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Continuous years of large crops and demand uncertainty makes grain storage attractive for Kentucky producers this fall.

Farmers needed the kind of weather we're having right now, and hopefully it will continue.

On Oct. 20, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., a course on value-added grain production and processing will be held at Small Valley Milling in Halifax, Pennsylvania.

Markets improve somewhat, following USDA reports, but harvest is a little on the slow side.

Crawford County farmer Casey Niese relies on the insight of his father and grandfather, and his college education, to succeed as a crop farmer.

A $6 million research project will take a unique approach to studying stalk lodging in corn and sorghum.

Corn and soybean prices have rallied, but need more good news to sustain the gains.

The prospect of trade talks with China could be a good sign for the grain markets.

Favorable growing weather continues, putting downward pressure on prices.

Prices weaken as the trade war with China continues.
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