Previous articleAg Groups Applaud Senate-Passed Immigration MeasureNext articleLivestock Groups Urge Repeal of RFS Gary Truitt SHARE Mike SilverAfter the market trades through the acreage numbers on the new crop and the stocks numbers on the old crop in the USDA reports to be released Friday morning, yield and crop condition will take center stage with most traders. Already this week, many analysts have been downplaying the importance of the acreage figures and have been focusing on current crop conditions and weather outlooks. After the Report, Then What? Facebook Twitter Silver told HAT that disparity is going to add volatility to the market as we move through crop development and pollination. Silver, along with other analysts contacted by HAT, believe this will begin to become a factor after the market reacts to Friday’s reports. Tom Fritz, with EFG Group, said, “On Monday traders will be saying ‘Okay, we know what the acreage is, what is the weather forecast.’” Jim Riley, with Riley Trading, says the trade is already discounting the planted acreage number from USDA since it will reflect conditions as of the first week of June. Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News After the Report, Then What? But things are not so good in Western Corn Belt states. Mike Silver, with Kokomo Grain, says the market has not picked up on that fact yet, “There is quite a contrast between crop conditions here in the Eastern Corn Belt and what farmers are facing in western states like Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, and the Dakotas.” Silver says the market has been looking at overall crop ratings and not digging deeper into the situation, “In my opinion, the market has not picked up on the differences between the east and the west.” After the Report, Then What? By Gary Truitt – Jun 27, 2013 SHARE While Eastern Corn Belt crops have some issues including flooding and loss of nitrogen, “For the most part, the corn looks to be in very good condition,” said Darren Goebel, DuPont Pioneer agronomist. His colleague Ryan Piel says pretty much the same thing about Eastern Corn Belt soybeans, “Where the soybeans are not flooded out, the crop is coming along nicely and beginning to move from the light green to the dark green color we like to see. I think it is going to be a good year for soybeans.”
Budget News, Criminal Justice Reform, Education, Schools That Teach, The Blog We know at least two big things about the criminal justice system in Pennsylvania:First, we’re spending way too much money on prisons that could be spent on roads, schools or programs for our seniors and most vulnerable.Second, too many young people are getting caught up in the system before they even get a chance and far too many are likely to return after leaving.There is a way to address these problems head on. But it starts in the pre-k classroom far away from any jail, courtroom or police station.There are two paths we can take: invest in early childhood education now, or start building more prisons.I support Governor Wolf’s historic investment – $60 million or a 30.5 percent increase – in early childhood education, which is included in his 2016-2017 budget proposal.This funding increase builds upon the $60 million investment in 2015-16 to enroll about 14,000 children in Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts and the Head Start Program.Studies show that children who participate in high-quality pre-kindergarten perform better in school, graduate at higher rates and earn more throughout their working lives. And in some studies, children without pre-k were 70 percent more likely to be arrest for a violent crime by age 18.A recent report by a non-partisan law enforcement-led group called ‘Fight Crime: Invest in Kids’ estimated that Governor Wolf’s $120 million state funding increase for early childhood education will also eventually lead to $350 million in Corrections and other cost savings for the Commonwealth every year.Currently, Pennsylvania spends more than $2 billion annually—about seven percent of the state budget—to house about 50,000 inmates. Yet, only 30 percent of Pennsylvania children in families earning up to three times the federal poverty level – or $72,750 for a family of four – are enrolled in high-quality pre-k programs.It is time to change this nonsensical reality in Pennsylvania — it is time to choose to invest in pre-k now, and spend less on prisons later. By: John E. Wetzel, Secretary of Corrections Read more posts about Governor Wolf’s 2016-17 budget.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf BLOG: Invest in Pre-K, Not Prisons February 26, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Rory McIlroy is welcomed to Ballyliffin Golf Club by club captain Colm McCarroll.GOLF stars could replace Star Wars as the main attraction in Inishowen – if one prestigious local club gets its way.Ballyliffin Golf Club has asked the European Tour to add it the rota of Irish Open courses – and wants to host the Irish Open in 2019.Officials from the club travelled to the K Club yesterday, host venue for this week’s Irish Open, to push their bid. And they may have a secret weapon – Rory McIlroy is a big fan of the Ballyliffin club, having visited loads of times and credits the course will helping him tackle links courses around the globe.Ballyliffin wants to host the Irish Open in 2019, just a few weeks before the British Open Championship at Royal Portrush.The Donegal course has already hosted European Challenge Tour and Senior Tour events.Ballyliffin has maintained close links with the European Tour in recent years and the club made no secret of the fact that it viewed events such as the Seniors Open as a dry-run for the main Irish Open. DONEGAL GOLF CLUB’S AMBITIOUS BID TO LAND IRISH OPEN was last modified: May 18th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallyliffinDonegal golfgolf clubIrish Open bid
This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on October 21, 2016. Certificate of Completion Available!The MFLN Military Caregiving concentration will provide a Certificate of Completion following this session.Interested in Joining the Webinar?To join this event, simply click on Empowering Caregivers and Families. The webinar is hosted by the Department of Defense APAN system, but is open to the public.If you cannot connect to the APAN site, an alternative viewing of this presentation will be running on YouTube Live. Mobile options for YouTube Live are available on all Apple and Android devices. VLE Session #3: Empowering Caregivers and FamiliesJoin the MFLN Military Caregiving team as we continue learning new skills and strategies for improved communication in times of crisis in the final session of our three-part Virtual Learning Event (VLE) beginning at 11:00 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, October 26. In session three of the VLE entitled, Empowering Caregivers and Families, we will provide an in-depth look at effective practices for communicating sensitive topics. Highlighting real-life challenges and solutions, case studies, practices from the field and a panel of professionals will be employed in addressing some of the most pressing communication issues military helping professionals face.The VLE is centered on the theme of Sensitive Topics in Caregiving: Tough Questions and Complex Answers. Our goal with this VLE is to address military family service providers’ tough questions with our expert presenters’ complex answers. If you missed VLE Session #1 (Interpersonal Relationships) or VLE Session #2 (Crisis Communication) it is still not too late to participate and receive continuing education credit or a certificate of completion.We hope you join us for the final session of the 2016 VLE, October 26th. To learn more about this VLE and previous sessions, click on 2016 MFLN Military Caregiving VLE.
Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram had the funniest of stories to narrate during Salaam Cricket 2018 and one such involved himself and former Pakistan wicketkeeper Moin Khan.Pakistan were playing against South Africa in a one-day international during their tour in 1998/99 and were chasing a score of 281.The visitors were struggling at 75 for 7 when Wasim joined Moin at the crease.Younis Khan yet to get promised dinner treat from Mohammed YousufBeing the new batsman at the crease, Wasim asked Moin how the ball was behaving and what he could expect from the South African bowlers to which the wicket-keeper had no answer.Salaam Cricket 2018: Gavaskar, Akram, Harbhajan leave audience in splitsHere is the conversation between the two:”It was in the Durban ODI against South Africa in 1998. I think we were 80 for 6 chasing over 300 (75 for 7 chasing 281). So I walked in with Moin Khan on strike. I asked Moin what’s happening to which he said he has no clue but the Proteas will give him a welcome bouncer for sure.Salaam Cricket 2018: When Akram once cracked a deal with Muralitharan”The very first ball I got a yorker and got hit on my toe. Later after getting out I abused Moin the whole way from the pitch to the dressing room,” Akram narrated in the final session of Salaam Cricket 2018.Akram was actually cleaned up by Pat Symcox for 27 which broke his partnership with Moin, who made 45. Pakistan were eventually bowled out for 228 and they lost the match by 52 runs.advertisementSalaam Cricket 2018: India-Pakistan series can make or break players, says YounisIndia Today brought together 11 legends of cricket on one platform at the mega cricket conclave on Monday.Sunil Gavaskar, Wasim Akram, Younis Khan, Misbah-ul-haq, Abdul Qadir, Harbhajan Singh, Mohammad Azharuddin, R Ashwin, Habibul Bashar, Muttiah Muralitharan and Madan Lal spoke about India-Pakistan cricketing ties, the upcoming Asia Cup 2018 match between the two arch-rivals and their favourites for the tournament.
Kolkata: The city and its adjoining areas on Sunday received scattered rainfall providing the much-needed relief to the people who had been under the heat spell for quite some time.The Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore on Sunday predicted more rainfall in South Bengal districts in the next 48 hours. There may be heavy showers in the coastal districts due to a low pressure trough formed over the Bay of Bengal. The districts of West Midnapore, East Midnapore, Jhargram, Purulia, South 24-Parganas may receive heavy rainfall in the next 48 hours. The city and adjoining districts like North 24-Parganas, Howrah and Hooghly will also receive light to moderate rainfall. The weather officials are apprehending that there may be considerable rainfall in the South Bengal districts at the beginning of the next month. It may be mentioned here that there has been a deficiency in rainfall in June and also in the current month so far. The city’s sky mostly remained cloudy on Sunday with some scattered rainfall in some parts. The weather office prediction says that there is no major rainfall alert in North Bengal for the next few days. The intensity of rainfall in North Bengal has reduced.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is remaining cautious over Dele Alli’s comeback ahead of Monday’s Premier League showdown with Manchester CityThe 22-year-old midfielder has returned to training after being sidelined with a recurring hamstring problem for the past month.Alli, who was also absent for England over the recent international break, is believed to be in contention to make his return to action at Wembley.It will be his first appearance since Spurs’ 2-2 draw against Watford on September 26.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…But, while feeling optimistic about Alli’s progress, Pochettino is reluctant to force him back into action before he is ready.“Yes I think it’s good news but we need to be careful. He started today with the group,” Pochettino told reporters on Football London.“Sure we hope he will be available for Monday but I’m not sure if we’re going to put him in the squad or not.”Injured defenders Jan Vertonghen and Danny Rose will likely remain on the sidelines for Spurs as they continue to recover from their hamstring and groin issues respectively.