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German Grain Cash Prices Oct 9
Lowest known bids in EUR/t, delivered.
At local time 11:30 GMT.
Barley, min 62-63 kg/hl
bid offers change
Delivered Hamburg Oct 17 157,00 162,00 0.00
Delivered Hamburg Nov 17 157,00 162,00 0.00
Ex Store Saxony Thüringen Oct 17 133,00 138,00 0.00
Wheat, A-quality, 13 % min
Protein, Hagberg 275
Wheat futures were lower while corn and soybean futures were little changed overnight.
Some swine herds are getting crazy with their high litter-weaning averages. Here are a few of the things they do exceptionally well.
(Corrects fourth paragraph to show USDA crop progress report on Tuesday, not
Monday, due to Columbus Day holiday)
* Soybean consolidates after gains on weather risks
* Market monitors dry Brazil, wet U.S., Argentine zones
* U.S. harvest delays seen minor, Argentina turns drier
* Investors awaiting USDA crop progress, supply/demand data
LYON, France, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Farmers trucked hundreds of
sheep into a central square in the French city of Lyon on Monday
in protest against the government's protection of wolves, which
they blame for livestock deaths and heavy financial losses.
European wolves were hunted to extinction in France in the
1930s but a pair crossed the Alps from Italy in the early 1990s
and they now number about 360 in packs scattered across the
country, according to wildlife groups.
In addition to new Guardian SP310F and Miller Nitro 7310 from New Holland Agriculture, AGCO, Hardi, and Equipment Technologies, Inc. are also introducing new self-propelled sprayer models.
Recognizing the work of rural women around the world through the International Food Policy Research Institute.
Mice and rats are creatures of opportunity. The contents of your outbuildings might be their good fortune.
Extension Forage Specialist Garry Lacefield at the University of Kentucky says a little work this fall can mean big returns next spring and summer.
Don Pettey of Altoona, Iowa builds and shows the little engines that could.