This week we discuss the weather and crop progress in South America. We also look at U.S. exports and review trends in December Corn and November Soybean futures.

 

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This week we discuss the weather and planting in Brazil and Argentina as these next two months are very important to their planting seasons. We also discuss U.S. Exports and trends in December Corn and November Soybean futures.

 

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This week we monitor and discuss the weather affecting planting and the crops in Argentina and Brazil. We also take an updated look at trends in Corn and Soybean futures.

 

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This week we highlight US harvest progress as well as the short-term weather forecast. We also switch gears a bit and focus on the weather and planting pace in South America. We wrap things up this week looking at US export sales.

 

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We continue to cover harvest progress and weather conditions this week. We also discuss U.S. Exports and long-term trends in December Corn and November Soybean futures.

 

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This week we take a look back at last week’s USDA supply demand report and some concerns about weakness in US export sales. We also take a look at the latest US crop progress and weather trends and wrap things up looking at long-term trends in December corn and November Soybean futures.

 

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At 11 am CDT the USDA released this month’s WASDE Report.

 

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This week we discuss the importance of protecting the gross revenue available from the 2022 corn and soybean crops. We continue to update crop ratings and crop progress from USDA, as well as the weather trends. We wrap things up with some ongoing concerns about U.S. export demand.

 

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The Board of Directors and staff are pleased to announce the recipients of the second annual Hensall Co-op Bright Futures Scholarship.

 

Speaking with Brad Chandler, CEO, Hensall Co-op: “We would like to congratulate the winners of the Bright Futures Scholarships. The youth have a passion for our rural communities and supporting our rural economies. The Bright Futures Scholarship allows us to directly impact and support the education of our members’ families.” Hensall Co-op is Proud to be Farmer Owned and proud to support education.

 

Jennifer Barclay from Lambton Shores is enrolled at Western University in the Bachelor of Medical Sciences program. With her education path Barclay says: “I hope to start a pediatric medical clinic in my community in order to bring higher quality care to rural communities.”

 

Attending University of Guelph (Ridgetown Campus) is Ericka Van Dongen, who is from Comber, ON. Working towards an Associate Diploma in Agriculture Van Dongen has future career goals of becoming an agronomist to “help farmers efficiently grow the best quality of crops using relevant knowledge and research.” She also wishes to “combine my interest in science, with my passion for agriculture.”

 

The third recipient is Shawna Terpstra from Huron East, ON, who is attending the University of Guelph for the Bachelor of Commerce (Food and Agricultural Business co-op) program. With her degree, Terpstra hopes “to become a finance manager working in agricultural finance and advisory.”

 

The Hensall Co-op Bright Futures Scholarship provides post-secondary scholarships to students who are entering their first year of post-secondary education and have shown a career interest in agriculture or a field or trade that will advance rural communities and economies. Up to three $2,500 scholarships are awarded to students who are children or grandchildren of individuals who were a member of Hensall Co-op or employee as of March 1 of the year of application.

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This week we discuss US crop condition ratings and crop maturity. We also take a look at the short term weather forecast as harvest gets underway, and wrap things up with a cautionary note on a slow pace to US export sales.

 

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