Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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One of the side effects of the current government shutdown is that we are missing much of our fundamental information in the grain markets.

Most soybean farmers are deferring sales, waiting for higher prices.

Ag policy doesn't make sense (except to produce cheap food), says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark in his column this week.

A fair amount of corn and soybeans still remain in the fields in Ohio, but it remains to be seen just when the harvest will finally end.

A challenging year is about to come to a close. What lessons have we learned?

Leaders of the National Pork Board, United Soybean Board and National Corn Growers Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to coordinate research that will benefit all three organizations.

Problems in Kansas planting their hard red winter wheat is supporting both the Kansas City and Chicago wheat markets.

This year has produced some near-record yields for many corn growers, and temporary storage may be needed.

Plagued by rain, the western Corn Belt is finally catching up with harvest, and wheat planting.

Farmers are finally seeing a break in the weather, but will it last long enough?
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