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This week our DTN farmer correspondents take a mental health moment
to escape this stressful season before heading back to the field.
See DTN Ag News. 4^View From the Cab...
An unusually large number of acres will go unplanted this year,
leaving farmers with less work for their employees. Rather than lay people off,
here are a few ways you can keep them engaged and making positive contributions
to the farm.
See DTN Ag News. BAg's HR Coach...
Leaders in commodity trading and other derivatives told U.S.
lawmakers on Wednesday that rules drafted by the European Union over market
derivatives create potential market fragmentation and a race of regulatory
oversight claims. EU officials began drafting the rules to enforce on the
United Kingdom because of Brexit.
See DTN Ag News. :^Complaints on EU Brexit Rules...
Retail fertilizer prices saw only minor changes from last month. The
average urea prices increased by $7/ton, the largest change of the eight
fertilizers tracked by DTN.
See DTN Ag News. BDTN Retail Fertilizer Trends ...
Most farmers are done planting and replanting. Now they'll turn to
prevented planting acre management and managing crops that got a rough start to
See . FDTN Field Roundup ...
The National Pork Producers Council has challenged FDA's regulations concerning gene editing, arguing the rules classifying genetically modified animals as a "drug" could hamper the industry. With President Donald Trump signing an executive order on biotechnology earlier this month, the pork industry and USDA secretary want FDA to loosen its regulatory oversight.
Volunteers in communities throughout the Southern Plains have been quick to offer help to farmers and ranchers affected by devastating floods this spring.
A Day In The Field
Grain Buying Policy
********* 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 !