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AgDay Daily Recap -January 2, 2014

January 2, 2014
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

JANUARY 2, 2014

 

CHINESE SHIPMENTS:

CHINESE OFFICIALS HAVE BEEN REJECTING U-S CORN, BUT SOME ANALYSTS SAY THIS WON'T BE A HUGE HIT TO EXPORT DEMAND. .AND THAT'S OUR TOP STORY ON AGDAY.

CROP WATCH:

WHILE THE CALENDAR MAY SAY 2014, SOME FARMERS HAVE UNFINISHED BUSINESS LEFT OVER FROM 2013.

BEEF TODAY:

IN BEEF TODAY, HEIFERS FOR SOUTH DAKOTA IS A PROGRAM PROVIDING BOTH HOPE AND FINANCIAL RELEIF TO RANCHERS WHO SUFFERED BIG LIVESTOCK LOSSES DURING THAT EARLY OCTOBER BLIZZARD. THE FRIGID TEMPS AND WHITEOUT CONDITIONS WIPED OUT MORE THAN 15 THOUSAND CATTLE, SHEEP AND HORSES. THE GRASSROOTS CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION HAS ALREADY COLLECTED MORE MORE THAN 125 THOUSAND DOLLARS AND 750 BRED ANIMALS FROM 300 CATTLEMAN ACROSS 14 MIDWESTERN STATES.  CLIFF NAYLOR FROM AGDAY AFFILIATE K-F-Y-R INTRODUCES US TO A COUPLE RANCHERS LENDING A HELPING HAND.

ANALYSIS:

TODAY'S ANALYSIS IS ALL ABOUT CATTLE. LAST WEEK, CATTLE FUTURES ENDED ON A RECORD HIGH. ONE ANALYST SEES THAT MOMENTUM CONTINUING INTO 2014.

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