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Buhler Business Mingle to be Held at Mustard Seed April 11

By Brenna Eller BUHLER, Kan. — The Buhler Economic Development is hosting a networking event, a Buhler Business Mingle, at the Mustard Seed Thursday, April 11 from 6 - 7 p.m. The Mustard Seed is located at 214 N. Main, Buhler, KS.

Cattle futures lower, waiting on direct business

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle were lower, waiting for direct business to develop and Friday’s On Feed numbers. April live cattle closed $.25 lower at $187.80 and June lives closed $.22 lower at $184.77.  April feeder cattle closed $.15... Read More.

Cattle futures mixed waiting on direct business

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle were mixed ahead of widespread direct business and Friday’s On Feed numbers from the USDA. April live cattle closed $.52 lower at $188.05 and June lives closed $.40 lower at $185. April... Read More.

Winning cheese wins more business

Winning the title of world champion cheese is good for the bottom line.  Tim Omer from Emmi Roth Cheese knows that firsthand. He says, “We won the World Championship in 2016. We were the first company in, I think, close to three... Read More.

Farmers Union features farm bill tweaks in special orders of business

The National Farmers Union has approved six special orders of business, prioritizing fairness for farmers, dairy policy reform, cooperative business models and the farm bill. NFU President Rob Larew says the organization supports an increase in reference prices and tweaks to crop insurance in... Read More.

PDPW Business Conference offers farm management advice

Dairy producers are getting advice about their toughest management challenges. Cassandra Strupp says the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin members let her know what issues and topics they wanted to discuss at this year’s business conference. “Everything from your environmental topics, especially with... Read More.

More business develops in cash cattle country on Thursday

Chicago Mercantile Exchange live and feeder cattle futures were lower, watching direct business develop at steady prices on the live basis. April live was down $.77 at $185.35 and June was $.95 lower at $181.22. March feeders were $.60 lower at $249.00 and... Read More.

Cattle futures mixed ahead of direct business

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle were mixed, and feeders were higher waiting for direct business to develop. April live cattle closed $.80 lower at $185.92 and June live cattle closed $.45 lower at $183.52.  March feeders closed $1.67 higher at $248.82... Read More.