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Friday, August 12, 2016

Sedalia Democrat | The next generation of agriculture

Sedalia Democrat | The next generation of agriculture: Although the manner in which farming is done today has changed in some respects from that of previous generations, one thing that hasn’t changed is the ability of agriculture producers to face challenges every day to meet the goal of feeding the world.

Wisconsin Ag Connection - Bank Survey: WI Farmland Values Escalate During 2nd Quarter

Wisconsin Ag Connection - Bank Survey: WI Farmland Values Escalate During 2nd Quarter: Wisconsin continues to outpace the rest of its neighbors in the growth of farmland property values. According to the latest survey of agricultural lenders in the Seventh Federal Reserve District, state farmland values between April through June were up seven percent from a year ago, and rose five percent above the previous quarter. District wide, land values decreased one percent from the same three months compared to last year, but did move up one percent from the first quarter of 2016.

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center: Grain markets�are mixed ahead of the 11:00 AM USDA Supply and Demand data. The US Dollar and stock indices are higher while crude oil is near unchanged.

Analyst estimates�for today's USDA report have corn and soybean yields at the center of attention. For corn, the average trade guess is 170.6. For corn production the trade sees 14.757 billion bushels. They see corn ending stocks being revised up from 1.701 billion to 1.716 for old crop and from 2.081 billion to now 2.255 for new.