Successful Farming 2013 Marketing Academy
Successful Farming and Al Kluis invite you to sign up for the premier way to learn about marketing your crop.to the 2013. Market -- Join us for this thirteenth session entry level marketing course that will help you learn more about managing -- risk. Long time marketing expert our clients will leave the course. It's all about making better decisions you know what we -- farmers we teach him a lot over the entire course that we really focused on decisions. Farmers and had a lot of training on how to maximize production they're really created knowing which seem to plan what rate plan -- -- how to -- the crop. This is very important what we're teaching them how to grow more money. The first four sessions of this course will be held at Sioux Falls , South Dakota on December 12. The final nine sections of the course will be held on line. Jerry and Stephanie Holland played on the
Brazil crop outlook
Luis Vieira summarizes the corn and soybean outlook for Brazil and Argentina.shipped it I -- -- in the heart of brazile through the Panama Canal but he's very to me that there are some investments. Of over five billion dollars welcome. Who Brazilian interest that -- but. Is the consequences of -- would not be seen. In different there. It seems like Brazil has a hard time getting the yeah infrastructure improvements made itself. By all means be sure to watch Luis is reports both here and agriculture dot com and it's successful farming
Crop Tour Observations
Christina McGlone-Hahn shares her observations on the 2013 crop condition, and early yield estimates.really lead and better than we expected. There are some areas in central Illinois needed rain and unfortunately they seem to be -- they're getting messed constantly sell. That area doesn't need rain and then I
Early crop tour results high
Kyle Tapley, MDA Weather Services, talks about the preliminary findings of the crop tour in Indiana, Illinois and Iowa.I say things -- and I was expecting. For Illinois we an average yield of what we've thought through -- central Illinois. Of over 200 bushels -- acres a lot better and I was expecting especially as we aren't western Illinois that we might see some decreases in the -- that recently that. Really didn't see that as it is rather consistent whereas last year we saw really high variability and obviously low yields this year is very consistent kind and that one. 85. 220 arranged to -- throughout all of Illinois and we put in a continuing the eastern Iowa today we've had two very good yield estimates that in 230s. Here and -- Johnson went counties that's a part of this
Your World in Agriculture - June 2013
Mike speaks to experts in South America regarding the corn and soybean crops there, as well as issues that South American farmers might have in getting their crops delivered.for agriculture dot com. Today we are speaking about the crops in South America and also the issues that affect farmers in Brazil and Argentina. We start with Luis Vieira he is a freelance writer in. Southern part of Brazil and Rio Grande assault. First off -- wanna say hello to you. The whole -- We're doing well -- give us some feel for the Brazilian corn crop -- -- currently being harvested there. How are the yields coming in what are you hearing from farmers. And we look Canadaand weather the weather's -- cooperate or not. There are issues in South America that could affect the export part. Stay tuned we'll have more from Argentina on your world and agriculture. As we continue with
Corn use for ethanol to flatten
Oliver Flake, USDA/FAS Senior Agricultural Economist, visits with Agriculture.com's Mike McGinnis about the future of corn use for the renewable fuel.this year. Proceed with the forecast currently it's for a slightly less corn ethanol use this year and crashed. So that that's kind of where we are incarnate and also long term. A lot of the
USDA Answers Report Questions
Joe Prusacki, USDA NASS, explains data collecting procedures have not changed.
USDA Stands by Report Procedure
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USDA asks, "What are we doing wrong?"
Soybeans are substantially easier to track so just because what we do that either process. All we for. There is pretty fair paying him out Google's CE. Eagles or all of our views so Do you have that giant more. 1000000100. Million billions. Let's just. Million bushels that big thing this he'd end
Below breakeven grain prices seen ahead
I'm Mike Maginnis agriculture dot com we're visiting today with sterling so the rabobank. Finance firm in. First off wanted to express the fact that rabobank has a real at least. A report. Sort of a white papers if you will on an auto worker prices could be written and also what secrets could lookspeaking of sterling the belly as the -- probably food in agribusiness vice president . The report released this week sterling also mentions that we could be looking at about five to six million less acres. Beingconstantly. That he might during the so the rabobank food and agribusiness vice president I'm Mike Maginnis for agriculture dot.