Catch the 60 second Market Reports from Brownfield everyday Monday thru Friday. The Opening Market Report is at 9:45am, the Midday Market Report is at 11:45am, and the Closing Market Report is at 3:45pm on Y1013 Y Country.

Brownfield Ag News News from America's largest agriculture radio network

  • Milk futures, cash dairy mostly higher
    by Nicole Heslip on October 6, 2022 at 8:45 pm

    Milk futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange closed mostly higher Thursday support by strong cash movement. October Class III milk unchanged at $22.11. November up a dime at $21.94. December a nickel higher at $21.34. January a penny higher at $20.80. February through April contracts unchanged to seven cents higher. Dry whey unchanged at $0.4225. Blocks up $0.0075 at $2.03. Three sales were made from $2.0175 to $2.03. Barrels up $0.0275 at $2.25. ...     

  • Michigan, Wisconsin & Maine get additional broadband funding
    by Nicole Heslip on October 6, 2022 at 8:41 pm

    The White House is announcing $435 million in broadband funding for three states to improve connectivity in rural communities. U.S. Senate Ag Committee Chair Debbie Stabenow of Michigan says investments in broadband infrastructure are part of a broader vision for the future. “It’s about opportunity, whether you’re operating your business or your farm, or your school, or your hospital, or your mental health agency, whatever it is that you’re doing, high-speed internet is not some frill,” she says. ...     

  • Werth says silage harvest finished early
    by Nicole Heslip on October 6, 2022 at 8:37 pm

    Recent dry weather helped to wrap up silage harvest for one northern Michigan farmer. Corby Werth tells Brownfield it’s been a beautiful fall for fieldwork. “I would say we are ahead of schedule, the weather has been very favorable,” he says. Worth says planting more corn silage acres this year has been beneficial with varied moisture throughout the season. “Our yields are decent, they’re not above average,” he shares.  ...     

  • Cattle futures lower heading into Friday
    by Kellan Heavican on October 6, 2022 at 8:25 pm

    At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle futures were mostly lower and feeders were down with a bearish set of weekly export numbers, watching direct business develop. December live was down $.05 at $147.87 and February was $.12 lower at $151.62. November feeders were $.90 lower at $176.42 and January was down $.22 at $177.85. There was light to moderate direct cash cattle trade on Thursday in the South. Bids were $144, $1 higher than both last week’s weighted average and Wednesday’s deals. ...     

Advertisement | Your Ad Here