Friday, February 23, 2018
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The 2017 corn harvest in Northern New York is providing data to researchers to compare forage quality and yield between two distinct types of corn.

Another week, and still no good reason to be bullish on these grain markets, says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark.

The 2017 corn yield in the U.S. is estimated at a record high 176.6 bushels per acre, according to the latest USDA report.

Our fearless grain commentator, Marlin Clark, is brutally honest this week: "I am looking for something to excite me in the market, and it just isn’t there."

Fluctuating weather has created conditions ideal for growing Fusarium mold, otherwise known as ‘Ear Rot’, which produces Vomitoxin and Zearalenone toxins.

USDA says soybean harvest is done. Not in Ohio. And grain prices aren't moving, says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark, who adds we are seeing two huge crops in a row, and the market does not care if farmers sell or not.

Following a screening of the movie Food Evolution, a panel of experts talked about the concerns people have with GMO technology.

During the 1920s, the pros and cons of the new-fangled machines were hotly debated in the farm press.

At current corn and soybean prices, the farmers will resist selling as long as they can.

The soybean crop is drying down fast, following a period of dry weather and extreme daytime highs.
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