Feed Mill Production Operator - 2nd shift (Noon - 8 p.m.) Perform daily feed mill operations - mixing and bagging feed, loading trucks, some delivery. CDL required. Benefits provided after 90 days. New position. Contact Feed Division Manager Rod Torgerson, 507-450-0498. Click to download a CDL application form. Feed Truck Driver - Houston Responsibilities include delivering bulk feed from our Houston feed mill and assisting with feed production at the mill. CDL required. Benefits provided after 90 days. New position. Contact Feed Division Manager Rod Torgerson, 507-450-0498. Click to download a CDL application form. Seasonal Grain Help - Rushford & Spring Grove Run grain dryer and oversee operations during harvest. Seasonal, night shift (approximately 10 p.m.-7 a.m.) Inquire at Rushford, 507-864-7733, and Spring Grove, 507-498-5321. Click to download an application form. Grain & Commodities Truck Driver - Rushford CDL Class A driver for local hauling of grain and commodities. Call Rushford, 507-864-7733. Click to download a CDL application form.
Rushford grain facilities are accessible and ready for your grain.
You have probably experienced or heard about the Rushford Highway 43 detour and are wondering how it will impact grain receiving during harvest. The Hwy 43 detour through Rushford's residential area is now open to farmers hauling grain. Click here for details.Click here for a detour map.
LADIES NIGHT OUT Friday • October 24 • 5:30-8 p.m. at the Town & Country Store and Nordic Lanes in Rushford. A FREE fun-filled evening of shopping, Wine tasting, special deals and prizes. A variety of vendors will be on hand.
Free DP corn contractthrough October 31. No service fee. DP Contract with a FLOOR:move grain today, have until October 31 to price it knowing you have a guaranteed minimum.If you don't want to sell it by the 31st, you can roll it into a monthly service fee storage contract. Call Grain Division Manager Greg Boldt, 507-864-7733.
2014 Beef Mineral & Tub Booking Program - Save money all season by booking your Wind and Rain bagged minerals and tubs and RangeLand protein tubs. Sign up by October 31. Pick up products by March 15, 2015. Want to know more about the products? Contact Beef Specialist Paul Bartsch, 507-259-1220, or Alesha Sveen, 507-259-4110.
Meet your new agronomist:Mike Peters joined the FCE agronomy team in September and will be based out of Houston. Some of you may remember Mike from Caledonia where he worked for 4 1/2 years before moving to the Wabasha area for 6 years. We're happy to have Mike back at FCE and know you'll enjoy working with him.
Creep feeding is an important strategy for better pastures, healthier cows and an increased rate of gain on your calves. It maximizes muscle and bone growth in young calves while preventing early fat deposition. Growers should consider creep feed for their calves to: • Reduce stress on grass • Reduce stress on cows • Add weight without adding fat Contact Beef Production Specialist Paul Bartsh, 507-259-1220, if you would like more information.
New 225,000 bushel soybean bin in Spring Grove will significantly speed up receiving this fall. Picture at left was taken on August 26.
The World Trade Organization publicly released its latest ruling on
the U.S. Country of Origin Labeling law and rule by USDA. The global trade
panel found that changes made to COOL in 2013 by USDA actually made livestock
trade between the U.S., Canada and Mexico more difficult.
See DTN Ag News. BWTO Rules Against US COOL...
Readers ask if they can offset futures losses against cattle income,
roll hedges forward tax-free and trade a ranch for an REIT.
See DTN Ag News. BAsk the Taxman by Andy Biebl...
USDA's weekly crop progress and condition ratings are neutral for
corn, soybean and wheat markets, according to DTN Analyst Todd Hultman.
See . FUSDA Weekly Crop Progress ...
Wheat scientists and breeders at the World Food Prize Borlaug
Dialogue on Friday pushed for more research programs for the crop and stressed
that genetic engineering will be needed to grow more wheat in the future. One
of the final panel discussions in the weeklong symposium tackled wheat
production and rust diseases that plague the crop globally.
See DTN Ag News. BAdvocating for Biotech Wheat...
Another week of hot, dry weather means Brazilian soybean planting has
fallen further behind schedule.
See DTN Ag News. BBrazil Soy 10% Planted...
Rain showers continued in the eastern portion of the Midwest Monday afternoon. Otherwise, conditions were dry in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the mid-40s in the northern Great Lakes to the upper 80s in southern Texas. » More DTN Weather Commentary
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