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The 66th Princess Kay of the Milky Way says her dream came true Wednesday night.  Amy Kyllow of Byron in southeast Minnesota says she dreamed of someday being crowned Princess Kay. “But to actually have it come true, that’s a whole... (full story)


A central Indiana farmer says his crops would be in good shape if it was July.   Phil Ramsey says his crops are average at best. “We have farms that look terrible and we have some corn and soybeans that look fantastic,” he says. “As of now, I’m... (full story)


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Brownfield’s Mark Dorenkamp will be on the ground in Lewiston, MN on Thursday, Sep. 12, 2019 for the Land Stewardship Project Composting and soil biology field day. Continue reading Land Stewardship Project Composting and soil biology field day... (full story)


Many farmers have expressed concern about an early frost after a difficult growing season, but Brownfield Meteorologist Greg Soulje says he isn’t anticipating an early frost. “We don’t even really foresee a normal frost date,” he says. “It will be... (full story)


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See the seasonal explanation and technical analysis for the profitable trade in the RBOB Seasonal Spread from The Seasonal Spread Trader newsletter. (full story)


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Using subsurface drip irrigation could be a yield saver if farmers experience another year like 2019. Crop Science Professor Fred Below says drip irrigating crops below the surface is a more efficient way to use water and deliver nutrients. ... (full story)


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A couple of baby steps forward, and one big adult step backward would seem to be a reasonably accurate description of the action in the grain and soy markets over the past few days. The combination of yield reports from the ProFarmer tour... (full story)


U.S. farmers are taking the brunt of retaliatory tariffs placed on their products, says a Knowledge Exchange report released by CoBank on Thursday. In an analysis of 11 U.S. agricultural commodities representing a cross-section of agricultural... (full story)


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A couple of baby steps forward, and one big adult step backward would seem to be a reasonably accurate description of the action in the grain and soy markets over the past few days. The combination of yield reports from the ProFarmer tour that did... (full story)


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The grain fill period begins with successful pollination and initiation of kernel development, and ends approximately 60 days later when the kernels are physiologically mature. During grain fill, the developing […] (full story)


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The following swing trading levels are reference points for traders to consider. As we provided levels for a long and short bias, the information is directionally neutral. (full story)


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The Illinois Department of Agriculture has received more dicamba related pesticide misuse complaints in 2019 than any other year despite their efforts to minimize dicamba drift. Doug Owens with the department shared with Brownfield the number... (full story)


Bulls have firm overall chart advantage and have faded a bit this week, but a price uptrend is still in place. (full story)


China to levy retaliatory tariffs of another $75bln on US goods, starting September 1st. Global Times editor-in-chief Hu Xijin tweets earlier The US side will feel the pain. Canadian Retail Sales beat: 0.0% MoM vs -0.3% on the headline, +0.9% vs 0.0% Ex autos. Feds Bullard said... (full story)


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Fancy colored yield maps are fine for verifying grain yields at the end of the harvest season, but bragging rights for the highest corn yields are established earlier than that […] (full story)


GBPNZD is recovering after a five-wave decline of a higher degree, which found a low at the 1.827 level. (full story)


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The Barchart Chart of the Day belongs to the natural gas company WEC Energy(WEC) . I found the stock by sorting Barchart's New All-Time High list first by the most frequent number of new highs in the last month, then used the Flipchart feature t... (full story)


Crude oil made a sharp, intra-day drop, down from the 56.60 area which can now be part of a higher degree wave C of a bigger zig-zag correction. (full story)


The trade tensions between the U.S. and China are escalating. Friday morning, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced new tariffs on $75 billion of imported goods from the U.S. Bloomberg says that includes an additional 5% tariff on U.S.... (full story)


Extremely low-cost and high-yield Bt corn? Off-patent, generic Bt corn is rapidly approaching farmland and the price differential might cause buyer whiplash—a possible $100 spread. Further, the off-patent Bt corn is backed by new genetics with the... (full story)


Oil prices have entered the rocky ranges. Trapped in a world of wild moves but still getting nowhere, as it appeared lost in a range [...] (full story)


The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is holding a free crop tour and the first Cotton Boll Golf Scramble on Sept. 24 in Big Spring. “We wanted a fun and unique […] (full story)


Soybeans futures are trading mostly 2 cents lower. They were down 4 1/4 to 4 3/4 cents per bushel on Thursday. There was some net new selling, with preliminary open interest rising 13,735 contracts. Meal futures ended lower by $1/ton and soy oil was ... (full story)


Corn futures are 2 to 3 cents lower this morning. They closed fractionally higher on Thursday. The USDA Export Sales report showed a slow 119,267 metric tons (MT) in the week ending August 15. New crop sales totaled 301,608 MT, down 2% from the previ... (full story)


Wheat futures are UNCH to 2 cents lower across the three markets this morning. On Thursday the CBOT SRW was up 4 3/4 cents in the nearby, with KCBT HRW higher by 7 cents. MPLS posted another round of contract lows, off by 3 3/4 cents in nearby Sep. ... (full story)


Cotton futures are trading 14 to 15 points higher to begin Friday morning activity. The dollar is stronger. They were 63 to 107 points lower on Thursday, pressured by weak Export Sales. The weekly Export Sales report from USDA showed 19/20 bookings o... (full story)


Corn futures are 2 to 3 cents lower this morning. They closed fractionally higher on Thursday. The USDA Export Sales report showed a slow 119,267 metric tons (MT) in the week ending August 15. New crop sales totaled 301,608 MT, down 2% from the previ... (full story)


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