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The Friday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sue Martin of Ag & Investment

China-Phase One Deal.  Details are pretty quiet.  Cattle was the market that took this all in as there has been a lot of people that have been short.  Holiday trade is in place.  Beans rallied but... Read More

VIDEO: Markets React to Possible China Trade Deal - Trading Bits and Bytes with Jeff Peterson

Commodity markets are stronger overnight on the news that the U.S. and China are close to at least a partial trade agreement. President Donald Trump said in Twitter a deal was “very close,” but the Chinese spokeswoman gave no confirmation of t... Read More

Video Spotlight Reports - 2019 Nebraska Power Farming Show

The 13th Annual Nebraska Power Farming Show – the second largest indoor farm show in the United States – will showcase nearly 2,268 booths spanning 9.2 acres in the Lancaster Event Center! This pure ag show will feature the best ag has to offe... Read More

The Sunrise Report - LIVE from the Nebraska Power Farming Show

Good morning from the Lancaster Event Center, the home of the Nebraska Power Farming Show! Bryce Doeschot and Chad Moyer are here to get you ready for the 2nd largest indoor ag show in the U.S. Grab a cup of coffee and join the two for this mor... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of INTL FC Stone

Lower grains in the trade.  Big trade factors today include the FEDS Statement, Brexit & China tariff deadline.  What will happen between now & Sunday with China & how will the markets continue to watch.  Brazilian weather for the mos... Read More

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics

USMCA.  Higher grain numbers…did the Chinese numbers get faded out?  WASDE report.   Chinese production numbers corn & wheat were higher.  Final USDA Crop Progress report for 2019. Dollar traded lower.  Livestock…USDA cut in exports for... Read More

USDA Leaves Corn and Soybean Production, Supply and Demand Unchanged

OMAHA (DTN) -- USDA still projects corn production at 13.66 billion bushels (bb) and soybean production at 3.55 bb. The agency also left yields untouched, with the average corn yield pegged at 167 bushels per acre (bpa) and soybeans at 46.9 bpa. Tho... Read More

Petersen Sends Letter to EPA Criticizing RFS Proposal

A letter by House Agriculture Chairman Collin Peterson criticizing the Environmental Protection Agency suggests EPA's proposal to "fix" the Renewable Fuel Standard undermines the program. Peterson sent a letter to EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler ... Read More

The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sam Hudson of Cornbelt Marketing

USMCA Chatter.  Spitting of weather across the Midwest.  Soybeans sharply higher-funds are short.  Trade deal talks of last week makes some worried that a deal with China might not be done.  Extended crop reports…crop report out tomorrow-can we... Read More

The Final Crop Progress Report

The USDA and NASS announced that the December 9th Crop Progress report would be the final crop report of 2019. The reports will start again in April 2020. The final report shows that the nation has just 8% of the corn crop left to harvest. Kansas ... Read More

Five Nebraskan Students Take State in Conservation Poster Contest

LINCOLN, Nebraska – Earthworms, tree roots and rabbit burrows were artfully crafted by young Nebraskans throughout the year turning blank paper into award-winning posters. Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts recognize students from Kindergar... Read More