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There is plenty at stake for each one of us in the Kansas primary election Aug. 2. Elected officials responsible for helping determine our future, that of our children and our agricultural industry will be chosen that day.

NCTA gains high marks for national review

The United States Department of Education evaluates the effectiveness of colleges and universities by sending teams of experts to campuses to study the schools and determine if they are performing according to best management practices.

Three Soybean Traits Receive Long-Awaited EU Approval

According to representatives from the United States Soybean Export Council (USSEC), three biotech soybean traits have been approved by the European Union for import and processing. Xtend, Vistive Old and Balance GT.

Cattle on Feed up 1 Percent in U.S. KS up 6, NE down 4

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 10.4 million head on July 1, 2016. The inventory was 1 percent above July 1, 2015.

Nebraska Agriculture Leaders Unite to Address Property Taxes, Other Key Ag Issues

In an effort to strengthen the climate for agriculture in Nebraska, leaders of Nebraskas agriculture organizations, representing tens of thousands of Nebraskas farmers, ranchers, and livestock feeders, have united to identify and focus on the key issues

National Wheat Foundation Celebrates Legacy and Building

Thirty-eight years ago, National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) President Glenn Moore was nearing the end of his tenure when he realized that the way to ensure NAWGs continuing influence as a commodity organization in Washington, D.C. was to purchas

Working Capital is Disappearing

It seems just about every farm management topic/article/presentation is talking about working capital these days. Weve heard experts talk about Cash is King for years but why is it really important?

A 'Fitbit' for plants?

Plant breeders test their experiments by growing the seeds of their labor. They cross two different plants that have desirable traits. They sow the resulting seeds and evaluate the results, hoping to find a candidate variety that is better than anything c

Vilsack on the short list to run with Hillary

Several recent media reports said USDA Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is among a handful of candidates being considered as a potential nominee for Vice President and running mate for Hillary Clinton on the Democratic ticket.

Ennrollment Open for Dairy Producers to Enroll to Protect Milk Production Margins

The Farm Service Agency has announced that dairy producers can enroll for 2017 coverage in the Margin Protection Program for Dairy (MPP-Dairy). Enrollment opened on July 1 and ends Sept. 30th. Poll

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Contract Month Change Open High Low Last Updated
Corn (P) Sep 2016 -0-2 0-0 334-6 334-6 334-6s 07/25/16
Corn (P) Dec 2016 -0-4 0-0 341-2 341-2 341-2s 07/25/16
Soybeans (P) Aug 2016 -22-6 0-0 983-6 983-6 983-6s 07/25/16
Soybeans (P) Sep 2016 -22-0 0-0 976-6 976-6 976-6s 07/25/16
Wheat (P) Sep 2016 +3-6 0-0 429-0 429-0 429-0s 07/25/16
Wheat (P) Dec 2016 +6-0 0-0 456-2 456-2 456-2s 07/25/16
Live Cattle Aug 2016 +0.275 113.150 113.425 112.450 113.225 10:48
Feeder Cattle Sep 2016 +0.625 141.000 141.650 139.775 140.950 10:48
Lean Hogs Aug 2016 -0.750 75.725 75.800 74.750 74.925 10:48

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