Jun 5, 2012
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Watered Down: Why is Water Important to YOU? 34

We use water in some form every day. To bathe, to drink, to play, not to mention grow crops. Being involved in agriculture, we know clean water is of utmost importance, and that farmers are certainly doing their part to keep ground water clean....More
Jun 5, 2012
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Euro Sector’s Impact on Agriculture

The economic soap opera seems to be never ending for the European region's economies. Ag lenders and producers want to know how the condition of Europe will impact their loan portfolios and profitability, respectively....More
Jun 5, 2012
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Farmers Face Replant, Nitrogen Decisions

Growing conditions for corn and soybeans are quite variable across Minnesota. In south-central Minnesota most of the corn and soybeans were planted by mid-May and have emerged, with some of the early planted corn being 12-15 in. tall by the beginning of June. Overall the warmer and wetter conditions that existed in May across the state have been quite favorable for crop development; however, many locations have been impacted by excessive heavy rainfall events and severe storms during the month....More
Jun 5, 2012
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Corn Conditions Stable, Soy Ratings Below Last Year

The condition of the U.S. corn crop improved marginally last week and remained above a year earlier as rains across the Corn Belt were enough to prevent notable moisture stress but the first soybean crop ratings of the growing season came in slightly below last year....More

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