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The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with PJ Conradt of Tredas

6-4-20 Higher grains wrap up a Thursday trade. Ethanol margins continue to stabilize while warmer drier weather is starting to factor into the trade. Export sales for the week considered "ok" and the... Read More

NMPF Applauds Bipartisan Growing Climate Solutions Act

ARLINGTON, VA – The National Milk Producers Federation, the largest U.S. dairy group, today applauded the bipartisan Growing Climate Solutions Act introduced in the U.S. Senate, calling it an important step toward reducing agricultural carbon emis... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary Closing Market Recap Thursday 6-4 As we come to the end of another week the markets have had a much more optimistic feel. Data has been mixed this week. Overall much of the rhetoric seems to be centering around the civil unrest that h... Read More

Pilgrim’s Pride CEO among indicted for chicken price fixing

The CEO of Pilgrim’s Pride is one of four current and former chicken company executives who have been indicted on charges of price-fixing. The Justice Department says a federal grand jury in Colorado found that executives from Colorado-based Pil... Read More

Nutrition Coalition Urges Delay, Review of Dietary Guidelines

The Nutrition Coalition alleges there is a serious threat to the integrity and trustworthiness of the nation's federal nutrition policy. The coalition Wednesday released allegations made by one or more members of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Co... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of FC Stone

Markets are trying to push positive.  Data is starting to show the economy is bouncing back.  More gas purchases.  A rebound started in the month of May.  Dollar is going down, selling treasuring.  All supporting the commodities.  NASDAQ is wit... Read More


06-03-20 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 289 Beans - 786 Humphrey Corn - 288 Beans - 791 Laurel Corn - 293 Beans - 786 Monroe Corn - 292 Beans - 794 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 294 Beans - 793 Royal Hub Corn - 293 Beans - 786 Wakefield Corn - 282 ... Read More

Nebraska agriculture groups to host virtual Nebraska Pork Expo in July

The Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska (AFAN), along with the Nebraska Department of Agriculture and the Nebraska Pork Producers Association, will be hosting a virtual Nebraska Pork Expo on Wednesday, July 8th.  The virtual progra... Read More

Brazil meatpackers now struggling with Coronavirus

Brazil, the world’s biggest beef and chicken exporter and the fourth-largest pork exporter, is now struggling with coronavirus in its meatpacking industry. Over 25% of the confirmed coronavirus cases in Brazil’s state of Rio Grande do Sul are ... Read More

Ag economy barometer shows slight improvement in May

After a sharp drop in March and April, farmer sentiment in May improved slightly. The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer rose to 103, seven points higher than April. However, the index remained almost 40 points below its all-time hig... Read More

Voichoskie joins Rural Radio Network broadcast team

Wilcox, Nebraska, native Alex Voichoskie has officially joined the Rural Radio Network broadcast team following her graduation from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Voichoskie, a familiar face and voice to many listeners and viewers, first ... Read More