AgDay Daily Recap -March 12, 2015

March 12, 2015 02:57 AM
 

TODAY ON ADAY
MARCH 12, 2015

OPEN HEADLINES:
COMING UP TODAY ON AGDAY - A NEW GROWER SURVEY SHOWS A BIG SHIFT TO SOYBEANS... FARMERS WERE VERY CLEAR WHAT THE INTENT RIGHT NOW OF LOWER CORN AND MORE BEANS HERE PLUS, AVIAN FLU STRIKES A BIG POULTRY STATE.  A THREAT OF TAINTED BABY FORMULA PUTS A NATION ON EDGE. AND WE NEED TO FIX THIS BROKEN SYSTEM, WHERE DO THE LEADING PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES STAND ON IMMIGRATION? AND THE BIRDS ARE BEAUTIFUL, THE MESS THEY LEAVE ISN'T. A MISSOURI PARK BEING FORCED TO ACTION OVER PEACOCKS…AGDAY-BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE DEPENDABLE, LONG LASTING CHEVY SILVERADO…
ALLENDALE SURVEY:
ALLENDALE'S SURVEY IS OUT IN ADVANCE OF USDA'S PROSPECTIVE PLANTINGS REPORT WHICH COMES OUT MARCH 31ST.
TEASE:
JUST AHEAD, IN OUR BEEF TODAY RERPOT, A LOOK AT HERD NUMBERS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS TO THE NORTH. PLUS WE'LL CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION WTH RICH NELSON FROM ALLENDALE...INCLUDING EXPECATIONS FOR PRICES IN 2015.
BTR CANADA HERD NUMBERS:
WHILE CATTLE NUMBERS ARE ON THE RISE IN THE STATES, UP NORTH IN CANADA, HERD NUMBERS ARE FALLING. THE LATEST STATISTICS CANADA RELEASE SHOWS THAT AS OF JANUARY FIRST, THERE WERE JUST UNDER 12 MILLION HEAD OF CATTLE AND CALVES. THAT'S DOWN TWO AND HALF PERCENT FROM 2014 AND THE LOWEST NUMBER SINCE 1993. BEEF COWS WERE OFF 2 PERCENT--CONTINUING AN 8 YEAR TREND OF DECLINING NUMBERS. LETS FIND OUT WHERE PRICES AT HOME ARE HEADED...DETAILS FRM WEDNESDAY'S TRADE AT THE FLOOR OF THE CME.
TEASE:
UP NEXT, WE CONTINUE OUR LOOK AT PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS WITH THOUGHTS ON IMMIGRATION REFROM THE IOWA AG SUMMIT.
IOWA AG IMMIGRATION:
MMIGRATION CONTINUES TO BE A HOT TOPIC IN WASHINGTON AND THAT CONVERSATION IS CARRYING IT'S WAY INTO PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS. NATIONAL REPORTER BETSY JIBBEN JOINS US FROM THE IOWA AG SUMMIT, AGAIN THIS MORNING WITH HOW POTENTIAL PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES SAY THEY WOULD FIX THE SYSTEM IF ELECTED TO THE OVAL OFFICE.
ITC PEACOCK PESTS:
A BEAUTIFUL BIRD--THE PEACOCK CAN BE MAJESTIC...DECORATED IN ITS COAT OF MANY COLORS. BUT APPARENTLY IN BOLIVAR MISSOURI, THE PERFECT PEACOCK ISN'T MAKING FRIENDS WITH EVERYONE. STEVE GRANT FROM AFFILIATE KY3 HAS THE STORY.
CLOSE:
THAT'S ALL THE TIME WE HAVE THIS MORNING. WE'RE GLAD YOU TUNED IN.

 

 

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