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AgDay Daily Recap -February 18, 2013

February 18, 2013
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY
FEBRUARY 18, 2013

PLANT CLOSING:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. ANALYSTS ARE WATCHING FOR A REBOUND IN CATTLE MARKETS THIS WEEK, WHILE QUESTIONS ABOUT SUPPLY AND DEMAND REMAIN UNANSWERED.

CROP WATCH:

MIKE HOFFMAN SAYS IT COULD BE A BUMPY WEATHER WEEK. HE JOINS US FROM THE AGDAY WEATHER LAB WITH THIS MORNING'S CROP WATCH AND OUR FIRST LOOK AT WEATHER.

TAX TIPS:

AS PEOPLE ACROSS AMERICA WORK FURIOUSLY TO FINISH LAST MINUTE TAX WORK, WE HAVE ADVICE ON HOW TO GET THE MOST ON YOUR RETURN. WE'LL BE FEATURING AGWEB'S FARM CPA PAUL NEIFFER ALL WEEK ON AGDAY. NEIFFER TOLD AGDAY THERE ARE SEVERAL PITFALLS GROWERS HAVE WHEN IT COMES TO TAXES. HE SAYS A MAJOR ONE IS PURCHASING ITEMS FARMERS DON'T NEED, JUST FOR TAX PURPOSES. THE BIGGEST, REVOLVES AROUND HOW MUCH FARMERS PAY.

CHICAGO LAND VALUES:

IN AGRIBUSINESS TODAY VALUE OF GOOD FARMLAND CONTINUES TO RISE. THIS COMES FROM THE LATEST CHICAGO FEDERAL RESERVE BANK.

ANALYSIS:

CATTLE PRICES HAVE FALLEN RECENTLY, BUT A FEW OF THE FACTORS DRIVING THIS MOVE ARE OUT OF THE NORM. AL PELL DISCUSSES WITH JIM BOWER IN TODAY'S ANALYSIS.

IN THE COUNTRY:

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