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Local Forecast for 58270

Tuesday
High: 78°F
Low: 62°F
Precip: 0%
Wednesday
High: 81°F
Low: 62°F
Precip: 49%
Thursday
High: 75°F
Low: 61°F
Precip: 30%
Friday
High: 79°F
Low: 58°F
Precip: 29%
Saturday
High: 85°F
Low: 64°F
Precip: 47%
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Last Change
Jul '22 903'6 -37'2
Sep '22 890'0 -58'0
Dec '22 906'6 -55'4
Mar '23 921'0 -55'0
May '23 930'0 -55'4
Jul '23 935'0 -55'6
Sep '23 913'6 -54'6
Last Change
Jul '22 736'0 -18'4
Sep '22 592'2 -27'4
Dec '22 578'4 -29'0
Mar '23 585'0 -28'6
May '23 589'2 -28'4
Jul '23 589'0 -27'4
Sep '23 562'2 -25'4
Last Change
Jul '22 1575'2 -50'6
Aug '22 1439'2 -70'4
Sep '22 1337'0 -79'6
Nov '22 1316'0 -79'2
Jan '23 1322'0 -78'6
Mar '23 1320'0 -76'2
May '23 1321'6 -74'2
Last Change
Jul '22 793'6 -37'4
Sep '22 807'0 -39'0
Dec '22 824'0 -38'4
Mar '23 839'2 -36'2
May '23 847'6 -35'4
Jul '23 838'2 -36'6
Sep '23 832'2 -38'0
Last Change
Aug '22 132.925 -1.675
Oct '22 138.475 -1.500
Dec '22 144.050 -1.725
Feb '23 148.850 -1.875
Apr '23 152.250 -1.650
Jun '23 147.275 -1.450
Aug '23 146.825 -1.450
Last Change
Aug '22 172.700 -1.800
Sep '22 176.100 -1.550
Oct '22 178.975 -1.475
Nov '22 181.100 -1.400
Jan '23 181.400 -1.525
Mar '23 182.750 -1.250
Apr '23 184.300 -1.600

Important Events

News

RRFN News

Resurvey Happening in ND, MN, SD

USDA plans to resurvey crop acres in Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota. Planting was still underway when the June[more]

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Pioneer Agronomy Update

Knee-high corn on the 4th of July will be a reality for many growers this year. In the latest Pioneer[more]

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Poultry Shows Back on the Schedule

The Minnesota Board of Animal Health has released its temporary poultry exhibition ban. The ban was put in place in[more]

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DTN News

Straight-Line Winds Damage Crops, Bins

When straight-line winds of up to 115 mph and large hail hit east-central Nebraska on June 14, it left a path of shredded crops, overturned irrigation equipment and damaged bins. Now, as they assess and clean up the damage, farmers plan how to continue the rest of their crop season.

Fertilizer Study Sheds Light on Higher Prices

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced in February 2022 his office would look into historically high fertilizer prices as agricultural groups asked for this request. In wanting to learn more, Miller asked Iowa State University to study the issue. The report from ISU was released this week.

Cash Market Moves

Rail and port workers are in the midst of contact negotiations, and failure to come to an agreement could be a disaster for West Coast ports and railroads.

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Good News For Ag

 

Four Things North Dakota Farmers Wouldn’t Trade For Anything

Here are four aspects of agriculture in North Dakota that make it unique. Ask any farmer, and they will tell you that they wouldn’t trade them for anything.

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