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Tyne Morgan is doing what she calls her "dream job." She’s a Missouri girl who has generations of agriculture rooted in her blood. Born and raised in Lexington, Mo., FFA was a big part of her high school career. Her father is an agriculture teacher/FFA Advisory and was her biggest supporter/teacher. Through public speaking and various contest teams, she actually plunged into broadcast at the young age of 16. While in high school, she worked at KMZU radio providing the daily farm market updates, as well as local, state and national agriculture news. Although Tyne always knew she wanted to

Tyne Morgan is doing what she calls her "dream job." She’s a Missouri girl who has generations of agriculture rooted in her blood. Born and raised in Lexington, Mo., FFA was a big part of her high school career. Her father is an agriculture teacher/FFA Advisory and was her biggest supporter/teacher. Through public speaking and various contest teams, she actually plunged into broadcast at the young age of 16. While in high school, she worked at KMZU radio providing the daily farm market updates, as well as local, state and national agriculture news. Although Tyne always knew she wanted to

Articles By Tyne Morgan

Corn Harvest 20
Aug 07, 2020

Can Corn and Soybean Prices Handle Possible Record National Yields?

StoneX group released its survey-based yield estimates, producing a possible record-setting yield for both corn and soybeans. If USDA increases yield next week, analysts debate what will the market-reaction may be.

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Aug 02, 2020

An On-Farm Sneak Peek of the First Ever Farm Journal Field Days

Farm Journal Field Days will be virtual, but also bring farmers two on-farmsessions. Those will be hosted Aug. 25 at Blue Diamond FarmingCompany in Jesup, Iowa, and Aug. 27 at Newcomer Farmin Bryan, Ohio.

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Jul 31, 2020

Is China the Only Answer to Save Corn Prices This Year?

China made a monster buy of U.S. corn this week, but weather seemed to take center stage. So, what will it take to get corn prices to move higher? U.S. Farm Report analysts weigh in.

USDA
Jul 27, 2020

USDA Not on Track to Hit $16 Billion in CFAP Payments

As of last week, USDA paid out just over $6 billion of the $16 billion in CFAP payments. One agricultural economist says without the full $16 billion, lower CFAP payments could change net farm income projections.

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Jul 24, 2020

Despite Rising Tensions, Here's Why China is Ramping Up Its Ag Buys

China just wrapped up its largest weekly purchases of new crop soybeans in nearly four years, but it's not the country trying to live up to its Phase One promises driving those buys. U.S. Farm Report analysts explain.

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Jul 21, 2020

Without Profitable Prices, Leaders Fear Future of U.S. Wheat at Risk

Wheat harvest is kicking off in major wheat growing areas, while wrapping up in the South. As combines roll, growers are facing below break-even prices, even with the recent Chinese buying spree.

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Jul 21, 2020

Why Canceling Pipeline Projects Could Cost Farmers $1 Billion

Major oil pipeline projects are facing intense uncertainty as recent federal rulings could halt expansion projects and even stop some pipelines from operating, but the decision could also cost farmers.

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Jul 17, 2020

Is the Weather Market Over for Corn?

China made history with a record purchase this week, but that news seemed to take a backseat to more favorable weather. So, is a weather market for corn out of the picture? Arlan Suderman and DuWayne Bosse weigh in

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Jul 15, 2020

State Fair Canceled? Machinery Pete to Showcase Youth Tractors

State Fair after State Fair continue to get canceled due to COVID concerns. An email from a frustrated parent sprouted quite the idea for Machinery Pete: a new way to showcase students' hard work.