Market Journal Looks at Soybean Trade Issues, Soil Properties, and Farm Employees

Market Journal Looks at Soybean Trade Issues, Soil Properties, and Farm Employees September 21, 2018

On this week's Market Journal Frayne Olson, North Dakota State University Extension ag economist, discusses trade and storage issues for soybean as well as the current crop report. View this segment.

Other segments this week:

Alfalfa Rotation

Nebraska Extension Forage Specialist Bruce Anderson explains why alfalfa is an important crop for the state as well as how it can benefit your crop rotation.

Soil Properties

Charles Shapiro, former Nebraska Extension soil specialist, talks about the physical and chemical properties of soil. Shapiro also explains the Soil Texture Triangle.

Investing in Employees

Leslie McCuiston, senior account manager for Pharmgate Animal Health, discusses the importance of investing in your operation's employees.

Weather Forecast

Al Dutcher, Nebraska Extension agricultural climatologist, gives his forecast for the coming week.