These comments include information from other sources and while they are believed to be reliable, there is no guarantee as to their accuracy and completeness. Therefore, Revillo Farmers Elevator does not guarantee its' accuracy or completeness. And as always these comments are as of this date and are subject to change without notice.
Ag bankers say only a small portion of their customers are in severe
financial stress but add there are plenty of unknowns about 2019 that could
change the financial picture for many farmers.
See DTN Ag News. BAg Bankers Wary About 2019...
Last week wasn't the first time USDA surprised markets with a big,
revised estimate of corn stocks.
See . FTodd's Take...
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Michael Conaway, D-Texas, and
ranking member Collin Peterson, D-Minn., have made a joint farm bill offer to
the Senate that addresses the stiffer work requirements for the Supplemental
Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) that are in the House bill but not the
See DTN Ag News. BFarm Bill Talks Advancing...
After months of back and forth, USDA and FDA officials on Friday
announced the two agencies would split the regulatory responsibilities on the
emerging industry of growing meat products from cell cultures in a lab.
See DTN Ag News. BRegulating Lab-Based Products...
One Iowa group is working to make resistance management strategies a
real option for corn growers
rather than merely an academic exercise.
See DTN Ag News. :^Expect Resistance Ahead ...
With time running short, the chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee said it's critical to get a deal this week on a farm bill between the House and Senate so there is time to complete the language and get cost estimates on the final bill, then take the legislation to both the House and Senate floors again.
All of the major fertilizers are higher compared to last year, with prices showing significant gains in recent months, but anhydrous had the biggest increase at 6% from the previous week and 27% higher than last year.
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 !