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Wheat Leads Rally On Wet Forecast

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Grain markets are higher as a wet forecast provides underlying support. Crude oil is higher on talk of more OPEC cuts in production. Equity markets are quiet...

National Corn Plantings Near Completion

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Grain markets are lower as traders weigh crop progress numbers against weather forecasts. Outside markets look to this morning's New Home Sales report, as well as the impact of president Trump's trip abroad.

Complete Coverage of March 31 USDA Reports

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Find out what you need to know about the data, the market's reaction, and what you need to do after USDA's release of the March 3 1 Prospective Plantings  and quarterly  Grain Stocks  reports.

Funds Dial Back on Bearish Wheat, Soy Bets but Leave Out Corn

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Speculators reduced bearish bets across most Chicago grain and oilseed markets last week, but pessimism in the corn market continues to build.

Does Starter Preference Matter?

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Because starter-grain consumption is so important for a smooth transition through weaning, we want to understand all we can about calf preferences for the contents and physical form of their calf starter.

Purdue Extension flood resources available for homeowners, farmers

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With persistent, often heavy rainfall triggering flood alerts throughout Indiana during the last week of April and first week of May, many Hoosiers were concerned about possible damage to homes and newly planted grain crops.

Corn specialist says careful management needed for flood-damaged crops

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Although two weeks of occasionally heavy rain and some unseasonably cold temperatures slowed planting progress and threatened newly emerging plants throughout Indiana, Purdue Extension corn specialist Bob Nielsen said there is still time to have a good grain crop if, as expected, weather conditions improved.

Purdue Extension workshops help workers, farmers prevent grain dust explosions

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Purdue Extension workshops will help farmers and employees of grain handling facilities better understand how to prevent grain dust combustion and explosions.

Spotty weather has Indiana grain crops off to an uneven start

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Bob Nielsen, Purdue Extension corn specialist, says he has never seen a growing season get off to such an uneven start as this one. Heavy rains in April and May delayed planting and left standing water in many parts of Indiana while other areas baked in unusually hot and dry conditions.


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