This week we highlight planting progress in the U.S. as well as the short-term weather trends. We focus on South America where corn is pollinating in Brazil and the soybean harvest is wrapping up. Also, the weather in Argentina is leading to some unknowns as harvest progresses.

 

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Season 4 Episode 4 of RealAgriculture's Edible Bean School, brought to you by Hensall Co-op, is now available. It won’t be long before the soil is fit and planters roll into edible bean fields. Watch video here.

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Hensall Co-op is pleased to announce that applications are now open for our 2024 Bright Futures Scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide post-secondary scholarships to students who have shown a career interest in agriculture or a field or trade that will advance rural communities and economies.

 

Three scholarships of $2,500 each will be awarded to students who are children or grandchildren of individuals who were:

  • A member of Hensall Co-op as of March 1, 2024
  • An employee of Hensall Co-op as of March 1, 2024
  • Individuals who had a controlling interest in an entity that was a member as of March 1, 2024.

 

Full details and application are available here:

 

Bright Futures  

 

 

To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must complete an application and submit it to Hensall Co-op (marketing@hdc.on.ca) by August 1, 2024.

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Season 4 Episode 3 of RealAgriculture's Edible Bean School, brought to you by Hensall Co-op, is now available. There’s no better place to conduct practical agronomic research than in the real world, under the same conditions, using the same equipment and management practices. Watch video here.

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This week we highlight early planting trends in the U.S. and the weather forecast. We focus on Brazil, as they're approaching a critical growth stage for new crop corn and their soybean harvest is coming to a close. We wrap things up with a long-term review of November Soybean and December Corn futures.

 

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This week we have another Market Update for corn and soybeans.

 

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The Ontario Corn Committee (OCC), the Ontario Cereal Crops Committee (OCCC), the Ontario Pulse Crop Committee (OPCC), and the Ontario Soybean and Canola Committee (OSACC) today launch a new website: GoCrops.ca. The new site brings together four previous websites, www.gocorn.net, www.gocereals.ca, www.gobeans.ca, and www.gosoy.ca under one cohesive banner. Details here.

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Season 4 Episode 2 of RealAgriculture's Edible Bean School, brought to you by Hensall Co-op, is now available. Edible bean breeders have a lot of boxes to check when developing new varieties. Watch video here.

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This week we highlight weather trends in South America and focus on production, crop progress, harvest, and export trends in Argentina and Brazil. We wrap things up with a long-term review of November Soybean and December Corn futures.

 

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Do you know a not-for-profit community-based initiative you think would benefit from a $10,000 grant from Hensall Co-op? We are introducing another year of our Strong Communities Initiative and are calling for applications for our 2024 program.

 

The key criteria are as follows:

  • Application must be received from Canadian Community-based not for profit organizations in the Hensall Co-op trading area that support the broader rural community

  • Funding of a project that will have a long term impact on the community (i.e, not for normal operations)

  • Project has a clear and measurable benefit to the rural community

  • The project fills a strong need in the rural community; not for the benefit of a single individual

  • The organization has demonstrated that they can sustain the initiative to the end of the project

  • Priority will be given to organizations that have not received a large scale sponsorship/donation from Hensall Co-op in the past 5 years

  • Our employees have identified that Community Health and Healthy living are important to them, therefore, we will give priority to projects in the area of Health and Healthy living

  • The organization must also be registered with the Canada Revenue Agency as a charity, have a bank account in its own name and have been operating for over 12 months

More details related to eligibility criteria are outlined in the application form which is available here:

 

Strong Communities

 

 The deadline for applications is May 31, 2024.

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