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Spouses, cross-train! By: 03/12/2014 @ 10:15am

As farming and raising a family become more complex and challenging, it’s not surprising that spouses divide and conquer the list of chores that need to be done…

The Life of Pie By: 03/16/2014 @ 9:37pm

Pie is riding high. For far too long, it languished at the back of the culinary showcase, while cupcakes and other…

Still firm price for nearby soybeans By: 11/04/2013 @ 10:55am

It is a telling sign regarding demand for a commodity when at harvest, in the midst of higher-than-expected nationwide…

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Corn: Acres and Weather Matter By: 03/12/2014 @ 11:42am

What a difference a few months make.  Back in October, the corn market was assuming carryout near 2 billion bushels.  Some prophesied price outlook of doom and gloom, forgetting that low prices cure…

South America’s Changing Face By: 03/12/2014 @ 11:26am

By Jacquie Voeks, guest columnistThere are some things going on in South America right now that can affect the current situation for soybean prices, and also paints for us a longer-term picture of South…

Catalog kick-starter By: 03/12/2014 @ 10:09am

Once upon a time, shopping was simply expected to be a chore. Now that it’s a recreational pastime, Americans want a convenient, seamless experience. Recently, Sears announced that its store in the heart…

Winter reading recommendations By: 01/13/2014 @ 12:30pm

As we settle into the new year, don’t forget that you’ll need nourishment for both body and soul to weather the winter months ahead. My suggestion is to stockpile some good books and to keep your…

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