Ag Talk Tuesdays - Shared screen with speaker view
Welcome to the August 4 session of Ag Talk Tuesday. The session will start at 11:00 AM. Following the crop updates, our Featured Topics today are: "Economics/cost of production/markets forecast" presented by Ben Eborn; and"Solid Dairy Manure and Manure Compost Nutrient Survey Results" presented by Lide Chen.
Way to go Sarah!
Albert T. AdjesiworAssistant Professor of Weed Science & Extension SpecialistKimberly Research & Extension Center3806 N 3600 E | Kimberly, ID 83341Office: 208-423-6616 | Cell: 208-490-3623Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
One does have to be careful reporting what dairy producers receive. Processors are quite ingenious with extra charges when $20 milk prices hit. Still dairies are making money in this state for the first time in 5 years.
Thanks for that clarification - the milk producers certainly needed a profit to make up for the drop this spring.
Ben, drop in March was for COVID. Was the quick bounce back up for flour used at home? Summer usually sees lower wheat prices.
Ben -the herbicide costs you show are they per Acre?
What will be the ramifications for grain markets if US politicians decide to the tear up China trade deal as retaliation for COVID?
Mario de Haro Marti
Lide, did you compared weed germination between compost and manure samples?
You beat me to it. I was wondering the same thing....thanks for asking
could have increased microbial activity impacted nutrients available to grains?
My experience on the farm is lodging more common with manure use than when only commercial fertilizer is used. Much the same that Juliet has seen.