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Soybean picture complex after USDA report

US corn ending stocks were estimated at 2.127 billion bushels, a decline of 225 million bushels. Corn exports increased 175 million bushels with corn used for ethanol was up 50 million bushels. Last month corn ending stocks were 2.352 billion bushels. Corn usage was up more than expected. US soybean …

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Will March move markets?

March is a huge month for USDA reports. Today’s March 8 monthly Supply and Demand Report expectations suggest corn exports could increase even more. Last month USDA pegged U.S. corn exports at 2.050 billion bushels, an increase of 125 million bushels. Conversely, private estimates suggest U.S. exports could drop even …

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The road to zero harm

The Andersons has always held employee safety as our number one priority. As a business, we exist to serve our customers — but the goal is to give them safe and excellent service. Our recent safety journey has been very fruitful, with a 50% reduction in employee injuries for each …

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An Ohio 4-H Celebration

Ohio 4-H is focused on two celebrations this month: the birthday of a legend and some of the outstanding 4-H volunteers and members that contribute to the success of Ohio 4-H. Happy 150th Birthday, A.B. Graham! Albert Belmont Graham, known as the founder of 4-H, was born March 13, 1868 …

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Had your auxin training yet?

With the growing now of dicamba resistant soybeans and the products to spray on them, we need a plan to avoid the problems we saw with drift and volatility in some areas last year. That means everyone who uses a dicamba product on soybeans must be a Licensed Pesticide Applicator …

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Why is it important to have a marketing strategy?

Many are trying to estimate the expected bean production in Argentina, the third largest bean producing country. Prices could still range from below $9 to above $12 depending on weather and production issues during the next month. As planting season approaches, corn slowly trends higher. Generally farmers aren’t selling at …

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