Renewable Farming

Month: November 2020

Dry weather in Brazil could extend enthusiasm in corn, bean markets

Thanksgiving is meant to commemorate the first European settlers’ surviving the harsh winters in this brave new world, with help from a number of local inhabitants. Like them, we have to be thankful for surviving another year. We just hope we never have another year like it. November 27, 2020 By Bob Streit, crop consultant The …

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My Most Memorable Thanksgiving: November 1952

November 26, 2020 By Jerry Carlson — Mom opened the oven door on the golden-bronze turkey, and the captivating aroma weaved from the kitchen into into our living room. Uncle Frank, Uncle Ralph, Uncle Clifford and my Dad Glenn stopped talking cattle prices and began arranging chairs around the extended dining room table.  That very special Thanksgiving …

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In an era of gigabyte-speed science, reliable information remains hard to find

TV viewers who watched President Trump’s rally Friday at Rochester, MN on CNN, NBC or similar networks saw only the 250-person group which Minnesota Governor Tim Walz “allowed” to enter the airport grounds. However, thousands of cheering people infiltrated the rally beyond the barriers. I know this from a reliable source: Our daughter Stephanie, an experienced ag writer, and …

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