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AgDay Daily Recap -September 26, 2013

September 26, 2013
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

SEPTEMBER 26, 2013

 

GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. WHILE LAWMAKERS HAGGLE OVER A SPENDING BILL, HOW COULD A GOVERNMENT SHUT-DOWN IMPACT THE PRIMARY DEPARTMENT SERVING FARM COUNTRY?

DERRELL PEEL:

PEEL SAYS HE WOULD EXPECT EVEN TIGHTER SUPPLIES IN 2014, AND POSSIBLY INTO 2015.

CROP WATCH:

OUR THANKS TO DERRELL PEEL FOR HIS EXPERT ANALYSIS. DERRELL SAYS OKLAHOMA HAS RECEIVED SOME MOISTURE TO HELP WITH THEIR WINTER WHEAT SEEDINGS. SO HE'S HOPEFUL THERE'LL BE SOME WHEAT PASTURE NEXT SPRING. NOW HERE'S MIKE HOFFMAN WITH CROPWATCH, MIKE.

EYE IN THE SKY:

AS CROPS RACE TOWARD HARVEST, WE CONTINUE OUR EYE IN THE SKY SERIES. TAKING A BIRDS EYE VIEW THIS YEAR'S HIGHLY VARIABLE CROPS--ABOVE SOME OF THE KEY CORN AND SOYBEAN GROWING REGIONS OF THE COUNTRY. TODAY FIELD AGRONOMIST KEN FERRIE TAKES US TO THE SKY'S ABOVE CENTRAL ILLINOIS, WHERE AT THIS STAGE, CROPS LOOK MORE LIKE A PATCHWORK QUILT THAN A BLANKET OF HARVEST READY FIELDS.

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