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Expensive corn to keep feed barley prices high

Some feed grain prices are falling due to increased supplies, but barley is holding up very well, analyst said. “It’s hard to be too negative on barley when corn prices are as high as they are,” said Bruce Burnett, analyst at MarketsFarm. The December corn futures contract was trading at …

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The true cost of the energy crisis remains to be seen

Consumers around the world have already started to feel the effects of the global natural gas crisis and soaring prices in Europe and Asia. European households pay much higher gas and electricity prices, while nearly half of American consumers brace for a 30% jump in winter energy bills as they …

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Minneapolis wheat tops $ 10 for first time since 2012

Martinson, speaking to Rook at this week’s Agweek Market Wrap, sponsored by Gateway Building Systems, said a combination of factors came into play, including good demand for milling-grade wheat, a tight supply mill-grade wheat, with China facing planting issues, a forecast for dry conditions in the southern plains and prospects …

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Discretion is the best part of value

By Dr Parakrama Waidyanatha Courtesy of Island In his novel published in 1891, tiled The light that failed ”, Rudyard Kipling wrote the phrase “bite the bullet” to express the idea that courage can be acquired by “biting a bullet”! As it stands, should the President and the government continue …

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Culinary Notes: Apple Season Delights Bakers

The favorite apple of New Jersey bakers is available at farmer’s markets. Like most local apples, the crisp and tangy Stayman Winesap, which adds so much flavor to baked goods and cider, is having a good year in the Garden State. Over 30 varieties of apples are grown in New …

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