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Thursday, September 01, 2016

Cloud computing and the future of agriculture - Office of Academic Affairs - The Ohio State University

Cloud computing and the future of agriculture - Office of Academic Affairs - The Ohio State University

Frugal farmers see bit brighter forecast for income

Frugal farmers see bit brighter forecast for income

Labor costs, water spell deep changes for agriculture | Dan Walters | santamariatimes.com

Labor costs, water spell deep changes for agriculture | Dan Walters | santamariatimes.com

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center: Grain markets are higher as bargain hunters provide support. End-users were noticeable buyers with corn near $3.00 and wheat below $4.00. China’s appetite for soybeans put legs under this market. Outside markets are range bound waiting for employment data tomorrow.

December corn futures slipped 27 � cents during August. November soybeans were down 60 cents and September wheat 46 � lower during August. Can September provide us with a recovery rally as corn harvest begins across the cornbelt?