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A K-State meat scientist discusses the implications for the proposed rule at the retail level, and also how it could affect beef producers, packers and consumers.
RVC's precision agronomy team is spending a few days in St. Louis this week
A perfect weather day for the Mississippi Valley Dairy Show
Thanks to everyone who took time out of their busy summer schedules
We are gearing up for our busy fall harvest season
Farm drainage has been increasing land productivity since its introduction during the colonial times in the United States. However, there is concern today more than ever about proper management to protect surface water quality.
With corn pollination underway, and in some cases near completion, many agronomists and farmers are now beginning to think about what corn yields will be.
Again this year, the bulls will be turned out on Aug. 1, with the expected start of the 2015 calving season set at May 10.


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RVC's precision agronomy team is spending a few days in St. Louis this week
A perfect weather day for the Mississippi Valley Dairy Show
Thanks to everyone who took time out of their busy summer schedules
We are gearing up for our busy fall harvest season
What an amazing time it was at the Clinton County Bucket Calf Show this year.
They don't call this fair the Great Jones County Fair for nothing.
Over 50 kids participated in the 4-H and open bottle bucket calf shows at this year's Cedar County Fair.
RVC summer agronomy interns Andrew Sauer, Logan Lafrenz, and Kirsten Backes assisted Kaci Keitzer, RVC communications/precision agronomy intern at the bucket calf show


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Researchers at the University of Illinois are evaluating new low-fat DDGS products for use in swine diets.
RVC's precision agronomy team is spending a few days in St. Louis this week
A perfect weather day for the Mississippi Valley Dairy Show
Thanks to everyone who took time out of their busy summer schedules
We are gearing up for our busy fall harvest season
What an amazing time it was at the Clinton County Bucket Calf Show this year.
If you are considering planting a cover crop after grain harvest, consider whether the planting might also serve as fall forage for livestock.
They don't call this fair the Great Jones County Fair for nothing.


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RVC's precision agronomy team is spending a few days in St. Louis this week
A perfect weather day for the Mississippi Valley Dairy Show
For corn producers, the question at harvest time will be who will store the portion of the crop which has not yet been sold.
Thanks to everyone who took time out of their busy summer schedules
We are gearing up for our busy fall harvest season
What an amazing time it was at the Clinton County Bucket Calf Show this year.
They don't call this fair the Great Jones County Fair for nothing.
Over 50 kids participated in the 4-H and open bottle bucket calf shows at this year's Cedar County Fair.


Grain Notes
Grain Notes: 7/31/2014
The weekly export sales report for corn totaled 1.267 million metric tons of which only 174,000 metric tons of it was old crop sales. This was about half as much as the market was expecting and pressured prices lower.


Cash Bids
Cash bids are subject to change without notice. Quotes are delayed a minimum of 10 minutes. Cash bids are an indication only and not real-time. For actual bids, and to sell grain, please contact your River Valley Coop location.