Aug 21, 2012
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Farm Family Living-Cost Trends 1

In the last article I indicated that farm family living cost increases were hotter than this summer’s sun-baked fields. With average farm family living cost of approximately $85,000 for 2011, let us examine some of the major trends and components of cost based upon the Nebraskaland Farm and Ranch Management Educational Program’s data summary....More
Aug 21, 2012
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Livestock Industry Under Stress 1

The corn and soybean meal market prices have responded to the current U.S. drought with dramatic market increases. Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) December corn futures prices rose to over $8/bu. by mid-August, an increase of nearly $3/bu. since mid-June, or about a 60% increase in about two months. Similarly, CBOT soybean meal prices have increased by nearly $200/ton in recent months, and are now over $500/ton. Corn and soybean meal are important feed ingredients for all segments of the livestock industry....More
Aug 21, 2012
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Good News for Ethanol

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Friday ruled 2-1 in favor of the Environmental Protection Agency regulations to allow the distribution of E15 for use in newer vehicles....More

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