Market Journal - July 14, 2017
Doug Simon, Tredas, analyzes the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s latest supply and demand estimates. Doug also discusses current crop conditions in Nebraska and across the Corn Belt.
Karla Jenkins, Nebraska Extension cow/calf and range management specialist, talks about developing a drought plan to manage cows and calves on pastures and ranges.
Hog Market Analysis
Lee Schulz, Iowa State Extension livestock economist, explains why hog prices continue to charge higher even though the USDA expects more pork production in 2017.
Charles Shapiro, Nebraska Extension soil scientist, describes how farmers can test their soils for certain characteristics.
Stonie Cooper, Nebraska State Climate Office meteorologist, gives a weather forecast for the coming week