Central MN Cattle Reports:
1/21/20 – Long Prairie Livestock
1/23/20 – Central Livestock, Albany
The top yield of almost 97 bushels per acre in the Missouri Soybean Yield Contest was grown by Jerry Cox from the southeast Missouri town of Delta. He was at the top of the irrigated category, but
The 10th Circuit Court struck down three small refinery exemptions Friday, and the ethanol industry is reacting positively to that court decision. The court says the EPA overstepped its authority when issuing small refinery waivers to CVR
The governors of Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska signed an agreement over the weekend saying the states will enhance and promote cooperation to improve flood recovery and future flood control in the Lower Missouri River Basin. In
Commodities and the broader markets reacted Monday to uncertainties about the spread of the coronavirus in China. Five cases have now been confirmed in the U.S. Markets were mostly lower Monday on the potential global demand impact
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle ended the day lower on technical pressure, waiting for direction from this week’s cash trade. Feeder cattle were sharply lower on the same factors. February live cattle closed $2.60 lower
Brownfield’s Amie Simpson will be on the ground in Indianapolis January 29 for the Indiana Corn Growers Association and Indiana Soybean Alliance Legislative breakfast. Continue reading Indiana Corn Growers Association and Indiana Soybean Alliance Legislative breakfast at
The Missouri Cattlemen’s Association is against the Missouri Department of Conservation’s ban on hunting feral hogs on public land which requires landowners to have a permit for thermal scopes and other equipment for hunting on their land.
Mar. corn closed at $3.80 and 1/2, down 6 and 3/4 centsMar. soybeans closed at $8.97 and 1/4, down 4 and 3/4 centsMar. soybean meal closed at $297.80, down 50 centsMar. soybean oil closed at 31.52, down
Soybeans were modestly lower on fund and technical selling but managed to finish closer to the session’s highs than the lows. Commodities and the broader market reacted to the uncertainties regarding the spread of coronavirus in China,
Illinois farmers interested in soil health will soon have a larger voice in policy discussions. Liz Rupel with the Illinois Stewardship Alliance tells Brownfield they are starting a new Soil Health Champion Caucus comprised mainly of farmers.