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Editors' Notebook

Reader Notes on Top Ag Stories of Last Year

Contract Month Last Chg High Low
ELEC. CORN[10] Mar-15 383'4 -3'2 388'2 382'2
Dec-15 413'4 -3'6 418'6 412'4
ELEC. SOYBEANS[10] Mar-15 975'6 3'0 978'0 967'0
Nov-15 961'2 1'4 964'2 954'2
ELEC. WHEAT[10] Mar-15 524'2 -5'6 534'6 523'4
Dec-15 551'2 -4'4 558'0 550'6
ELEC. HRW WHEAT[10] Mar-15 556'4 -7'4 567'4 556'0
Dec-15 593'6 -4'2 598'6 591'2
ELEC. HRS WHEAT[10] Mar-15 571'4 -4'4 580'0 571'4
Dec-15 604'6 -3'2 609'6 603'4
LIVE CATTLE[10] Feb-15 149.050 -1.300 149.350 148.650
Apr-15 147.050 -1.750 148.725 146.950
FEEDER CATTLE[10] Jan-15 211.650 -2.050 212.000 211.650
Mar-15 196.500 -5.325 197.500 196.500
MILK CLASS III[10] Jan-15 16.08s 0.07 --- ---
Mar-15 14.64s 0.25 --- ---
ELEC. COTTON # 2[10] Mar-15 57.38 0.08 58.15 57.26
May-15 58.23 0.03 58.99 58.18
Mon, Jan 26, 2015 10:27 AM CST    *Quotes are in market time.
Delay is indicated in brackets.
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Markets
DTN Before The Bell Grain Comments Row Crops Lower, South America Mostly Favorable 1/26 8:12AM
March corn is down 2 3/4 cents, March soybeans are down 2 3/4 cents, and March Chicago wheat is up 1/2 cent.
Weather
Snow Monday Eastern, Northern Midwest 1/26 5:55AM
Snow in northern and eastern areas of the Midwest. Dry elsewhere for U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop areas.
Crops
Crop Tech Corner Researchers Cook Up Heat-Loving Wheat, Plant Gene Lowers Arsenic Levels 1/16 1:53PM
Researchers have developed GE wheat that yields far better under hot conditions, a wheat gene is tapped to rescue the dying American chestnut tree, and scientists identify the gene that helps plants naturally lower their arsenic levels.
The Cost of Insect Control Scrutinize Pest Management Inputs in 2015
Doubling Up on Beans Soybean-on-Soybean Acres Create Risk, Extra Management
U.S. Pest Invasion Old World Bollworm Breaches U.S. Territory
Livestock
Humane Livestock Handling on the Farm Temple Grandin: More Gains Needed in Treatment of Livestock 1/19 11:33AM
The American Farm Bureau Federation honored animal-handling expert Temple Grandin with a distinguished service award at its annual meeting.
California Feeders Try to Rebound Imperial Valley Faces Decline in Feeding Industry From 2014 Plant Closure
BQA Cattleman Time-Saver, Moneymaker
Ask The Vet Calf Loss Likely Due to Joint Ill
Land Management
Clean Water Goes a Long Way 1/5 12:51PM
Cleaning up 900 feet of a small creek in Kentucky brings rebirth to water once choked with sediment and debris.
Clean Water, Healthy Pastures
Give Your Pond New Life Fisheries Specialist Offers Tips to Good Pond Management
Finance Outlook Finances Grim After Failure to Economize
Farm Business
Fines for Fringe Benefits Beware Huge Penalties on Health Care Compensation 1/15 10:45AM
A little-noticed rule in the Affordable Care Act could impose huge penalties on small business. In most cases, if you have offered employees cash reimbursements instead of business-provided health care insurance, you must make changes retroactive to 2014 or face fines of $36,500 per employee per year.
Finance Outlook Finances Grim After Failure to Economize
Ag Interest Rate Snapshot
Farmland Outlook Land Values Head to a Soft Landing
Equipment
Kubota Steps Up 1/26 8:49AM
A new mid-range, high-horsepower M7 tractor moves this company into the row-crop arena.
Compaction Connection Low-Pressure Tires Are Path to Higher Yields
You Wish You Owned This
Compact Shop Works Big Every Square Foot of Oklahoma Farmer's Shop Packed With Valuable Ideas
Ag Policy
Beef Checkoff Effort Resumes Groups Asked to Support Plan to Put Checkoff Increase to a Vote 1/21 4:20PM
Members of the eight organizations comprising the Beef Checkoff Enhancement Working Group were sent a proposal last week in the latest effort to reach industry agreement on ways to increase beef checkoff revenues.
Conservation Funds Announced Vilsack: Measures Take Time to Work
Capital Gains Proposal Senators Want Farmer Protection
Ag Policy Outlook Regulatory Battles Remain the Same, But Trade Agenda Could Advance
Farm Life
Ag and Environment Outlook Ag Industry Keeps Eye on EPA Policies, ESA Reform, Pesticide Lawsuit 1/26 8:34AM
Agriculture continues to watch how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency implements the proposed Clean Water Act rule, but there are other issues that will attract attention, including Endangered Species Act reform, recently proposed National Ambient Air Quality standards, and a lawsuit that could make it more difficult for farmers across the country to use the chemicals they need.
Surgery on Plastics Soy Oil at Center of Cutting-Edge Research
Ag Policy Outlook Regulatory Battles Remain the Same, But Trade Agenda Could Advance
Humane Livestock Handling on the Farm Temple Grandin: More Gains Needed in Treatment of Livestock
Featured Column
Newsom on the Market Two Sides of a Coin 1/23 9:50AM
Wild moves in global currencies either came out of nowhere, or were largely anticipated, depending on one's point of view.
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Ask the Vet Calf Loss Likely Due to Joint Ill 1/19 11:54AM
What might have been wrong with a calf that died early with swollen joints?