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October 30, 2013 | Views on the News | | Views: 1702
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Big News as Agriculture Gets Ready for Harvest

Surprising crop reports, a disease report and two lawsuits top last week

Harvest is ramping up here in Wisconsin as the weather cools and producers want to beat the first frost to the field. Things are also ramping up here at the Feed & Grain office as the press date for our Oct./Nov. issue gets closer. So, if you missed some of last week’s biggest news (there...

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September 18, 2013 | Views on the News | | Views: 1409
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Grain Companies Get Down to Business

Organizations continue to invest in the future

September is here and it’s posed to be a big month. What the media is calling a “flash drought” is creeping through the Corn Belt and looks to make the coming harvest more difficult than anyone would like. The farm bill may get put on the back burner now that congress is back in session due...

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September 03, 2013 | Views on the News | | Views: 1370

Worries and Plans for the Future

Companies make plans as they wait for the harvest

The last few weeks of August brought a lot of announcements of new investments in infrastructure.. Showing that, at least for now, the agriculture market doesn’t seem to be slowing down, on the national stage. As Labor Day passes and harvest season inches closer, the agriculture community...

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August 27, 2013 | Views on the News | | Views: 1412
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Summer Heat Dries Up the Flow of News

Important news for feed and grain industries still trickles through

Early this month I read a blog that said August was a notoriously slow news month.  Congress is on summer hiatus, farmers are in the field and it seems like much of the country is taking that last summer vacation before school starts. Going through the headlines this week was a struggle to...

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