NOTICE TO ANYONE MAKING DELIVERIES TO THE HWY 69 MILL
Due to increased biosecurity measures we're taking at the Highway 69 Feed Mill, all loads, including grain hoppers, wagons and ingredient trucks will need to be tarped. If you are making grain deliveries to the 69 Mill, call Brad before delivery at 515-532-2881 ext. 15. Thank You.
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To access grain settlements, tickets and grain year end information click the GRAIN button below. If you'd like to see your monthly statement, invoices or business year end information, click the STATEMENT button below. Questions? call Tully at 515-532-2881 ext. 23
*Something to keep in mind* NUTRIENT REMOVAL THOUGHTS
Nutrient removal is higher when crop yields are higher. Corn removes 0.32 lb./acre of phosphorus and 0.22 lb./acre of potassium per bushel. Soybeans remove 0.72 lb./acre of phosphorus and 1.2 lb./acre of potassium per bushel. A 225 bu./acre corn crop pulls 72 lb./acre of P and 50 lb./acre of K. A 70 bu./acre soybean yield removes 50 lb. of P and 84 lb./acre of K. Keep these removal rates in mind when ordering dry fertilizer this fall.
Light rain was noted in portions of the Southern Plains northeast to the Ohio Valley Friday afternoon. Other primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from the low 50s in northern Minnesota to the low 90s in northeastern Texas and northern Louisiana. » More DTN Weather Commentary