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Shooting Woes Hamper K-State in Loss to Nebraska, 62-46

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KStateSports.com) – Nebraska used a decisive 17-1 run midway through the second half to highlight a strong second-half performance, as the Cornhuskers snapped a 7-game losing streak to Kansas State with a 62-46 win on Sunday afternoon in front of 10,206 fans... Read More.

Soybeans higher as weather woes continue

Soybeans ended the day higher as concerns about the size and quality of the soybean crop linger.  Monday’s crop progress and condition report showed the good-to-excellent rating dropped 5 points to just 53%, the lowest mark since the 2012 crop.  There were significant... Read More.

Soybeans surge on Argentina weather woes

Soybeans were sharply higher on speculative and technical buying, along with the higher dollar, but still closing lower on the week. Just 8% of Argentina’s soybean crop is rated good to excellent with more hot, dry weather in the forecast. That also supported... Read More.

Lead times for equipment improving despite transportation woes

A global equipment manufacturer says lead times for new equipment have been cut in half with improvements in the supply chain. Daryl Theis, head of sales and marketing with CLAAS, tells Brownfield farmers could wait about a year for limited options. “We really can’t... Read More.

Hunt shares input woes

A Michigan grower says it’s a scary time to be a farmer with the dramatic rise in input costs. Bill Hunt tells Brownfield, “I’m just very fearful going into next year’s harvest if we don’t have opportunities to sell at levels that are profitable... Read More.

U.S. grain export woes continue

U.S. grain exports are continuing to struggle as the current marketing year nears its final month. Old crop U.S. corn sales most recently hit back-to-back marketing year lows while old crop soybean sales have reached marketing year lows three weeks in a row with... Read More.