USFR Weekly Recap - JULY 5-6, 2014

July 5, 2014 03:30 AM
 

 

TODAY ON USFR
JULY 5-6, 2014
 
HEADLINES:
IT WASN'T A PRETTY WEEK IF YOU HAVEN'T SOLD NEW CROP SOYBEANS. OUR ANALYSTS BREAK DOWN THE LATEST USDA REPORT. CHIPOTLE FINALLY ANSWER'S AGRICULTURE'S BURNING QUESTIONS ABOUT GETTING RESPONSIBLY RAISED BEEF FROM AUSTRALIA. JOHN PHIPPS LIGHTENS THE MOOD WITH A FUNNY FAMILY TRIBUTE THIS HOLIDAY WEEKEND.
JOHN OPEN:
HELLO AND WELCOME TO U-S FARM REPORT. HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND…I'M TYNE MORGAN. JOHN PHIPPS WILL JOIN US IN JUST A BIT FROM HIS FARM. I WONDER WHAT WAS MORE WATCHED THIS WEEK BY FARMERS? THE MARKETS OR THE WORLD CUP…EITHER WAY, NEITHER OF THE OUTCOMES WAS VERY PRETTY. WE'LL EXPLAIN WHY, AT LEAST ON THE MARKET SIDE, IN JUST BIT. AND THEN WE'LL HEAR FROM JOHN PHIPPS WHO LIGHTENS THE MOOD WITH A RATHER HUMOROUS JOHN'S WORLD THIS WEEK. BUT FIRST, THE HEADLINES.
USDA REPORT:
AS I MENTIONED, THE LATEST USDA ACREAGE REPORT RELEASED MONDAY WASN'T FRIENDLY TO GRAIN PRICES.USDA ESTIMATES U-S FARMERS PLANTED QUITE A FEW MORE SOYBEANS ACRES, WITH ESTIMATES AT A RECORD 84 POINT 8 MILLION ACRES.CORN ACREAGE CAME IN AT 91 POINT 6 MILLION. USDA PROJECTS ALL WHEAT ACRES AT 56 AND A HALF MILLION AND THINSK FARMERS PLANTED OVER 11 MILLION ACRES OF COTTON.
USDA STOCKS:
USDA ALSO RELEASED ITS QUARTERLY GRAIN STOCKS REPORT THE SAME DAY.
IT SHOWS HIGHER SOYBEAN STOCKS THAN EXPECTED, AT 405 MILLION BUSHELS.
CORN STOCKS CAME IN AT 3 POINT 85 BILLION BUSHELS. AND USDA PROJECTS WEHAT STOCKS AT 590 MILLION BUSHELS. OUR ANALYSTS WILL JOIN US IN JUST A BIT TO TELL US WHAT THESE NUMBERS MEAN.
CHIPOTLE BEEF:
CHIPOTLE RECENTLY STIRRED UP SOME CONTROVERSY IN THE AGRICULTURE COMMUNITY WHEN IT ANNOUNCED IT WOULD HAVE TO START SOURCING BEEF FROM AUSTRALIA. THE REASON BEING THEY COULDN'T FIND ENOUGH RESPONSIBLY RAISED BEEF FROM THE U-S.
THIS WEEK, OUR PARTNERS AT AGRITALK HAD AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH CHIPOTLE'S COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR CHRIS ARNOLD ON THE ISSUE. ARNOLD TOLD HOST MIKE ADAMS THAT RESPONSIBLY RAISED IS THEIR TRADEMARK TERM, MEANING BEEF WITH NO ANTIBIOTICS OR ADDED HORMONES. AND WITH RECORD TIGHT BEEF SUPPLIES AND RESPONSIBLY RAISED BEING SUCHA NICHE MARKET.  THEIR DECISION CAME DOWN TO PRICE.
ND AND TX OIL:
NEARLY HALF OF THE NATION'S OIL PRODUCTION NOW COMES FROM JUST TWO STATES.
THE U-S ENERGY INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION SAYS TEXAS NEARLY DOUBLED OIL PRODUCTION OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS. BUT NORTH DAKOTA IS EVEN MORE IMPRESSIVE, NEARLY TRIPLING PRODUCTION IN THAT SAME TIME. AND AS YOU CAN SEE, THE U-S PALES IN COMPARISON TO THOSE TWO STATES, GROWING AN AVERAGE OF 2 PERCENT PER YEAR.
SEED THEFT ARREST:
AN UPDATE TO THE SEED ESPIONAGE CASE WE'VE BEEN COVERING. U-S OFFICIALS HAVE NOW ARRESTED AND CHARGED A WOMAN WHO ALLEGEDLY HELPED STEAL TRADE SECRETS FROM SEED COMPANIES IN THE U-S. MO YUN IS THE SISTER OF MO HAILONG WHO WAS ARRESTED IN DECEMBER ON THE SAME CHARGES.FEDERAL OFFICIALS SAYS BOTH WORKED FOR D-B-N GROUP, A CHINESE BASED SEED TECH COMPANY.
JOHN’S WORLD:
 WE'RE SPENDING TIME WITH OUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN THIS WEEKEND, AND I HOPE YOUR FOURTH OF JULY HAS MANY HAPPY MOMENTS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS AS WELL. THE OCCASION REMINDED ME OF AN EMAIL FROM MY DAUGHTER-IN-LAW REGARDING MY 5 YEAR-OLD GRANDDAUGHTER.THE YOUNG LADY HAS ALREADY DEVELOPED A KEEN SENSE OF FASHION, WHICH REVOLVES AROUND COMBINATIONS OF PINK AND PURPLE.
ONE MORNING SHE ANNOUNCED SHE WAS GOING TO DRESS "FARMER" LIKE GRANDMA.
HER MOTHER SAID OK, WHAT DOES A FARMER DRESS LIKE? WELL, SHE ANNOUNCED IMPERIOUSLY, YOU HAVE TO WEAR A BELT. AND YOU HAVE TO TUCK YOUR SHIRT IN. AND THEN YOU HAVE TO CLIP YOUR CELL PHONE ON YOUR BELT.JAN AND I HAD A GOOD LAUGH, UNTIL WE STARTED THINKING ABOUT IT. TO BE SURE, THIS IS, ON ONE LEVEL, JUST ANOTHER CLOYINGLY SENTIMENTAL GRANDPARENT STORY. BUT ON ANOTHER, SHE ACCURATELY OBSERVED A FEW THINGS.FIRST, BECAUSE MOST OF THE GROWNUPS SHE KNOWS - SUCH AS HER PARENTS - BUY JEANS THAT TRULY FIT - IN SOME CASES A LITTLE TOO WELL - THEY OFTEN DO NOT WEAR BELTS.. FARMERS PICK OURS FOR COMFORT AND DURABILITY, SO BELTS ARE MANDATORY. PLUS, MOST OF ELSIE'S PANTS HAD ELASTIC SECOND, SINCE WE SPEND A LOT OF TIME AROUND MACHINERY WITH CHAINS AND SHAFTS AND METALLIC CORNERS, WE KEEP OUR SHIRTTAILS TUCKED IN. IT ALSO KEEPS BEESWINGS OFF YOUR TUMMY. FOR LITTLE GIRLS AND SUBURBANITES THIS PRACTICE IS UNCOOL AS WELL…FINALLY, MOST URBAN FOLKS KEEP CELLPHONES IN A POCKET OR PURSE. CLIPPED ON YOUR BELT IS MAYBE A LITTLE DORKY, LIKE A BIG KEY RING. BUT WHAT GOT ME WAS EVEN THOUGH SHE HAS SEEN HUNDREDS OF STORYBOOK PICTURES OF FARMERS FROM BOOKS AND VIDEOS; SHE ACCURATELY DREW A LINE BETWEEN FICTIONAL AND ACTUAL FARMERS. SHE ALSO DOESN'T DRAW ATTACH ANY GENDER TO THE OCCUPATION.
OF COURSE, ELSIE HAS SPENT A LOT OF TIME ON THE FARM, UNLIKE MOST CHILDREN. BUT IF YOU'RE WORRIED WE CAN'T ESCAPE THE STEREOTYPE OF MEN IN BIB OVERALLS AND STRAW HAT, TAKE HEART. THEN PUT ON A BELT, TUCK IN YOUR SHIRT, AND CLIP ON YOUR PHONE.
TAG & CLOSE:
COMING UP IN OUR NEXT HALF HOUR A TRIBUTE TO A CHAPLAIN...WHO PLAYED A VERY IMPORTANT BUT OFTEN UNDERPLAYED ROLE, IN THE CIVIL WAR….STAY WITH US - THE SECOND HALF OF U-S FARM REPORT IS COMING RIGHT UP.
HEADLINES:
THIS WEEKEND ON U-S FARM REPORT...CHIPOTLE GIVES ANSWERS TO A CAMPAIGN SOME SAY IS ANTI-AG. EPA CLEARS THE AIR OVER THE CLEAN WATER ACT. THE STORY OF A PATRIOTIC CHAPLAIN WHO GAVE HOPE TO MANY DURING THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.
AND BAXTER PAYS TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN COWBOYS.
JOHN OPEN:
THIS WEEKEND ON U-S FARM REPORT...CHIPOTLE GIVES ANSWERS TO A CAMPAIGN SOME SAY IS ANTI-AG. EPA CLEARS THE AIR OVER THE CLEAN WATER ACT. THE STORY OF A PATRIOTIC CHAPLAIN WHO GAVE HOPE TO MANY DURING THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.
AND BAXTER PAYS TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN COWBOYS… LET'S GET STARTED WITH THE HEADLINES AND AL PELL...
CHIPOTLE:
IT'S MORE THAN JUST CHIPOTLE'S RECENT DECISION TO SOURCE RESPONSIBLY RAISED BEEF FROM AUSTRALIA THAT'S CAUSING A RUB WITH MANY IN AGRICULTURE.
EARLIER THIS YEAR THE CHAIN RELEASED A WELL PRODUCED WEB SERIES CALLED "FARMED AND DANGEROUS." MANY IN AGRICULTURE SPOKE OUT, SAYING THE CAMPAIGN IS ANTI-AGIRULTURE. OUR PARTNERS AT AGRITALK SAT DOWN FOR AN EXCLUSIVE PHONE INTERVIEW WITH CHIPOTLE'S COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR CHRIS ARNOLD EARLIER THIS WEEK.
EPA BLOG:
EPA IS ALSO TRYING TO CLEAR THE AIR, BUT WITH THE CLEAN WATER ACT.
 ACTING ASSISTANT ADMINSTRATOR NANCY STONER PUBLISHED A BLOG POST THIS WEEK, ADDRESSING THE CONFUSION AMONG AGRICULTURE WITH WHAT THE PROPOSED WATERS OF THE U-S RULE MEANS. STONER SAYS UNLIKE PERCEPTIONS, THE EPA AND ARMY CORP OF ENGINEERS WILL NOT HAVE GREATER POWER OVER FARMS AND RANCHES. SHE SAYS THE MULTIPLE EXEMPTIONS AND EXCLUSIONS ON FARMERS WILL STILL EXIST.SHE ALSO SAYS THE CHANGES WON'T BRING ALL DITCHES ON FARMS UNDER FEDERAL JURISIDCATION.MEANWHILE, EPA ADMINISTRATOR GINA MCCARTHY WILL START A MIDWEST TOUR THIS WEEK, HEARING FROM FARMERS AND RANCHERS ABOUT THEIR CONCERNS OVER THE PROPOSED CHANGES.
RABBOBANK BEEF:
RABOBANK EXPECTS GLOBAL BEEF PRICES TO RISE. IN ITS QUARTERLY BEEF FORECAST, THE FIRM SAYS THE MAIN REASON IS THEY DON'T EXPECT THE CURRENT HIGH SUPPLY AROUND THE WORLD TO LAST. ADD TO THAT BOOMING DEMAND FROM CHINA.
RABOBANK SAYS THE WILDCARDS ARE RAINFALL, IN AREAS LIKE AUSTRALIA, AND CONSUMERS. THEY FEAR HIGHER PRICES COULD TURN CONSUMERS AWAY FROM BEEF, AND ONTO OTHER PROTEINS LIKE POULTRY AND PORK.
BBQ COST:
THIS COMES AS NO SURPRISE, BUT AMERICANS ARE PAYING MORE THAN EVER BEFORE FOR A BACKYARD BAR-B-QUE THIS YEAR.EACH YEAR RABOBANK RELEASES ITS BAR-B-QUE INDEX.
AND THIS YEAR, IT SHOWS CONSUMERS WILL PAY AROUND $66.82 TO FEED 10 GUESTS THIS YEAR. THAT'S QUITE A HIKE FROM THAN A DECADE AGO, WHEN THE AVERAGE COST WAS $51.90. RABOBANK'S SURVEY ACCOUNTS FOR EVERYTHING FROM CHICKEN OR A CHEESEBURGER WITH ALL THE TOPPINGS, TO POP OR BEER TO QUINCH YOUR THIRST. RABOBANK SAYS THE USUAL ALL-STAR OF A BAR-B-QUE, BEEF, HAS RISEN 71 PERCENT IN JUST THE PAST FIVE YEARS.
ALMONDS:
DESPITE WATER CHALLENGES IN CALIFORNIA, THE ALMOND CROP COULD STILL BE A GOOD ONE.  NASS PROJECTS ALMOND HARVEST AT A RECORD 2 POINT 1 BILLION POUNDS. THAT'S 4.5 PERCENT HIGHER THAN LAST YEAR AND ALMOST 8 (7.7) PERCENT MORE THAN WHAT NASS ORGINIALLY PROJECTED. BUT FEARS ARE ALREADY TURNING TO NEXT YEAR. GROWRES SAY IF DROUGHT CONTINUES WITH NO WATER ALLOCATIONS, THE CROP WILL SUFFER.
WEATHER WITH GENERIC OPEN:
THE BIG TROPH THAT DOVE THROUGH THE MIDWEST LAST WEEK THAT PRODUCED SEVERE WEATHER AND ALL THAT RAIN HAS MOVED AWAY BUT YOU CAN SEE IT'S STILL KIND OF LINGERING THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES AND PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST. THE RIDGE DEVELOPING OUT WEST AS WE HEAD THROUGH THIS WEEKEND. THEN, AS WE HEAD INTO NEXT WEEK. WATCH WHAT HAPPENS. MORE ENERGY DIVING INTO THE TROPH HERE... NOT A SHARP TROPH HERE LIKE LAST WEEK. SO WE'RE NOT EXPECTING WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINS OR SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS, BUT NONETHELESS THERE WILL BE SOME ACTIVITY IN THE NORTHERN TIER OF STATES. BUT THE RIDGE HOLDS ITS GROUND OUT WEST. NOW THAT KEEPS IT DRY IN THE REAL DROUGHT AREAS OF CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA, ALTHOUGH A LITTLE BIT OF MOISTURE FROM THE PACIFIC SNEAKS BACK IN WESTWARD IN SOME PLACES. BUT IT ALSO KEEPS ANYTHING FROM COMING INTO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST AS IT STAYS DRY THERE. SO LETS LOOK AT THINGS. DAY BY DAY WE'LL START OFF WITH MONDAY. STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE UPPER GREAT LAKES WITH A COLD FRONT…BACK ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS THAT WILL BE THE FOCUS FOR SOME SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOST SIGNIFICANT AREA PROBABLY IN THE OHIO VALLEY EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE GREAT LAKES AND THEN INTO PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST…SOME HIT AND MISS AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS IN FLORIDA AND A FEW OTHER SPOTS IN THE EH SOUTHEAST, OTHERWISE JUST HUMID CONDITIONS AS YOU CAN SEE THERE. AND OUT WEST WE'RE GOING TO TAKE THAT MIOSITURE BACK INTO AT LEAST SOUTHERN CALI, PROBABLY NOT TO THE COAST. NONETHELESS PROBABLY SOME HIT OR MISS SHOWERS BACK INTO THOSE AREAS AS WELL. THE HEAT IS GOING TO BE ON THROUGHOUT THIS AREA, THOUGH. SO YOU MIGHT REALLY HOPE FOR SOMETHING TO DEVELOP SO YOU CAN COOL THINGS OFF JUST A LITTLE BIT. LET'S GO ON TO WEDNESDAY. THE FRONT DOESN'T GO REAL FAR SOUTH. IT KIND OF STALLS OUT INTO THE CENTRAL PLAIN IN THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY. THE STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE NORTHEAST AT THAT POINT…SO HIGH PRESSURE OVER MINNESOTA AND THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES. LOTS OF SUNSHINE…MILD CONDITIONS UP THAT WAY, BELOW NORMAL TEMPS FOR THE MOST PART. HUMID CONDITIONS CONTINUE THOUGH THE SOUTH AND THERE WILL BE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ALONG THIS FRONT. BEST CHANCE IN THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY INTO THE NORTHEAST. AND THEN THOSE HIT AND MISS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OUT INTO THE NORTHWEST OUT WITH THAT HEAT LOAD JUST CONTINUING OVER SOUTHEAST CALI. AND IT LOOKS THAT WILL START TO SHOVE A LITTLE BIT FARTHER EAST AS WE HEAD INTO FRIDAY SO YOU'LL SEE WE'LL TAKE THE MOISTURE OUT TO SOUTHERN CALI. BUT STILL THE HIT AND MISS FOUR CORNER REGION AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. WE'LL TAKE SOME THROUGH SOUTHERN AND WESTERN TEXAS, RIO GRANDE VALLEY. NEXT STORM SYSTEM KIND OF DIVING OUT OF WESTERN CANADA… THAT WILL BE THE FOCUS FOR SOME THUNDERSTORMS IN PARTS OF THE NORTHEASTERN PLAIN STATES AND THEN HIT AND MISS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AND THE HUMIDITY COMING BACK IN TO THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY. AS FAR AS TEMPS LAST WEEK, THIS IS THE 13TH THOUGH THE 19TH, BELOW NORMAL FROM THE GREAT LAKES INTO TEXAS. ABOVE NORMAL OUT WEST…AND ABOVE NORMAL IN THE MID ATLANTIC AND THE NORTHEAST…PRECIP NEXT WEEK, BELOW NORMAL FOR A CHANCE IN THE CENTRAL PLAINS. ABOVE NORMAL IN THE EAST…ALSO THE FOUR CORNER REGION. BELOW NORMAL OUT WEST...HERE'S THE 30 DAY OUTLOOK FOR TEMPERATURES. YOU CAN SEE THE GREAT LAKES NORTHERN PLAINS DOWN TO NEW MEXICO BELOW NORMAL ABOVE NORMAL OUT WEST AND ALSO IN THE SOUTHEAST, GULF COAST SOUTHEAST. PRECIP OVER THE NEXT 30 DAYS BELOW NORMAL IN THE SOUTH…ABOVE NORMAL IN THE CENTRAL ROCKIES….WE'LL BE BACK WITH MORE USFR RIGHT AFTER THIS.
AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE:
IT WAS THIS WEEK BACK IN 1863 THAT OUR NATION SOMBERLY MARKED ITS 87TH YEAR OF INDEPENDENCE. THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG HAD JUST CONCLUDED AND NEARLY 35,000 MEN FROM BOTH THE UNION AND CONFEDERACY WERE KILLED OR WOUNDED. AMIDST THE TRAGEDY ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE, THE STORY OF ONE ARMY CHAPLAIN EMERGED. ANDREW MCCREA TAKES US THERE IN AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE.
BAXTER TEASE:
UP NEXT, WHAT'S AN INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND WITHOUT A TRIBUTE TO COWBOYS? DON'T GO ANWYHERE. BAXTER BLACK JOINS US NEXT.
BAXTER BLACK:
 COWBOYS, GUNS, INDIANS…THOSE ARE JUST SOME OF ICONIC IMAGES FROM AMERICA'S WILD WEST ERA.WESTERNS STILL HELP US REMEMBER THOSE TIMES, BUT ON THIS FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND, BAXTER REMINDS US WHY WE CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT ONE OF THOSE THREE.
TRACTOR TALES:
AL, WHERE ARE WE HEADING THIS WEEKEND FOR TRACTOR TALES? TYNE, WE'RE OFF TO THE LONE STAR STATE WHERE OUR NEXT COLLECTOR IS PROUD TO SHOW OFF HIS PIECE OF FAMILY HISTORY.
CHURCH SALUTE:
TODAY'S COUNTRY CHURCH SALUTE GOES TO ST AGATHA CHURCH IN GAGETOWN, MICHIGAN. LAST MONTH, THE CONGREGATION PROUDLY CELEBRATED ITS 135TH ANNIVERSARY. THE CHURCH WAS FOUNDED TO ANSWER A NEED IN CANADIAN IMMIGRANTS SEARCHING FOR A CHURCH HOME. AT THAT TIME, IT WAS A TRUE MELTING, WITH FAMILIES OF IRISH, FRENCH, GERMAN AND SCOTTISH DESCENT. THE BUILDING YOU SEE TODAY WAS CONSTRUCTED IN 1914, KEEPING THEIR HERITAGE ALIVE. OUR THANKS TO AMY GRUEHN FOR SHARING THEIR STORY…
MAILBAG:
 LONG-TIME VIEWER AND FRIEND JOHN ADAMS IS CURIOUS ABOUT THE NEW BUILDING I SHOWED LAST WINTER DURING CONSTRUCTION. "WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH THE NEW STORAGE AREA? IS THIS THE NEW SEED CORN AND SEED BEAN STORAGE AREA?"
AS I REMARKED A FEW MONTHS AGO, WE SEEM TO HAVE RUN OUT OF ROOM FOR OUR STUFF, SO HERE'S WHAT WE DID. STORAGE FOR OUR TRUCKS WAS MOSTLY IN DISTANT ANTIQUATED SHEDS. ALONG WITH INFREQUENT USE, THIS MAKES THEM IDEAL AS MOUSE CONDOMINIUMS. MICE LOVE FARM EQUIPMENT IN GENERAL, ESPECIALLY THE WIRING, BUT THEY SEEM TO PREFER TRUCKS MOST OF ALL. DESPITE THE FACT WE CLEAN THEM THROUGHLY IN THE FALL, SOME YEARS NOTHING DETERS MICE FROM MOVING IN. ONE REASON WE BUILT THE SHED WAS TO TRY TO USE STUD-ON-SLAB INSTEAD OF A POST CONSTRUCTION TO SLOW THEM DOWN A BIT AS THEY MIGRATE FROM THE FIELDS.
AT THIS POINT LET ME ASK THAT VIEWERS: PLEASE DO NOT SEND YOUR MOUSE REPELLENT TIPS IN. WE'VE DONE THEM ALL. I'VE EVEN FOUND A NEST OF BABY MICE IN A BOX OF MOTHBALLS, FOR EXAMPLE. WE CAN'T GET A CAT BECAUSE OF AN ALLERGY ISSUE IN THE FAMILY. AND FRIENDS WHO DO HAVE FERAL CATS INEVITABLY START FEEDING THEM WHEN KITTENS EXPLODE OUT OF THEM, ENDING THEIR GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT. WE'VE SETTLED FOR THE NEW PET AND CHILD PROOF BAIT STATIONS AND HOPE THE VARMINTS DIE OUTSIDE THE CAB.INEVITABLY, WE END UP IN THE SPRING BLOWING, VACUUMING AND AIRING THEM OUT, THEN SPRAYING FABREZE LIKE A 15-YEAR OLD BOY APPLIES AXE DEODORANT. ONE NOTE I WOULD MENTION: WE'VE DISCOVERED TAKING YOUR CLASS B DRIVING TEST IN A SLIGHTLY MOUSY CAB CAN LOWER YOUR CHANCES OF PASSING. ANYWAY, AT LEAST WE HAVE THEM WHERE WE CAN KEEP AN NOSE ON THE PROBLEM NOW. AND JUST AS I HAD PREDICTED, WITHIN 27 MINUTES OF OPENING THIS NEW SHED FOR USE, IT WAS COMPLETELY FULL.
CONTACT:
THANKS, JOHN. AND AS ALWAYS, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU, SEND COMMENTS TO MAILBAG-AT-U-S-FARM-REPORT-DOT-COM OR CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER.
GOODBYE:
FOR JOHN, AL AND MIKE, I'M TYNE MORGAN. THANKS FOR WATCHING AND UNTIL NEXT TIME, WE'LL WORK TO BE YOUR EYES AND EARS FOR AG NEWS ACROSS THE GLOBE. ENJOY YOU WEEKEND.
RFD PROMO:
 THIS WEEKEND ON U-S FARM REPORT, THE BRUTAL REALITY OF A NEW NORMAL WITH TODAY'S MARKETS. OUR ANALYSTS HAVE ADVICE.AND WE'LL PAY TRIBUTE THIS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND TO A CHAPLAIN WHO PUT HIS LIFE ON THE LINE IN A VERY IMPORTANT BATTLE DURING THE CIVIL WAR. JOIN US ON R-F-D.
 
 
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