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Agronomy
Not a kernel of corn left! RVC’s DeWitt grain storage facility has been completely cleaned out and ready for the 2016 harvest.
Planting cover crops could help preserve healthy soil in fields that have been left empty this year because of flooding.
A lot of people are wondering if enough nitrogen remains in the soil to supply the corn crop due to the heavy amounts of rain.
It was a banner day at the Henry County Fair Bucket Calf Show in Cambridge, IL
Now is the time to make a decision regarding white mold fungicide applications.
Second and third instar corn rootworm larvae were observed June 23 in research plots located north of Urbana, Illinois.
If you have fields infested with the soybean cyst nematode (SCN), it is very likely that you are growing SCN-resistant soybean varieties to manage the pest.
Some parts of the country have recently experienced heavy rains. Producers in these areas may have concerns about nitrogen loss in corn fields.


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Energy News
Not a kernel of corn left! RVC’s DeWitt grain storage facility has been completely cleaned out and ready for the 2016 harvest.
It was a banner day at the Henry County Fair Bucket Calf Show in Cambridge, IL
River Valley Cooperative member-owners, customers, employees and their families are invited to join us for one of our Family Fun Nights at the Ballpark.
Safety is the number one priority at River Valley Coop and we couldn't be more pleased to share our passion for safety with the youth in our communities that we serve.
Corn consumption for ethanol and co-product production is driven almost entirely by ethanol demand, not by co-product demand.
Cows produce about 90 glasses of milk per day, or enough to quench the thirst of 30 children with three glasses of milk daily. During a cow’s lifetime, that’s 200,000 glasses of milk.
Current oil and gas energy production and supplies are much greater than 2003 forecasts.
In Langdon and Carrington trials, energy beets produce more sugar than corn.


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Feed News
Not a kernel of corn left! RVC’s DeWitt grain storage facility has been completely cleaned out and ready for the 2016 harvest.
It was a banner day at the Henry County Fair Bucket Calf Show in Cambridge, IL
Choosing a date for the hay harvest depends on many factors.
River Valley Cooperative member-owners, customers, employees and their families are invited to join us for one of our Family Fun Nights at the Ballpark.
Safety is the number one priority at River Valley Coop and we couldn't be more pleased to share our passion for safety with the youth in our communities that we serve.
Cover crops have been promoted in recent years to improve soil health. Ruminant livestock producers have opportunities to utilize cover crops as high quality feed.
Be on the lookout for parasites this year.
The Food and Drug Administration released the final rule of the Veterinary Feed Directive on June 2.


Grain news and promotions Grain
Grain News
Not a kernel of corn left! RVC’s DeWitt grain storage facility has been completely cleaned out and ready for the 2016 harvest.
Torrential rains and resulting flooding have destroyed as much as 5 percent of Indiana's corn and soybean crops and potentially have caused about $300 million in crop damage since the beginning of June.
It was a banner day at the Henry County Fair Bucket Calf Show in Cambridge, IL
River Valley Cooperative member-owners, customers, employees and their families are invited to join us for one of our Family Fun Nights at the Ballpark.
Safety is the number one priority at River Valley Coop and we couldn't be more pleased to share our passion for safety with the youth in our communities that we serve.
Corn consumption for ethanol and co-product production is driven almost entirely by ethanol demand, not by co-product demand.
Cows produce about 90 glasses of milk per day, or enough to quench the thirst of 30 children with three glasses of milk daily. During a cow’s lifetime, that’s 200,000 glasses of milk.
Frequent rains in May have pushed Missouri corn planting back to five-year lows statewide.


Grain Notes
Grain Notes: 6/30/2015
Good Morning. The day has arrived for the extremely important June 30th Report. At 11am, USDA will release its June 1 quarterly stocks data and planted acreage figures. Overnight, corn and soybeans traded mixed.


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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.