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Contract Month Last Chg High Low
ELEC. CORN[10] May-15 391'2 0'2 392'0 390'0
Dec-15 414'6 0'0 415'6 414'0
ELEC. SOYBEANS[10] May-15 966'4 -0'6 972'0 966'2
Nov-15 948'4 -0'2 953'4 947'2
ELEC. WHEAT[10] May-15 511'6 4'0 513'6 508'6
Dec-15 538'2 3'2 540'6 535'4
ELEC. HRW WHEAT[10] May-15 558'4 5'4 559'2 555'2
Dec-15 587'4 3'4 589'2 586'0
ELEC. HRS WHEAT[10] May-15 578'0 3'0 579'6 577'0
Dec-15 602'0 4'6 602'0 600'0
LIVE CATTLE[10] Apr-15 162.625s 0.950 162.700 162.000
Jun-15 152.975s 0.975 153.100 152.475
FEEDER CATTLE[10] Apr-15 219.275s 2.050 219.400 219.375
May-15 218.125s 2.350 218.275 218.000
MILK CLASS III[10] Mar-15 15.51s -0.02 --- ---
May-15 15.45s 0.15 --- ---
ELEC. COTTON # 2[10] May-15 63.46 -0.09 63.80 63.34
Jul-15 63.74 -0.13 64.10 63.69
Mon, Mar 30, 2015 7:59 AM CDT    *Quotes are in market time.
Delay is indicated in brackets.
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DTN Early Word Grains Grains Mostly Higher Early Monday 3/30 6:00AM
May corn was fractionally lower, May soybeans were 3 cents lower, and May Chicago wheat was 1 cent higher.
Weather
Most Areas Dry Monday 3/30 5:56AM
Rain in the Southeast, while elsewhere will be dry. Conditions will be warm.
Crops
Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy Beans on a Budget 3/27 10:46AM
Can you trim inputs while growing soybeans in 2015? Here's a look at what you can and can't cut.
Making Money With Manure - 1 Manure Happens: How to Use it to Your Advantage
Making Money With Manure - 2 States Tackle Manure Management Issues
Making Money With Manure - 3 Composting, Additives Help Manage Manure
Livestock
Fescue Workaround Stocker Gains on Kentucky 31 With These Management Tricks 3/23 10:36AM
Fescue can be a challenge, but Butch Foster said he and his dad, Bob, put 200 to 250 pounds on calves in three to four months, all on Kentucky 31.
Special Breeds What's An Akaushi?
MOU Struck on Beef Checkoff Seven Industry Groups Support Fee Increase; NFU, U.S. Cattlemen, R-CALF USA Oppose It
Ask the Vet Think Generations Ahead When Picking a Bull
Land Management
Sample With Precision Farming Foot by Foot Requires Spot-On Soils Information 3/23 2:07PM
Dan Davidson looks at how to measure the horsepower of your soil with the Solvita soil respiration test.
Soil Health - 1 Why Soil Is in the Spotlight
Field Filters Six Ideas to Help Treat Tile Water Before It Leaves the Farm
Field Filters Six Ideas to Help Treat Tile Water Before it Leaves the Farm
Farm Business
Senior Partners - 1 A Will to Save Main Street 3/27 7:39AM
Think how rural communities could rejuvenate if farmland rents stayed local rather than flowing to out-of-state heirs. That's why some farmland owners want their hometowns to inherit at least part of their land.
$3 Corn Subdues Bids Midwest Renters Send an SOS
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Equipment
Ask the Taxman by Andy Biebl Spare Us From IRS Repair Regulations 3/23 2:04PM
Readers pose tax questions on how to justify repairs, handle capital gains on a residence and compliance on the Affordable Care Act.
"Crimp" Your Style Two Kansas Cover-Crop Farmers Share Their Experiences With Rollers
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Ag Policy
USDA Defines Actively Engaged Rule Change Won't Apply to Family Farm Operations 3/24 12:21PM
Under the 2014 farm bill, family operations are exempted from proposed changes in actively engaged rules. Only farm businesses defined as "non-family joint ventures" or general partnerships are affected.
Non-GM Label Bill Introduced Legislation Would Create Non-Biotech Label, Certification Program
Group Questions USDA Science Petition to USDA Demands Changes in Scientific Integrity Policies, Procedures
USDA Extends ARC-PLC Deadline Producers Now Have Until April 7 to Choose Between Commodity Programs
Farm Life
New Paths Living the Dream 3/23 1:55PM
Max payments forecast in areas of hardest-hit 2014 corn yields.
She's Got It All Big-City Life, Working on Farm Aren't Mutually Exclusive for Washington Farm Girl
GAO Seeks Insurance Cuts Report: Reducing Premium Subsidies on Largest Farms Actually Saves Little
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Ask the Vet Think Generations Ahead When Picking a Bull 3/23 11:13AM
Would a bull with an undescended testicle or one that was a hard pull at birth be worthy of breeding?