Like something out of movie, last Monday’s experience for a North Carolina dairy farmer was about as frightening as it gets. His account of the incident is almost unbelievable, as he had to narrowly escape death up to three times without help all within a few miles of his home, then fight through the pain recovering in the hospital.
Class III and Cheese futures shrugged off another lower GDT auction (down 5.9% overall) and probed to the upside yesterday. Class IV futures took a hit yesterday, courtesy of a sharply lower NFDM trade.
The impact of weakening nonfat dry milk prices showed up in federal and California order minimum milk prices for June. Also, global food prices fell to their lowest level since September 2009, with dairy helping lead the decline.
University of Missouri Extension agricultural systems management specialist Willard Downs and Missouri AgrAbility Project director Karen Funkenbusch offer the following tips for farmers and ranchers with arthritis:
It was just an ordinary press release, issued by one of the most sophisticated banking businesses in the world. The headline was a shocker: The 2015 Rabobank BBQ Index Reviews Commodities Fueling U.S. BBQ Prices.