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Todd Gleason
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New Fertility Products for the Hog Industry
Martin Gleason poses with sow and litter (circa 1944). Farmers raising pigs around the planet are always looking for ways to improve the productivity of their breeding herds. They have long used artificial insemination to increase fertility and improve gene...

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Assessing Argentina Soybean Yield Risks
by Todd Hubbs We recently began a series of articles to evaluate the history of corn and soybean yields and deviations from trend yield in Brazil and Argentina. The objective of the yield analysis is to provide a basis for forming expectations about the lik...

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USDA January Reports | an interview with Todd Hubbs
University of Illinois commodity grains analysts Todd Hubbs discusses the January 12th USDA reports including Crop Production, Grain Stocks, and WASDE.

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New FarmDoc Tool Assesses Performance of Crop Insurance
by Gary Schnitkey original source FarmDocDaily A new “Product Performance” section has been added to the 2017 Crop Insurance Decision Tool. By using this section, users can examine per acre premiums and payments from alternative crop insurance products from...

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Revenue Protection (RP) Use on Corn in the Midwest
by Gary Schnitkey Revenue Protection (RP) is the most used crop insurance plan for corn. Over time, RP use has grown to over 90% of corn acres insured in many counties in the corn belt (farmdoc daily, December 13, 2016 ). As illustrated by maps in this arti...

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US Corn Ethanol Market | an interview with Carl Zulauf
Ethanol was a factor in both the price run-up that began in 2006 and the price run-down that began in 2013. Tepid growth replaced explosive growth. The question for the future is, “What is ethanol’s organic growth rate (growth without government policy stim...
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