guides and thought, “Everybody […]

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Nebraska: Checking Stored Grain a Must to Maintain Quality

As temperatures warm up and air moisture increases, pay special attention to stored grain condition. Last fall a lot of […]

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Kansas: Combustible Dust Workshop Set March 27 at Salina

As on-farm grain storage increases, and the size of bins and silos expands it is even more important for everyone […]

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Young Farmer’s Working Principle: ‘Make a Profit, Have Fun’ — DTN

Water touches everything. That is the fact of life for all that happens on Marc Arnusch Farms, working ground in […]

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Sorghum Ethanol Challenges Market

As lower prices and shrinking water reserves threaten King Corn’s reign in the Western Corn Belt, its hardy and long-neglected […]

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Ethanol: Low Crop Production Fueled The Phenomenon

During the last four years that the 1996 Farm Bill was in effect, the price of corn remained below the […]

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Tennessee: Markets Will Be Focus Of Somerville Meeting, February 4

Farmers in Fayette County, Tennessee, will have a chance to catch up on market trends at a February 4 meeting, […]

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Informa: Total Corn and Soybean Acreage to Grow by 2.7M Acres in 2014

Private analytical firm Informa Economics said it expects farmers to plant 3.2 million more acres to 12 major crops in […]

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Dried Distillers Grain Prices Slow to Recover From China’s Rejection

Although a trade dispute with China may be easing, a certain amount of surplus dried distillers grains is still on […]

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Texas: Cotton and Grain Pre-Plant Conference Jan. 16 at Monte Alto

The 20th Cotton and Grain Pre-Plant Conference will be held Jan. 16 at the Sam Sparks Auditorium at Rio Farms […]

 

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