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    How Will Replant Impact Crop Tour Numbers?

    Aug 17, 2017 09:18 PM

    Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour leaders Brian Grete and Chip Flory are anxious to step into fields Monday to get a first-hand look at how widespread planting dates and replants are reflected in plant variability, even within the same field.

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    Hot and Dry States See More Tipped-Back Ears

    Aug 16, 2017 03:35 PM

    Farmers across the Midwest are starting to see tip back in some of their corn fields. 

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    North Dakota Cattle, Corn Groups Launch Drought Aid Efforts

    Aug 16, 2017 02:09 PM

    North Dakota's largest livestock group and its biggest corn organizations have launched efforts to help ranchers devastated by a summer of drought.

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    Duarte Settlement Leaves Unanswered Questions for Growers

    Aug 16, 2017 01:06 PM

    Is agriculture exempt from the permitting requirements of the Clean Water Act? Growers will have to wait a while longer for an answer to that question following a $1.1 million settlement in a landmark case this week.

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    Free Trial Available on Farm Journal Pro During Midwest Crop Tour Week

    Aug 16, 2017 12:24 PM

    The Farm Journal Pro premium platform – FarmJournalPro.com – will have all the information you are looking for during the Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour, beginning Aug. 21. If you sign up for a free trial now, you will have access to historical Crop Tour data, information from Tour leaders, official state results and much more.

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    Louisiana Corn Sees Record Corn Yields As Harvest Nears the End

    Aug 16, 2017 08:05 AM

    Farmers throughout the south have seen big gains in statewide average yields. Most of the states in the region planted fewer corn acres, lowering total production.

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    Mexican Grain Importers Pause Investments

    Aug 16, 2017 07:00 AM

    Whether it’s loaded and driven, or rolls out by rail, U.S. grains are pouring out of our country and heading for end users in Mexico. 

    “We use raw material [such as] corn, sorghum, wheat and fiber-like cotton seed hulls to make feed for livestock,” said Ricardo Elizondo, owner of Forrajera Elizondo, a family-run feed mill in Monterrey, Mexico.

    This family-run feed mill said the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) helped make that grain, and in turn their feed competitive. Today, they’re bagging or selling roughly 50 million metric tons of corn and sorghum every year. They’d like to buy more. 
     

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