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Farm Journal Field Days
Aug 01, 2020

Hone Foliar Fungicide ROI eBook

Farm Journal Field Agronomists Missy Bauer and Ken Ferrie take a closer look at how to get the most out of your fungicide dollar.

Farm Journal Field Days
Aug 01, 2020

Podcast: Midseason Crop Management

Tar spot is here to stay. Armyworms are ravaging fields. And corn borer is making a comeback as more farmers plant non-GMO hybrids. Farm Journal Field Agronomists Missy Bauer and Ken Ferrie give you a scouting edge.

Farm Journal Field Days
Aug 01, 2020

COVID-19’s Financial Impact on Farmers

What are the key financial responses of the federal government to help farmers in light of COVID-19? Paul Neiffer will review PPP, CFAP, income tax changes and other related items.

Jun 28, 2019

USDA REPORT FOR 6/28/19

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Mar 26, 2019

Weekly Crop Progress

Weekly Crop Progress: Rain Beneficial HRW and Dryness Helps Delta SRW USDA’s weekly crop progress reports showed that the recent rains in HRW territory continue to be beneficial for the crop. All states reported improvement in the wheat crop over the last week while the scores in Texas and Oklahoma
Mar 26, 2019

Grain Markets Strengthen On Wet Weather Outlook

Good Morning from Allendale, Inc. with the early morning commentary for March 26, 2019. Grain markets are mixed with wheat leading the way higher on increasing planting concerns, short-covering and technical buying. Meanwhile, traders remain focused on U.S.-China trade negotiations as U.S. officials prepared to travel to Beijing for meetings
Mar 25, 2019

Scheve: How I Could Get $4 For My Corn If Prices Are Above $3.80 On April 26

To get my enewsletter sent directly to you every week, send me an email: [email protected] Market Commentary for 3/22/19 It seems the market hasn't really reacted to the massive flooding throughout the Midwest. This is likely because the grain effected, currently estimated at $500 million in Nebraska alone, is relatively
Mar 25, 2019

Scheve: How I Could Get $4 For My Corn If Prices Are Above $3.80 On April 26

To get my enewsletter sent directly to you every week, send me an email: [email protected] Market Commentary for 3/22/19 It seems the market hasn't really reacted to the massive flooding throughout the Midwest. This is likely because the grain effected, currently estimated at $500 million in Nebraska alone, is relatively