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Corn Yields Can Hold Despite Heavy Rains

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Argentina and Brazil Beef Imports Approved Despite FMD Risks

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Hit-and-Miss Showers for Western Canada

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Grains Council Team Educates Southern Mexico Cattle Industry

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The Pollinator's Dilemma

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Brazilian Soy Rust Threat

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The Good, The Bad, The Drowned

Contract Month Last Chg High Low
ELEC. CORN[10] Jul-15 404'6 -9'2 417'0 403'0
Dec-15 422'6 -8'6 436'0 421'4
ELEC. SOYBEANS[10] Jul-15 1043'6 -12'4 1060'2 1041'0
Nov-15 1024'4 -12'6 1040'0 1019'0
ELEC. WHEAT[10] Jul-15 577'0 -37'6 615'6 577'0
Dec-15 586'0 -36'0 621'4 584'4
ELEC. HRW WHEAT[10] Jul-15 564'0 -29'2 593'0 563'2
Dec-15 600'4 -27'4 627'0 598'4
ELEC. HRS WHEAT[10] Jul-15 609'6 -12'4 619'0 609'6
Dec-15 626'2 -25'2 651'0 624'4
LIVE CATTLE[10] Aug-15 151.000 2.925 151.075 148.200
Oct-15 151.250 0.550 153.700 151.100
FEEDER CATTLE[10] Aug-15 215.000 0.275 218.500 215.000
Sep-15 --- --- --- ---
MILK CLASS III[10] Jul-15 16.11s 0.20 --- ---
Sep-15 16.61s 0.16 --- ---
ELEC. COTTON # 2[10] Jul-15 67.01 -0.50 67.01 67.01
Oct-15 67.47 -1.44 68.60 67.25
Wed, Jul 1, 2015 11:45 AM CDT    *Quotes are in market time.
Delay is indicated in brackets.
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DTN Midday Grain Comments All Grains Lower at Midday 15 minutes ago
Trade is lower at midday with wheat being the downside leader.
Rain Wednesday in Areas of Midwest 7/1 6:06AM
The southern Midwest will see the heaviest rain for the Midwest, while lesser amounts are expected in northwestern areas. The Southeast will also see light coverage. Dry elsewhere.
Crop Tech Corner Community Weed Control Pays Off; Scientists Search for Flood-Tolerant Beans 6/19 9:26AM
In this week's Crop Tech Corner, a community of Arkansas farmers have successfully banded together to slow the spread of herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth, researchers are testing more flood-tolerant soybean varieties, and scientists confirm that high heat hinders the effectiveness of HPPD-inhibitor herbicides.
Fungus Among Us Wet Weather Spurs Disease
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Market News Cattle Trades Go High Tech 6/29 10:26AM
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Ask the Vet Minerals to Cows
Land Management
Rain, Rain, Go Away Corn, Soybeans Face Wet Soils, Ponding 6/22 12:07PM
Waterlogged and flooded fields in much of the Midwest are putting corn and soybean fields at risk for plant death, poor crop development and disease this year.
Crops Swim in Texas South Texas Farmers Face Uncertainty After Record Rains
Farming With Friendlies Production Practices Can Promote Insect Allies in Battle Against Weeds, Pests
WOTUS Fine Print Ag Group Wants Congressional Action to Stop Water Rule
Farm Business
"Total Market Isn't Dead" Used Farm Machinery Grows to Glut 6/15 8:07AM
Used equipment inventories are escalating.
Labor Pains - 1 Help on the Fringes
Ag Interest Rate Snapshot
Shock Therapy for Finances Lenders Urge a Reset on 2016 Costs
UAS Research Takes Off Lawmakers Pledge Support for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research Centers 6/8 10:46AM
Key members of the House and Senate last week praised the Federal Aviation Administration for selecting a consortium of mostly land-grant universities to research unmanned aircraft systems issues.
Midyear Checkup on Equipment Sales
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Danger After the Storm
Ag Policy
Trade Bills Heading to President Ag Groups Largely See Opportunity From Pending Trade Deals 6/25 1:01PM
Pork, beef, corn, soybean, wheat, fruit and vegetable groups are all among those praising the final vote sending trade promotion authority to the president.
A Rice Carbon Offset Market California Regulators Could Recognize Emission Reductions From Rice Farmers
States Sue Over WOTUS Lawsuits Filed After EPA Publishes Final Rule on Clean Water Act Changes
Ethanol Leaders Rally for RFS Industry Calls on EPA Not to Lower Blending Volumes From Levels Set in Law
Farm Life
Evolution of Farm Kid Jobs Kid's Farm Jobs Aren't What They Used to Be 6/29 11:03AM
DTN Staff Reporter Russ Quinn reflects on the farm activities of his youth that his children will never experience.
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Featured Column
Todd's Take Corn is Looking Up 6/30 8:09AM
It was a long wait, but corn prices are moving higher again.
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Ask the Vet Minerals to Cows 6/29 10:50AM
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