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Planning For Fall B20 and LP Usage

Here we are mid-August, and harvest is right around the corner. As those of us in Minnesota know, we are required to have 20% soy-methyl ester in our clear and dyed diesel fuel. This mandate is required in all retail and bulk gallons to end users. Chad Larson - Energy Sales Manager
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Dan Trullinger Scholarship Recipient 2018

Congratulations to Taylor Schultz, Precision Ag Intern - Summer 2018, on receiving the Dan Trullinger Scholarship. Taylor is entering her first year at South Dakota State University majoring in Agronomy. Ann Smith - Human Resource Generalist
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Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybeans

Sudden Death Syndrome is starting to appear in soybean fields in the area. Have you taken a look to see if your plants are affected? Matt Schoper - Agronomy Sales and Marketing Manager
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Grain Marketing Update - August 2018

Markets have been trying to recover after the USDA report showed a very bearish bean ending stock number and corn yield number. Since the report the markets have rebounded as of this writing with Dec 18 corn trading around $3.80 and Nov 18 beans trading around $9.00. This has been an encouraging recovery with some potentially favorably market-moving news being talked about with our trade relations. Ryan Brandts - Grain Marketing Manager
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Summer 2018 Interns

What a great group of interns this summer, it's hard to believe we're saying goodbye already. Best wishes in all of your future plans. Mandy Hunecke - Recruitment Specialist
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Grain Update - August 2018

After the USDA crop report last Friday we have taken any long-term rally out of the cards I believe until after harvest. If those numbers are correct, we are looking at a carry out in Beans at numbers we haven’t seen in decades. The report takes into consideration that the trade war with China will continue this marketing year and hopefully that will change. Jeff Spence - Vice President, Grain
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Energy Update

Fall was very busy for energy. We want to thank our Ag customers for working with our propane drivers and for being patient this past fall. With a very short harvest season our inventories dropped rapidly, but with the help of our suppliers and transporters, we had enough supply to service our customers. Bruce Lauver - Vice President, Energy
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