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The U.S. Department of Labor proposed changes to the H-2A
guest-worker program on Monday.
See DTN Ag News. 1^H-2A Changes Proposed...
Livestock producers ask members of the House Ag Subcommittee on
Livestock and Foreign Agriculture for passage of the United
See . FLivestock Wants USMCA...
Corn silking was at 17% as of Sunday, July 14, far behind the
five-year average of 42%, and the crop was rated 58% in good-to-excellent
condition, up slightly from 57% the previous week.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Weekly Crop Progress...
Wet, cool weather in the first half of the growing season for most of
the Midwest has had a negative effect on forage crops.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Hay Prices Rising...
Some view the need for upgraded flood control to improve climate
resiliency while others see a need to refocus the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
more on flood control and less on environmental rehabilitation. Either way, a
retired Corps commander said the Midwest needs a comprehensive strategy to look
at long-term infrastructure needs.
See DTN Ag News. BMore Resilient Flood Control...
Some view the need for upgraded flood control to improve climate resiliency while others see a need to refocus the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers more on flood control and less on environmental rehabilitation. Either way, a retired Corps commander said the Midwest needs a comprehensive strategy to look at long-term infrastructure needs.
Just as parts of the Lower Mississippi River were showing signs of flood recovery, Category 1 Hurricane Barry made landfall in Louisiana on July 13. Later that day it weakened to a Tropical Storm as it moved inland and became a tropical depression on Sunday afternoon, July 14.
Cornfields are starting to show the consequences of wet and delayed planting conditions.
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********* Trading Hours ********* Trade is Open 7:00 PM - 7:45 AM Sun Evening - Friday Morning Trade Resumes 8:30 AM - 1:15 PM Monday - Friday Notice concerning the pricing or selling of grain. We will purchase / price grain during the day up to 1:00 PM -- Except during the 45 min. pause. Scale Tickets marked "SELL" will be priced the following day when the grain futures resume trade, after 8:30 AM. If you want cash grain "Priced" that is dumped during the day, please inform someone in the offce. For pricing during after hours or during the day consider placing an open order. T h a n k Y o u !