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What's Making News


Upside of Wet Spring Is Higher Prices

An historic wet spring causing major delays in planting and much lower yield projections could result in a ... Read entire story

Farmer Feels Dumped by Co-op

An Allegan County dairy farmer is locked out of the local milk market after his membership agreement with his ... Read entire story

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This Week's Farm Operations


Corn Planting Advances to 84%

Farmers were able to make planting progress during a dry window midweek. However, heavy rain events at the beginning ... Read entire story

Soggy Conditions Allow for Just 2 Days of Fieldwork

The unfavorable conditions that have challenged Michigan farmers maintained its lock on the state for another week ... Read entire story

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This Week's Market News


Lower Cow Herd Finally Making a Dent in Milk Price Forecast

The Agriculture Department lowered its 2019 milk production estimate for the seventh month in a row in the latest World ... Read entire story

Supply Issues Driving Corn Prices

Corn futures prices rallied about 90 cents per bushel since the beginning of May. The rally reflects ... Read entire story

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Weekly Columns


It's Still Dairy Month!

Even though the month is more than half over, it's still Dairy Month ... Read entire story

Welcome to Paradise, er, Paradox

There's an interesting paradox occurring in today's commodity and financial markets. Maybe you've noticed ... Read entire story

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