Drought continues to tighten its grip across the Plains, and it’s forcing farmers in west Texas to make some very difficult decisions this growing season. Depleted soils, along with bleak forecasts showing little chances for rain anytime soon, is a tough reality for farmers who struggled through a drought Read More
We have higher board values today and a crop report tomorrow. Milk prices were up decently on Friday with a little follow through today. The most significant thing to report on cottonseed is that ADM is the highest bid in all origin markets, by $15 per ton. The crush Read More
Good morning. Corn
futures are starting off the week slightly in the red, with the May contract
down 3/4 cent to $3.43. The May contract is currently a dime off its recent
low, thanks in large part to a 29.7 million-bushel sale of corn to the Chinese.
We’ve been waiting a long time Read More
Due to the Corona Virus and social distancing we will be temporarily discontinue signatures from dairies on our frieght bills. We will have our drivers write the data and time they delivered the load to your dairy as well as print thier names on all frieght bills.
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2020 Prepaid Program
Any unsecured prepaid amounts will earn a discount of 3.00% annualized.
Prepaid funds entered into this program
will be held in a bank escrow account once the funds become good and eligible
for us to transfer. The Company will use Bank of America as its escrow agent.
There is Read More
Devin Gioletti, a fourth-generation dairy farmer in this Central Valley community, was outlining for me the trajectory of the dairy industry in California, the nation’s largest. He was alluding back to when the industry was still growing and milk prices were rising, and his family farm was expanding the Read More
The drought that grips the U.S. northern Plains region spills over north of the board into the Canadian Prairie Provinces as well. Central Saskatchewan accounts for more than half of the country’s canola area. Between April and July, precipitation for the region was less than 40% of its usual Read More