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AgDay Daily Recap -October 16, 2012

October 16, 2012
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY
OCTOBER 16, 2012

CROP PROGRESS:

Good morning I’m Clinton Griffiths. It's only mid-October and yet many corn growing states are streaking towards the finish line and that's our top story on AgDay.

NORTH DAKOTA CROP SIZE:

In North Dakota, corn harvest is 70-points ahead. Not only is it an early harvest, it's also a sizeable one. The state's farmers are shattering corn and soybean production records. 'NASS' says 390-million bushels of corn were produced. That's a 16% jump from Septembers estimates. And 80% above last year. The soybean increase was just as impressive. Cliff Naylor says grain piles are a common site.

CALIFORNIA FEDERAL ORDER:

In our dairy today report, the debate continues over whether California should adopt federal milk marketing orders. Some producers say its time as the state's own pricing system lags behind.

CROP WATCH:

A growing dairy industry means a shift in acreage in one western state. Mike has more in cropwatch.

ANALYSIS:

In agribusiness today - producers are always looking for ways to maximum profits. And some of that pencil-work begins right now. Here's Al Pell.

FOOD FOR ALL:

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