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Weather pressured trade 5|27|23 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup
Weather is leading the charge on this grain market, with too much in some areas & begging for it in others. On this week's Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup we hear from Darin Fessler with Lakefront Futures & Alan Brugler with Brugler Marketing & Management. Changing weather patterns as summer approaches put a wait...
Legacy of 150-year Nebraska family farm defies inheritance norms | 2023 Fridays in the Field | Ep. 3
For 150 years, the Batie family has defied the traditional norms of farm inheritance. "We don't do the traditional 'oldest son gets the farm,'" said Don Batie. "Our motto has always been whoever wants to farm is the one who should be farming." This philosophy has shaped the Batie family farm for over a century...
Cash is King 5|25|23 Cattle Call
The cattle market has seen some strong cash in the north. On this week's Cattle Call, Brad Kooima with Kooima Kooima Varilek talks about this movement, price movement between negotiations, the smaller show lists and recent weakness in corn.
Will wheat acres become beans 5|20|23 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup
Lack of rain in some areas of Kansas has growers looking for other crop options including soybeans. On this week's Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup we hear from Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics & Darren Frye with Water Street Advisors. It goes beyond the weather talk as the week was tough on the...
Sioux County farmer prepares to plant pinto beans at end of May | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 3
Glenn Miller stays busy on his operation, raising cattle, corn, dry edible beans, alfalfa, and winter wheat. Miller, who farms in Sioux County in Nebraska, shares how he balances his time among those commodities. He said he'll plant pinto beans in a few weeks and, thanks to recent rains, be able to irrigate his alfalfa...