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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

Young corn plants 07
Jan 24, 2020

What If U.S. Farmers Plant 95 Million Acres of Corn in 2020?

As the market starts to transition its focus to 2020 production, U.S. farmers may be poised to plant 95 million acres of corn. What would that mean for the markets? Chip Nellinger weighs in.

CornGroundPile
Jan 24, 2020

Could Poor Quality Corn Hinder Exports to China?

The U.S. may have plenty of corn to export, but that doesn't mean the quality is good. U.S. Farm Report analysts dig into the low-quality corn situation, and if it could hinder possible exports to China.

Fendt Momentum Planter
Jan 23, 2020

Perfect Planter? AGCO Uses Blank Canvas to Paint New Planter Design

AGCO unveiled its first ever Fendt branded planter for this week. With a new toolbar concept and packed with Precision Planting technology, the company says the planter could change the way farmers think about planting.

Shipping containers
Jan 09, 2020

USDA Won’t Account for Phase 1 Deal in Friday's Reports

As corn exports continue to disappoint, even if USDA lowers yield, analysts say USDA is likely to reduce export forecasts in Friday's reports.

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Jan 08, 2020

Biggest Risk to Commodity Markets in 2020? Politics

2020 is full of unknowns when it comes to the markets, but both market analysts and Washington watchers agree on one thing: the political environment will impact the markets in 2020.

Piggy bank
Jan 03, 2020

Why 2019 Might Have Been One of the Better Financial Years for Farmers

Two ag lenders say some producers are looking at stronger financial footing heading into 2020. They explain how solid risk management and MFP each played a major role in 2019.

Planting
Dec 27, 2019

Lessons Learned in 2019: Planting Dates Don't Matter

2019 was a rollercoaster year, but agronomists say there's one major thing farmers learned in 2019: planting conditions matter more than date.

Missouri corn cob pipe
Dec 24, 2019

Frosty the Snowman's Corn Cob Pipe is No Fairytale

Missouri Meerschaum Company is keeping the magic of corn cob pipes alive, even using a heritage corn hybrid dating back to the 1900s. The big cob creates the perfect pith for making pipes.

China trade
Dec 20, 2019

Could Corn Be a Big Winner in a Phase 1 Deal with China?

Agriculture is still awaiting details of the Phase 1 trade agreement with China, but corn, ethanol, wheat and protein could be in the mix.