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Farmers in the region arenâ€™t planting as much wheat as in years past, but those who did enjoyed â€śa good harvestâ€ť this month with strong yields and no plant disease, reports Ed Lentz, agriculture/natural resources educator for Ohio State University Extension.
USDA reports combined old and new crop corn, soybean, and soybean meal export sales for the week ending July 17 were larger than expected, while soybean oil and wheat were within pre-report estimates. Shipments of soybeans and wheat were more than whatâ€™s needed weekly to meet USDA projections for their respective marketing years, but corn fell short of its mark.
Governor John R. Kasich and Ohio Department of Agriculture Director David T. Daniels announced the winners for the 2014 â€śAgriculture is Coolâ€ť visual arts contest.
The summer weather has succeeded in slowing the devastating spread of PED virus, but it has not been stopped.
As some of the biggest U.S. agribusiness firms report earnings this week, analysts will weigh prospects for another massive U.S. corn crop and a likely record haul of soybeans, thanks to benevolent weather this summer, with plenty of rain and moderate temperatures setting up the best growing conditions in years.