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MCG is currently accepting Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat .
MCG has Free Delayed Pricing on Wheat, Corn and Soybeans. Call Kevin or Jim and let us know how many bushels you plan to bring in. DP bushels needs to be priced by July 31st.
Delayed Pricing: Wheat: Free DP. Price by July 31st.
Corn: Free DP, Priced by July 31st. Soybeans: Free DP, Priced by July 31st.
Call Kevin or Jim to confirm.
Markit County Grain, LLC will not accept grains, oilseeds or wheat containing transgenic events not approved for U.S export markets; such markets to include Canada, China, South Korea, the European Union, Japan and Mexico.
Insurance accounted for about 26% of corn income last season, far
above normal, an AgriSolutions study finds.
See DTN Ag News. 1^DTN Ag Business Benchmark...
Repeating a provision they introduced last year, senators backed a
plan that would lower the premium subsidy for farmers making more than $750,000
adjusted gross income. The vote was 59-33 despite opposition from leaders on
the Senate Agriculture Committee. The farm bill debate is now on hiatus until
the Senate returns June. 3.
See DTN Ag News. BSen. Backs Insurance AGI Cap...
Opponents of COOL on Thursday criticized USDA and the new labeling
requirements. Those criticisms were loudest from U.S. meatpackers, feeders and
Canadians. The new rule would prohibit packers and retailers from co-mingling
meat coming from animals born or raised in different countries.
See . FCritics Lament New COOL Rule...
While ballot initiatives and state legislators continue pushing
labels on foods that include ingredients from biotech crops, an amendment to
the farm bill by Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to ensure states have the freedom
to require such labels, received just 27 votes on Thursday with 71 senators
rejecting such state-created food labels.
See DTN Ag News. BSenate Rejects Biotech Labels...
Recent Grain Belt land surveys and appraisals show mixed results for
farmland values. Most studies show appreciation slowing or even slightly
negative in late 2012 and early 2013.
See DTN Ag News. BToo Good to Last?...