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The Friday Fontanelle Final Bell with Brian Splitt of AgMarket.Net

5-22-20 Looking at the frustration of turning the corner on COVID & then a trade war starts picking up. White House puts out 16-page release in regards to China. Will we see counter measures? Is ... Read More

Fridays in the Field | Episode 1 with Matthew Hiebner of Henderson

We're back with another year of Fridays in the Field! Join Shalee Peters in south-central Nebraska for the first episode! Shalee will be following Matthew Hiebner of rural Henderson, Nebraska, this growing season. Hiebner joined the family farm fo... Read More

U.S. Ethanol Heading to China

According to three ethanol-industry sources and shipping data, a rare U.S. ethanol shipment will arrive in China very soon. Reuters says that may be the first ethanol shipment to hit China since the two countries struck a trade deal earlier this year... Read More

The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with Mike Zuzolo Global Commodity Analytics

Looking at export numbers released today, weather front moving in bring some much-needed moisture to the western corn belt.  Some trade friction with a return to demand.  Mike had a report he did looking at China. Is there some retaliation coming f... Read More

K-State to host virtual wheat field day May 27-28

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State University will host its first-ever live Virtual Wheat Field Day on the evenings of Wed., May 27 and Thurs., May 28. In a twist on the typical wheat field day that Kansas farmers often attend, K-State Research and ... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of FC Stone

Corn received the short end of the spreads. Wheat has had some dry weather issues.  The virtual wheat tour is under way in Kansas.  How will that effect the way the market trades?  Brazil has had some weather, is there a break headed their way in ... Read More

Motorists in North Platte now have increased access to cleaner burning fuel options

Motorists in North Platte now have even more opportunities to fuel their vehicles with higher blends of locally-produced ethanol at two Kwik Stop locations. Both stations (one located at 1421 South Dewey Street and the other at 101 Platte Oasis Parkw... Read More

COVID Support Series with Nebraska Corn & its effects on Ag

COVID-19 in one way or another has had an effect on all of us in agriculture.  With Nebraska Corn we brought together some of the leaders in the agriculture industry to talk about what they are doing for their members in light of the happenings in t... Read More

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Darin Fessler of Lakefront Futures

President Trump spoke to the farmers today.  How are his comments going to have an effect on the markets today & in the days to come?  Is the world starting to turn against China & will it help to straighten things out?  Politics involved ... Read More

The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sue Martin of Ag & Investment

Why was the Monday trade so quiet?  Is it the calm before the storm?  Dow was up, talk of China & trade once is making the news.  Is the bans on foreign trade circling back to COVID-19 & China.  Cooler temps will that have any effect on t... Read More

KAAPA Ethanol Crop Progress Report For The Week Of May 18

This week's crop progress numbers reported by NASS show planting for corn and soybeans quickly nearing the finish line in several states. Winter wheat quality stays almost unchanged week to week. Moisture levels changed slightly from last week. NA... Read More