May 13, 2014
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Planted Corn Acres Surpass Five-Year Average

USDA shows the U.S. corn crop is 59% planted, which has now surpassed the five-year average of 58% planted for May.  MORE>

Second-Guessing USDA's Corn Projections

Corn prices dropped following the release of the May 9 reports, but that price weakness may be premature. MORE>

Snag Soybean Prices Early

Coming off of Friday’s USDA reports, producers should also look at long calls on corn, experts tell the U.S. Farm Report Market Roundtable.  MORE>

May Hay is Okay

Cool season grass hay cut in the month of May can be of exceptional quality when harvested in the boot to early heading stage. MORE>

Non-Antibiotics a Case of Choice; What About Taste?

Food executives address the use of antibiotics and how it relates to a tasty eating experience for consumers. MORE>


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