Sep 23, 2010
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Lender-Borrower Relationships

Over the course of this year, my involvement in nine ag lending schools has allowed me to keep a pulse on practices in the field. At some schools, we conduct lender-borrower panels that are generally the highlight of the educational experience. The following are some perspectives from these panels. Many panelists would like their lender to visit their operation. While these panelists were not the average producers, having a lender who understands their business, industry and family is important to them....More
Sep 21, 2010
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Nearly One-Fifth of U.S. Corn Crop Harvested

The U.S. corn harvest remained ahead of schedule next week even though cooler, wetter weather limited harvest progress in the western Corn Belt and some producers switched to cutting soybeans....More
Sep 21, 2010
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Rain Slows Harvest in Upper Midwest 2

Frequent rainfall events in the past few weeks across most areas of southern Minnesota and northern Iowa have made many fields very wet at the start of the 2010 fall harvest season....More
Sep. 10, 2010
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010 - Somerville, TN
Cotton variety county standardized test, LibertyLink variety test, talk on defoliation, and soybean variety test....More
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