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Agronomy
The adoption of advanced genetic selection tools such as Expected Progeny Difference has been one of the greatest success stories in improving productivity in the beef industry.
They don't call this fair the Great Jones County Fair for nothing.
Like it or not, for beef production to expand, the economics of the beef cow needs to have a threefold increase in net returns to compete with crop production.
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
It was a busy, busy day at the Delaware County Fair Dairy Show
River Valley Cooperative's summer interns had the opportunity to tour the Big River Resources, LLC ethanol plant in Galva, IL
As the spray season moves forward it’s important to continue to assess your sprayer and make sure you’re getting the best performance with the least amount of spray drift potential.


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Energy News
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
It was a busy, busy day at the Delaware County Fair Dairy Show
River Valley Cooperative's summer interns had the opportunity to tour the Big River Resources, LLC ethanol plant in Galva, IL
Our Sunbury, IA location is in the middle of a summer construction project
July is the perfect month for a River Valley Cooperative VIP Tour
4-H and FFA are important programs in developing our youth.


Feed news and promotions Feed
Feed News
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.
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
It was a busy, busy day at the Delaware County Fair Dairy Show
River Valley Cooperative's summer interns had the opportunity to tour the Big River Resources, LLC ethanol plant in Galva, IL
Our Sunbury, IA location is in the middle of a summer construction project
July is the perfect month for a River Valley Cooperative VIP Tour


Grain news and promotions Grain
Grain News
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
It was a busy, busy day at the Delaware County Fair Dairy Show
River Valley Cooperative's summer interns had the opportunity to tour the Big River Resources, LLC ethanol plant in Galva, IL
Our Sunbury, IA location is in the middle of a summer construction project
July is the perfect month for a River Valley Cooperative VIP Tour
4-H and FFA are important programs in developing our youth.


Grain Notes
Grain Notes: 7/21/2014
Strong export inspections for corn were not enough to support corn prices again today. Ideal weather conditions and prospects of a large crop continue to outweigh any bullish fundamental news for the market. Export inspections were strong at 37 million bushels loaded out last week which makes sense given the recent strong basis levels along the river. Export inspections need to average 47 million bushels per week to meet USDA's year end export projection. River conditions are improving along the Mid Mississippi and Upper Mississippi which may allow a better flow of corn to the river and pressure basis levels.


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