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"Business as Usual" For Farm Despite Worldwide Coronavirus Pandemic

Michigan is under a stay-at-home order in an effort to fight the coronavirus. However, farm work must go on and it is business as usual for many operations.

Your weekly market analysis from the experts at Doane.
Corn Market Stabilizing with Improved Export Demand

Here is your weekly grain and livestock market outlook and review for Nov. 25 from the economic experts at Doane Advisory Services.

Flory: Plenty of Planting Challenges, But Not a Weather Market Yet

Will extended spring flooding impact the markets?

“Battleground” In Beef Could Lead To Volatile Trade

Chip Nellinger of Blue Reef Agri-Marketing talks beef with AgDay host Clinton Griffiths.

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AgriTalk After The Bell: New Dining Trends Good News for Beef

Wednesday on AgriTalk ATBl, Don Close from Rabo AgriFinance talked with host Chip Flory about the demand side of the cattle and beef markets. He explained new trends in U.S. dining are helping to support beef demand.

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AgriTalk ATB: Market Structure Keeping Cattle Marketings Current

Tuesday on AgriTalk ATB, Scott Varilek from Kooima & Kaemingk Commodities in Sioux Center, Iowa, told host Chip Flory that the structure of the cattle market is providing plenty of incentive to keep marketings current.

Cattle Futures Pointing To Too Much Supply, Lower Prices

Joe Vaclavik, president of Standard Grain, talks to Tyne Morgan about the cattle markets.

“Dicey” Cattle Price Pressure Could Come in June

Strong prices are being reflected in strong cattle demand, and to Chip Nellinger of Blue Reef Agri-Marketing, the feedlots have the upper hand, while the packers are short bought.