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Brownfield Network 05/28/2020 11:53
More than a hundred donated hogs are helping to feed food-insecure people in Missouri. The Missouri Farmers Care Drive to Feed Kids partnered with the Missouri Pork Association to give more than 10,500 pounds of ground pork to the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, which by Food Bank calculations comes out to about 48,000 servings. The fact that packers are operating at about 80 percent capacity because of the COVID outbreak means there are more hogs available, according to Don Nikodim, executive director of the Missouri Pork Association .
Brownfield Network 05/28/2020 09:10
What farmers need to know about carbon markets. There are some regenerative practices that can put carbon back into the soil. In this edition of Talk with Field Work, Mitchell Hora, a seventh-generation farmer and co-host of the FieldWork podcast, shares how farmers can get paid for putting carbon back into the soil. To learn more, check out the " Carbon Markets " episode on FieldWork’s YouTube channel.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 17:01
Missouri corn planting is 90 percent complete. That’s 26 percentage. points ahead of last year, cool weather is slowing development. “I made the statement the other day, ‘it’s hard to think, in forty days it’s. going to be tasseling,’” said Robert Alpers, who farms in Mid-Missouri. The USDA says three-quarters of Missouri’s corn crop has emerged and it’s 66. percent good to excellent as of this past Sunday. Alpers, from Prairie Home, Missouri, is hoping for warmer growing weather for. the sake of his corn.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 16:58
On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, June Class III milk. futures settled 41 cents higher at $17.93. July up 29 at $17.15. August. through October contracts closed two higher to nine cents lower. Dry whey down $0.02 at $0.32. Fourteen trades were made, with a range of. $0.32 to $0.3350. Blocks up $0.0850 at $2.0475. Barrels up $0.0150 at $1.9250. Twelve trades made, ranging $1.8875 to $1.92. Butter down $0.0025 at $1.5775. Nonfat dry milk unchanged at $1.0250.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 16:50
At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle futures ended the day higher supported by the strong start to the week’s cash trade and broader market support. June live cattle closed $1.40 higher at $100.80 and August live cattle closed $1.47 higher at $100.72. August feeder cattle closed $.72 higher at $134.02 and September feeder cattle closed $.65 higher at $135.07. Another light round of direct cash cattle trade took place on Wednesday in many parts of cattle country.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 16:34
This time last week some central Nebraska farmers were talking about drought. Some areas had not received any rain for over a month. That situation changed rather quickly over Memorial Day. weekend. “We had from four to over seven inches, depending upon the. fields,” says Randy Uhrmacher of Hastings. Uhrmacher says he would have settled for half that much. “We were just finishing up running pivots early in the week.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 15:58
Soybeans were modestly higher on short covering and technical buying. There is optimism about demand from China, even with the tensions between Beijing and Washington D.C. There were some rumors about new sales to China ahead of the open, but nothing materialized, and there are continued disputes about the Phase One trade agreement, COVID-19, and Hong Kong between the world’s two largest economies. Some U.S. action on Hong Kong could happen this week, but that’s still uncertain at this point.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 15:55
The Iowa Department of Agriculture has launched a disposal assistance program to help pork producers who are being forced to euthanize pigs due to COVID-19 supply chain disruptions. "That’s an economically and emotionally stressful thing, so. what we developed was a program to help offset some of the costs associated. with the disposal of those animals," says Iowa ag secretary Mike Naig.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 14:49
The President of the Renewable Fuels Association says oil. refinery requests for Renewable Fuel Standard exemptions for past compliance. years should be denied. Geoff Cooper tells Brownfield refiners are trying to get around a Tenth Circuit Court decision that said to get a small refinery exemption moving forward, the refiner must show they’ve had one every year since 2013.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 13:18
There’s increasing concern the phase one trade deal could. unravel as tensions rise between the U.S. and China. President Trump on Tuesday said he’s preparing to take action. against China over its effort to impose national security laws on Hong. Kong. Trump has also been critical of China’s response to the coronavirus. outbreak, sparking threats from both sides of walking away from the deal. DTN lead analyst Todd Hultman tells Brownfield a trade dispute with China is the number one problem for commodity prices the White House could actually do something about.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 12:54
Another light round of direct cash cattle trade is underway in many parts of cattle country. Northern dressed deals are mostly at $190, fully steady with Tuesday’s business and the top end of last week’s trade. Southern live deals are at $120, also steady with the top end of last week’s business. Asking prices are around $120 to $125 live and $190 to $195 dressed. Today’s Fed Cattle Exchange was a little bit of a dud, with an offering of 1,164 head with zero head sold.
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 10:39
Spring wheat planting is nearing completion. The USDA reports as of Sunday, 81% of the crop is planted. nationwide, compared to 80% last year and the five-year average of 90%. USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says all states including South Dakota are at least 90% planted except for Minnesota at 86% and North Dakota at 70%, which is pulling down the national number. "We saw planting advance from 41% to 70% complete during the week ending May 24th, however that remains far behind the five-year average of 88%.".
Brownfield Network 05/27/2020 10:07
Tropical Storm Bertha will drift northward, moving inland later Wednesday across the Carolinas. Storm-total rainfall could reach 2 to 4 inches or more across the Carolinas and southwestern Virginia, leading to flash flooding. Farther west, shower activity will gradually shift eastward, with drier air overspreading the Mississippi Valley by Friday and the Ohio Valley on Saturday. Lingering showers along the Atlantic Seaboard should end by Sunday. Most of the West will experience hot, dry weather during the next several days, except for some weekend showers and cooler weather in the Pacific Northwest.


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