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    U.S. Wheat Shifts Strategy in Middle East, Closes Cairo Office

    10/18/2017 11:03 AM

    This week the U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) announced it will close its office in Cairo, Egypt on December 1.

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    Livestock Marketing Association Applauds Introduction of SALE Act

    10/18/2017 11:07 AM

    Congressman Roger Marshall (R-KS) introduces the Securing All Livestock Equitably (SALE) Act, H.R. 4058, to help provide sellers of livestock with payment protection during dealer payment defaults.

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    Global Dairy Prices Fall for Second Time in a Row

    10/18/2017 11:24 AM

    Dairy prices fall 1% at fortnightly auction, but analysts see price recovery later in the year.

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    USDA Withdraws GIPSA Rule

    10/18/2017 10:53 AM

    The Trump administration's decision to withdraw proposed GIPSA rule upsets Republican Iowa lawmaker

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    Will We See Soybean Crop "On Steroids" Like Last Year? Probably Not

    10/18/2017 12:06 PM

    In September, the USDA forecasted soybean yields would be 49.9 bushels per acre, but in its October report, it shaved 0.4 bushels off that number. This action is causing some market analysts to believe this is the signal of a harvest low.

     

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    Want to Gain Twice Your Annual Income?

    10/18/2017 12:47 PM

    Businesses with engaged workers attain twice the annual net income of those who aren't as engrossed.​

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    Know the Cost of Prepaying a Loan

    10/18/2017 01:02 PM

    I know a producer who took out a 20-year loan for roughly $17 million a few years ago, when times were more prosperous. Like many farmers and ranchers today, he’s been forced to refinance with another lender to unlock the equity in the real-estate collateral that backed his original loan. By refinancing, he can access more money, which his farm operation needs today. But paying off his original loan early has come at an enormous cost: a “prepayment penalty” of nearly $5 million.

    You might not expect to pay off your loan before it matures—but this can, and does, happen. As debt restructuring increases among farmers and ranchers in this low-price environment, it’s important to be aware of prepayment penalties before you sign a loan contract.

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    U.S. Milk Exports to Taiwan Could Set New Record

    10/18/2017 01:48 PM

    In America today, one day’s worth of milk produced on farms each week is sold to another country. One country of growing importance to U.S. export markets is Taiwan.

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    Corn Has "No Reason" to Rally

    10/18/2017 01:55 PM

    In the latest USDA crop production report, October corn yields were raised 1.9 bushels per acre from the September forecast. The government agency is expecting King Corn to yield 171.8 bushels per acre, a decrease of 2.8 bushels from last year.

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    Iconic Green and Yellow Remain Property of Deere & Co.

    10/18/2017 01:59 PM

    John Deere’s iconic green and yellow machinery colors are going to remain just that—John Deere’s, according to a U.S. District Court ruling in Paducah, Ky.

    Deere & Company had filed the lawsuit to prevent the use of its trademark color combination by FIMCO, Inc. The South Dakota company manufactures and markets agricultural sprayers under the brand name Ag Spray Equipment.
     
    Deere said the lawsuit is part of an ongoing and vigorous effort to protect the company’s trademarks and intellectual property.
     

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