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Cattle futures lower at midweek

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle were lower, watching the development of direct business.  August live cattle closed $1.32 lower at $134.92 and October live cattle closed $1.22 lower at $141.07.  August feeder cattle closed $2.15 lower at $173.15 and... Read More.

Baby Boom at Brownfield

May was an exciting month for the Brownfield Ag News family! One fourth of the broadcast team had babies! Ian, Rhiannon and Kimber Grace Kimber Grace Stroud, daughter of Rhiannon (Branch) and Ian Stroud, Farina, Illinois arrived May 12, 1:18 p.m., weighing in at 7lbs... Read More.

Iowa corn planting at 94%, soybeans 85%

Corn planting is winding down in Iowa. The latest USDA crop report says at 94 percent, the pace is in line with the five-year average. Emergence is slightly behind normal at 73 percent, and the first condition rating of the season puts 86 percent of the... Read More.

Your Checkoff at Work

In this edition of Missouri Corn Talk, Clint Stephens, Chairman of Missouri Corn Merchandising Council explains how the council stewards corn checkoff dollars, investing in projects and programs to help increase profitability of corn production in the state. ...

Four Hutch PD Officers Receive Awards at Valor Banquet

Field Training Officer Ross Alison, Sergeant Matthew Rucker, Sergeant Cole Long, Field Training Officer Trevor Boudreaux with the Hutchinson Police Department pose after receiving awards at the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police Valor Banquet on May 25, 2022.MANHATTAN - Four officers with Hutchinson... Read More.