Jun 7, 2011
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Eastern Corn Belt Catching Up on Planting

Favorable weather last week allowed producers in the soggy eastern Corn Belt to catch up considerably on corn and soybean planting and also boosted corn conditions....More
Jun 7, 2011
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Crop Conditions Variable

Growing conditions for corn and soybeans are quite variable across Minnesota. In south-central Minnesota most of the corn and soybeans that were planted by May 20 have now emerged, with some of the early planted corn reaching 8-10 in. tall. There have been some reports of crop emergence problems in portions of fields with corn and soybeans that were planted in mid-May, due to very cool, wet soil conditions following planting....More
Jun 7, 2011
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You Can’t Do That! Why Would You Want To?

My road warrior travels included a stop at Clemson University for the 28th Southeastern Agricultural Lending School. This is the longest-running agricultural lending school in the U.S. where lenders at Farm Credit, banks, FSA and agricultural suppliers meet together under one roof for an intensive week-long lending school....More

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