Jul 25, 2014
Home| Tools| Blogs| Discussions| Sign UpLogin

AgDay Daily Recap -November 06, 2013

November 6, 2013
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

NOVEMBER 06, 2013

 

                          
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                
 

 

 

IMMIGRATION CEOS:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. AS THE END OF YEAR APPROACHES, WASHINGTON LOOKS FOR ACTION ON IMMIGRATION REFORM BEFORE 2014.

HORSE SLAUGHTER UPDATE:

NOT SO FAST FOR HORSE PROCESSING PLANTS IN NEW MEXICO AND MISSOURI. A FEDERAL APPEALS COURT HAS ISSUED A TEMPORARY INJUNCTION, BARRING THE USDA FROM INSPECTING THOSE HORSE SLAUGHTER FACILITIES. VALLEY MEATS IN NEW MEXICO TELLS AGRITALK THEY HOPED TO OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN THE NEXT 7 TO 10 DAYS FOLLOWING THE DISMISSAL OF AN HSUS LAWSUIT LAST WEEK. THE APPEALS COURT SAYS THE PLANTS SHOULD REMAIN SHUTTERED UNTIL THE APPEAL CAN BE HEARD. A VALLEY MEATS ATTORNEY SAYS REGARDLESS THEY PLAN TO OPEN NEXT WEEK...ADDING ITS LIKELY THE HEARING COULD ALSO HAPPEN THAT QUICKLY.

I80 WESTERN IOWA:

THIS WEEK WE'RE IN IOWA FOR THE I-80 HARVEST TOUR. MONDAY'S CROP PROGRESS REPORT SHOWS 75-PERCENT OF IOWA CORN AND 95-PERCENT OF THE STATE'S SOYBEANS ARE HARVESTED. USDA-NASS SAYS THIS MARKS THE FIRST TIME ALL SEASON CORN PROGRESS WAS A HEAD OF THE FIVE YEAR AVERAGE. NATIONAL REPORTER TYNE MORGAN HITS TWO STOPS - ADAIR COUNTY AND SHELBY COUNTY - TO GAUGE HARVEST, TYNE.
CROP WATCH:

CROPWATCH TAKES US OUTSIDE THE CORNBELT TO CHECK ON PEANUTS AND PECANS. HERE'S MIKE HOFFMAN WITH CROPWATCH.

MONSANTO STOCK:

IN AGRIBUSINESS MONSANTO COMPANY IS ROLLING OUT A NEW INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY.
THE AGRIBUSINESS GIANT SAYS IT'S OFFERING ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN BONDS.

SOY DEMAND:

AN ANALYST WITH CHINA'S NATONAL GRAIN AND OILS INFORMATION CENTER SAYS IT EXPECTS THE COUNTRY TO INCREASE ITS SOYBEAN IMPORTS BY 15 PERCENT IN THE NEXT YEAR. TOUGH WEATHER CONDITIONS CUT INTO THE COUNTRY'S OWN SOYBEAN PRODUCTION THIS YEAR. IF REALIZED THIS WOULD BE THE TENTH STRAIGHT YEAR OF HIGHER SOY IMPORTS.

ANALYSIS:

ANALYSTS SAY SOLID DEMAND THAT MAY HELP BEANS HOLD PRICES. SO HOW WILL THAT PLAY OUT IN NEXT YEAR'S ACREAGE BATTLE. FARM DIRECTOR AL PELL HAS MORNING IN TODAY'S ANALYSIS.
PARKER HOMESTEAD:

WITH EACH PASSING GENERATION, THE NATION GETS FURTHER AND FURTHER REMOVED FROM OUR AGRICULTURAL ROOTS. VISITORS TO THE PARKER PIONEER HOMESTEAD STEP BACK IN TIME TO WHAT AGRICULTURE AND LIFE WAS LIKE MORE THAN 100 YEARS AGO.
KEN MOORE FROM THE ARKANSAS FARM BUREAU HAS DETAILS.

NON GMO MARKET:

WHILE FOLKS IN WASHINGTON SPENT ELECTION DAY DECIDING THE FATE OF GMO LABELING, A NEW STUDY SAYS NON-GMO FOODS ARE GAINING IN POPULARITY.

TOMATOES POTATOES:

AND WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE VEGETABLES AROUND THE DINNER TABLE.
NEW RESEARCH SAYS TOMATOS AND POTATOS ARE KING OF THE KITCHEN.

 

 

 

 

                                 

CONTACT:
We'd love to hear from you! Contact us at 800-792-4329. Or drop an email to inbox@agday.com. You can also check us out on Facebook.
 

 

 

 

 

 

See Comments

RELATED TOPICS: Daily Recap

 
Log In or Sign Up to comment

COMMENTS

No comments have been posted



Name:

Comments:

Receive the latest news, information and commentary customized for you. Sign up to receive Top Producer's eNewsletter today!

 
 
The Home Page of Agriculture
© 2014 Farm Journal, Inc. All Rights Reserved|Web site design and development by AmericanEagle.com|Site Map|Privacy Policy|Terms & Conditions