Dec 19, 2011
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2011 Ag Review: Crop Production, Prices, Inputs and Livestock

The end of the year is a good time to reflect on what happened agriculturally in the region in 2011. Here are some highlights regarding crop production, grain prices, crop input costs and livestock profits during 2011....More
Dec 19, 2011
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NOPA Crush Confirms Sluggish Soybean Demand

The National Oilseed Processors’ Association (NOPA) monthly crush report released last week confirmed that domestic soybean demand remains sluggish. NOPA pegged its members’ November soybean crush at 141.3 million bushels, compared with trade estimates averaging 140.9 million bushels, according to a survey taken by Dow Jones Newswires....More
Dec 13, 2011
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FFA Comes to the Banker Convention 1

Many of you who have listened to me speak over the years know that FFA has a special place in my heart. This organization and the people involved in its activities have been instrumental in developing the leadership of agricultural businesses and government. This year at the 59th ABA Agricultural Bankers Conference, Dwight Armstrong, National FFA Organization CEO, addressed the audience at the end of the first day....More

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