April 16, 2014

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Renewable Energy Recognized as Factor in Mitigating Climate Change

Over the weekend – an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a summary of its report for policymakers titled Climate Change 2014 – Mitigation of Climate Change – which is being released today. 25x’25 reports the summary says global emissions of greenhouse gases have risen to unprecedented levels – despite a growing number of policies […]


Could Corn Carryout Still Shrink?

When the corn planters roll in force across the Midwest this spring - their owners will be far more optimistic than just a few months ago. Late in December the market for corn looked to be truly tanking. However - demand for the grain has been strong - and it looks to stay strong enough to use up the better part of […]


Weekly Market Analysis with Miller Risk Management

Weekly Summary It was an active week this week with USDA reports, changing weather forecasts and a Chinese default on U.S. and South American soybeans.  In addition, outside markets saw steep declines in the financials with the U.S. dollar down sharply and the Dow Jones and Nasdaq seeing heavy losses.  The combination of events sent […]


Wheat Growers Board President Testifies On Slow Rail Service

The President of Wheat Growers Board of Directors testified before the Surface Transportation Board (STB) in Washington, D.C., on the growing crisis agriculture is facing over the lack of timely rail service to ship grain and bring in needed inputs for spring planting. Board President Hal Clemensen, who farms near Conde, South Dakota, testified that […]


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