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Crops

Livestock

A strong turnover rate at feedlots has helped hold up the beef market this year. (Progressive Farmer photo by Sam Wirzba)
Posted by Victoria G. Myers

Strong exports and domestic demand, along with an aggressive marketing pace at feedlots, should leave 2017 as a positive year for the cattle market.

Business & Inputs

Equipment & Tech

: The Kodiak 450 has user-friendly features that make is a work vehicle for the farm or ranch. (Photo courtesy of Yamaha)
Posted by Dan Miller

Last month John Deere introduced a new, more powerful display for use in many farm vehicles, only the 4640 will be marketed in a new way: There will be an equipment price plus an annual software subscription.

World & Policy

Farm Life

Zack Rendel of Miami, Oklahoma, (left) and Brent and Lisa Judisch of Cedar Falls, Iowa, are this year's featured DTN View From the Cab farmers. (Courtesy photo of Zack Rendel; DTN photo of Brent and Lisa Judisch by Pamela Smith)
Posted by Richard Oswald

View From the Cab farmers Brent and Lisa Judisch of Cedar Falls, Iowa, are moving their 2016 corn to town to make room for the new crop, but in Miami, Oklahoma, Zack Rendel has seen rain three times in the last week.

What DTN Is Watching

Markets

Grain and oilseed traders could watch another round of rain falling across parts of the western Corn Belt as they wait for the weekend. Financial traders will keep a close eye on possible selling in global equities.

Weather

Light rain is in store for the western Midwest and south-central Plains Friday. We'll also see a few showers in the eastern Midwest and the Delta. Other primary crop areas will be dry. Temperatures will be seasonally mild north and central and hot south. Forecast guidance has a promising setup for moderate to locally heavy rain in drier areas of the western Midwest during next week.

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