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October 2010

Market Signals

Missouri agriculture business specialist David Reinbott discusses supply and demand, technicals and a marketing plan. In the Sept. 10, 2010 USDA supply and demand report, old crop and new crop ending stocks were lowered from the August report. The 2009-10 ending stocks were cut 40 million bushels to 1.386 billion bushels and the 2010-11 ending stocks were cut 196 million ... Read More »

New Products & Equipment

Check out herbicides, seed treatments and a new corn head New Corn Heads Boost Harvest Capacity Frontier Equipment offers two wide-row corn heads, the CH2208 eight-row (pictured at right) and the CH2112 twelve-row with new design features to increase harvest capacity in the field. “The CH2208 and CH2112 offer wide-row capabilities in 36-inch and 38-inch spacing,” says Tom Elliott, manager, ... Read More »

Editor’s Note: Southern Corn – We’ve Come A Long Way

By Carroll Smith Editor Usually, in the last two weeks of December, it’s inevitable that commentators will dedicate at least one segment of their television or radio shows to discuss some of the highlights of the year that’s about to draw to a close. Just for fun, and in no particular order, let’s take a quick look back at a ... Read More »

Corn Hybrids Outstanding Lineup For 2011

This section reflects a partial listing of corn hybrids suited for the Southern growing region. For additional offerings, contact your local seed representative. AgVenture Midsouth RL9858HB (121 RM) • Deep South genetics designed to withstand Southern heat stress • Dual purpose, Southern developed genetics with Herculex I trait • Performance results have been outstanding • Huge ear size potential with ... Read More »