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Legislation Introduced to Extend PTC Deadline

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Sequester Cuts and Other Farm Program Disparities

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New Illinois Corn Disease: Bacterial Stripe Found

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This Latest Kicking of the Can Bodes Ill

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Editors' Notebook

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Contract Month Last Chg High Low
ELEC. CORN[10] Dec-15 387'4 -3'6 394'2 383'4
Dec-16 410'6 -2'0 415'0 406'6
ELEC. SOYBEANS[10] Nov-15 890'2 9'0 897'0 871'4
Nov-16 899'2 6'6 904'0 882'2
ELEC. WHEAT[10] Dec-15 513'2 1'6 519'4 504'0
Dec-16 553'4 2'2 554'0 543'6
ELEC. HRW WHEAT[10] Dec-15 505'2 1'6 509'4 497'0
Dec-16 566'0 0'2 567'2 562'0
ELEC. HRS WHEAT[10] Dec-15 532'4 1'4 536'2 525'0
Dec-16 581'0 -3'0 581'0 581'0
ELEC. LIVE CATTLE[10] Oct-15 129.700 -1.475 131.100 129.300
Dec-15 136.425 -1.250 137.575 135.650
ELEC. FEEDER CATTLE[10] Oct-15 188.000 0.125 188.875 186.375
Nov-15 183.875 -0.225 185.650 182.550
ELEC. CLASS III MILK[10] Oct-15 15.78 0.09 15.80 15.69
Nov-15 15.78 0.03 15.83 15.63
ELEC. COTTON # 2[10] Dec-15 62.00 0.28 62.24 60.97
Mar-16 61.92 0.32 62.09 60.90
Fri, Oct 9, 2015 12:41 PM CDT    *Quotes are in market time.
Delay is indicated in brackets.
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DTN Midday Grain Comments Wheat, Beans Higher at Midday 10/9 11:00AM
Grain trade is mixed in quiet action ahead of the report.
Rain Friday in Southern Plains, Midwest 10/9 5:54AM
Areas of the Southern Plains into the southeastern Midwest will see some light rain today. Dry elsewhere.
Pre-Order Opportunities Dicamba Bean Strategy Outlined 9/15 10:57AM
The Monsanto Company announced how they will deal with the uncertain market situation for dicamba-tolerant soybeans. The trait is approved, but does not have China clearance.
More Tar Spot Found Illinois Confirms Corn Disease
Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy Beer Can Blues
Weed Whackers Walking Beans Makes a Comeback
Bull Lease Bovine Time-Share Growing 10/5 8:51AM
Some producers are finding opportunity in leasing bulls and even cows.
The Implant Question Implant for Pounds, or Market for a Premium
USDA Finds Probable PED Virus Source APHIS Suspects Reusable Bags as Source of PED Virus
Ask the Vet Poison Hemlock an Invasive Issue
Land Management
Iowa Land Gets a Bounce Farmland Gloom and Doom May Be Overrated 8/24 11:34AM
Key Midwest land values are stuck in neutral or sliding below 2014 levels, recently released opinion surveys of farm real estate trends show. But bankers, farmers and real estate appraisers may be overreacting in areas where crops look great.
Cash Rent Reset - 3 Be an Open Book
Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy Beer Can Blues
Are You the Ideal Tenant? Good Land-Leasing Relationships Require Honesty, Transparency
Farm Business
Disparity in ARC Payments FSA Rule Creates Haves, Have Nots in New Farm Program 10/7 9:26AM
A technicality pays multi-county growers based on where records are housed, not necessarily counties where land is farmed. For some, it's a $60- to $100-an-acre difference.
Bundle Whole-Farm Policies Income Insurance Gets Second Shot
Ag Interest Rate Snapshot
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Machine Industry Consolidation Consolidation Coming in Machinery Industry 10/5 11:26AM
Every time there is a downturn, we hear rumors of consolidation, both of farms and the industries that serve them. This cool spell is no different. Rabobank analysts are the latest to speculate about consolidation in the farm machinery industry.
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Ag Policy
WOTUS Delayed Nationally Judges' Order Raises Questions on Rule 34 minutes ago
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Disparity in ARC Payments FSA Rule Creates Haves, Have Nots in New Farm Program
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Farm Life
Food Security Challenges - 2 A Risky Course of Action 10/5 11:15AM
Cargill Chairman Greg Page encourages agriculture to take a more proactive role in examining the risks of climate change.
Food Security Challenges - 3 Climate Hubs Highlight Crop Vulnerabilities
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The Market's Fine Print Cattlegate 10/7 5:02PM
Cattlemen currently struggling through the most devastating market scandal experienced in decades crave to hear encouraging words like "Our long national nightmare is over," spoken by President Gerald Ford following the Watergate scandal.
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Ask the Vet Poison Hemlock an Invasive Issue 10/5 9:06AM
Is poison hemlock dangerous for livestock?