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Bringing you the agriculture marketing information you need, daily! Hosted by farm broadcaster and media personality Jesse Allen; tune in as we talk with various marketing experts about the market trade and suggestions for marketing.
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Weekly sermons from Westlake United Methodist Church in Austin, TX.
The Nuts & Bolts of Real Estate Investing podcast is here to help you take your real estate game to the next level. *This applies to ANY real estate market* Julie & Joe have been in the real estate investing arena for over 20 years, through up markets and down markets, and they are passionate about sharing their story with you. The The Nuts & Bolts of Real Estate Investing is part of the Seattle Investors Club and is an actual real estate meet up, run by Julie & Joe, and this podcast is an a ...
Weekly messages from the Preach It, Teach It speaking team are provided for your spiritual enrichment and encouragement. If you are a pastor, these resources are a great source of inspiration for your own messages!
Erik Frankhouse Presents. A show about freelancing and the tabletop industry. Watch. Listen. Learn. Be a better gamer. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/efp/support
Each week our host Devin chats with creatives about the things they create to showcase their ideas, concepts, and products. Season 1 dives into Game Design, Tabletop RPGs, and supporting those spaces. The Bardic Babble Podcast is part of the Bard Podcast Network's Family of shows, be sure to check them all out over on www.thebardpodcast.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bardicbabble/support
An interview podcast about working in publishing. Flavia Marcocci interviews publishing professionals across a wide array of roles, in both junior and senior positions, from independent and corporate publishers, in academic and trade. They tell us about their career path, the latest trends in the book industry, and they give advice for job seekers and book recommendations for all of us book lovers. Publishing Insight also features figures who are extremely important for the success of a book ...
Talks from Melton Vineyard, a contemporary Christian church serving the borough of Melton.
Our aim is simple: we want to celebrate and share the music that moves us in body and soul. Showcasing exclusive DJ mixes from our past, upcoming party guests and Groovement Soul residents. Groovement Soul Residents: Keith Dalton, Ronan Considine, Carl Bauer, Declan Comiskey, Glenn Davis. Our monthly residency is on the last Sat of every month at The Grand Social in Dublin. Check the Groovement Soul radio on www.powerfm.org Fridays 7pm - 9pm. Peace!!
First serialized from January to August, 1845, Twenty Years After is the second book in The D’Artagnan Romances, and follows the gallant adventures of the musketeers, as they are once again summoned to alleviate the various threats that lurk in the political scene of France, as the country is threatened by a possible uprising. Enriched with exciting and well-developed characters, the novel adds more detail to its familiar characters, as the musketeers have matured and are portrayed in a more ...
We wrapped the final trading day of February with more pressure and correction in our markets. Grains, livestock and outside macro markets all took hits on the day but we did end the week higher on most grains. Kent Beadle with CHS Hedging joins us to discuss the trade as we wrap up another month in 2021.…
Grain markets saw a strong rebound on Tuesday amid South American weather issues and lower crop ratings for wheat. Livestock were mixed with live cattle up slightly with feeder cattle and lean hogs lower on the day. Brian Splitt with AgMarket.net joins us to discuss Tuesday's trade.By Jesse Allen
Welcome to Disciple Making, the podcast where we explore what it means to be a disciple who makes disciples, and how do it. In this initial episode, cohost Tim Beadle shares his story of moving into a disciple making lifestyle.By Tim Beadle and Daren Wride
If you’re earning RSU’s from your W2… You NEED to checkout what Justin Cambra is doing to build his real estate portfolio! Just is smart!
Grain markets were lower on Monday as we started a new month. Weaker than expected grain inspections and simply no fresh news in the marketplace seemed to be the main reasons for the lower close. Bryan Doherty with Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
We saw red across much of the grain and livestock sector on Thursday after a disappointing weekly export sales report as well as first notice day for March options. We break it all down with John Heinberg from Total Farm Marketing on today's show.By Jesse Allen
Grains were higher across the board as well as livestock on Wednesday. The soy complex led once again in grains with wheat higher and corn up slightly. Hogs once again went on a tear and took cattle with them. Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
The soy complex continued on a tear higher thanks to a very bullish world vegetable oil market. Corn was up fractionally while wheat was down slightly. Meantime, has the hog market topped out? Bill Biedermann with AgMarket.net joins us to talk about it.By Jesse Allen
Markets were strong on Monday with most all commodities and livestock moderately higher. Is South American weather issues the reason or is it something else? Bryan Doherty with Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss the trade.By Jesse Allen
Market Talk host Jesse Allen recaps the day's market trade and takes a full look at the USDA Outlook Forum numbers released over the last two days.By Jesse Allen
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We got the first batch of numbers from the USDA Ag Outlook Forum on Thursday; markets were fairly quiet to lower on the day with wheat the lone exception. What do these numbers mean and what more should we expect on Friday? Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics joins us to discuss all of it.By Jesse Allen
The markets were mostly lower on Wednesday although corn and soybeans did rally to unchanged late. What drove the market lower? Was it profit taking? John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing joins us to talk about it and share his thoughts.By Jesse Allen
Markets came back from a three day weekend and traded solidly higher on Tuesday. Good strength throughout all commodities and lean hogs while the cattle market finished mixed. Matt Bennett with AgMarket.net joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
Markets are closed for Presidents Day on Monday, so that allows us to catch up with an old friend! Former USDA Undersecretary in the Trump Administration and former Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey joins us today. We discuss his time at USDA, his thoughts on the new administration and how that will affect agriculture and much more.…
Grain markets wrapped the week quietly as we head into a three-day weekend. Livestock trade was strong in both cattle and hogs to close out the week. Today, we welcome Ted Seifried of Zaner Ag Hedge in Chicago to discuss the market trade at week's end.By Jesse Allen
Thursday saw a rebound in corn and soybean markets with a solid export sales and shipments report. Hogs continued their impressive strength as well. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing joins us to talk about the trade as we near a long holiday weekend.By Jesse Allen
Profit taking was the name of the game on Wednesday as long positions were liquidated in grain trade and we saw a hard selloff. All this comes after a rather disappointing WASDE report for February. However, hogs and feeder cattle were strong on the day. Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics joins us to talk about it.…
USDA surprised traders on Tuesday with a lower corn ending stocks number, but not as low as expected. We also saw a lower soybean ending stocks number with little changes elsewhere. By the end of the day, soybeans and soy products were the only commodities higher along with feeder cattle. Jim McCormick with AgMarket.net joins us to talk about the r…
Grain markets were bullishly higher on Monday, one day ahead of the USDA February WASDE report. It's anticipated that we will see a bullish report and grains reacted to that on Monday. Bryan Doherty with Total Farm Marketing by Stewart-Peterson joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
On today's show, Jesse Allen has our market recap and analysis heading into the weekend. Grains were mixed on the session with wheat leading higher; livestock trade was mixed with good strength in lean hogs again today. We also talk about potential tax law changes under the Biden Administration with Chad Hanson of Corporate Farmer. And, it's our Fe…
Grains were mixed today as we had a new marketing year high for corn export sales. Soybeans and bean oil were firm while wheat was under pressure again and corn was quiet. Livestock were solid with good export demand again. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss. Also, thank you to Feedspot for listing Market Talk at number 23 …
After starting lower, the grain trade found some bullish strength and turned higher on Wednesday. Livestock had a mixed day but hogs held their strength. Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics joins us to talk about today's trade and preview next week's WASDE report.By Jesse Allen
Grain markets were once again lower on Tuesday with more fund selling and technical correction. Livestock took advantage and traded higher with lean hogs testing key resistance. Brian Splitt with AgMarket.net joins us to talk about the trade today.By Jesse Allen
We have a new analyst joining us today on the show; Amberlee Bratcher is with Total Farm Marketing by Stewart-Peterson. She has some great thoughts on this market as we enter a new month. Corn and soybeans did rally late while wheat sagged. More details in today's episode.By Jesse Allen
On today's show we talk with a familiar face and voice in agriculture, Mike Pearson. Mike has spent years as host of programs such as Market to Market and now as a guest co-host on This Week in Agribusiness. Mike follows the markets extensively and we get his analysis of the market trade as we wrap up the month of January.…
2021! With it being new GM month I wanted to talk with one of the trio of Cypher Unlimited and how he designs new products for the Cypher Program with DrivethruRPG.com Now to get into the long form content where we talk about news, cypher unlimited, and of course design! If you have questions about this interview call into the show! MESSAGE button …
Thursday's trade started strong in grains but weak soybean exports and profit taking turned that market lower pulling corn and wheat futures with it. Livestock had a cautious and mixed tone on the day. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing joins us to talk about it.By Jesse Allen
After two days of a bullish recovery, grains closed quietly mixed on Wednesday's session. We saw more export sales to China but that didn't help the market much. What happened? Also, are cattle and hog prices leveling off again? Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics joins us to talk about the trade.…
Grains continued to rally on Tuesday, pretty much gaining back our losses from Friday in the grain trade. Live cattle and lean hogs continued decent strength while feeder cattle turned lower. Matt Bennett with AgMarket.net is our guest today to talk about it.By Jesse Allen
Well, after a huge drop in grain prices on Friday we've seen a turnaround on Monday. Soybeans and bean oil led the charge to the upside with corn and wheat higher as well. And, we saw a mixed to higher trade in livestock. Bryan Doherty with Total Farm Marketing joins us to talk about it.By Jesse Allen
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Well, the funds and speculators got spooked on Friday and we saw an aggressive selloff in the grain markets. Livestock enjoyed a strong rally amid the lower grain prices. Where do we go from here? Jim McCormick with AgMarket.net joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
Grain markets were kind of disappointing on Thursday after a higher start, we saw corn, soybeans and wheat pull back. However, strength and support continues in the cattle and hog markets. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing by Stewart-Peterson joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
We're continuing to watch a technical correction in the commodity markets on Wednesday; however we did close well above session lows in corn, soybeans and wheat. Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics joins us to discuss Wednesday's trade.By Jesse Allen
We saw a pretty big correction in the soy complex on Tuesday after our long holiday weekend. Corn was lower along with beans and wheat futures pushed lower as well after early strength. Mixed day in livestock markets as well. Bill Biedermann with AgMarket.net joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
A jam packed 50th episode for this Friday! First, we talk with ag economist David Widmar from Agricultural Economic Insights about the current market trends he is seeing after the release of the January USDA reports. Then, we discuss swine health and the release of the 2020 Progress Report with Dr. Paul Sundberg from the Swine Health Information Ce…
On this podcast we are going DEEP on BRRRR Financing Strategies with Nghi Le of Certain Lending. Get ready to feel like you’re drinking from a fire hose! We highly recommend consuming this podcast on YouTube to see Nghi’s slide deck that goes with his presentation.
Grains started their bullish run higher once again on Thursday. Strong export numbers and it appears China is still buying soybeans. Meantime, weakness throughout livestock today. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing by Stewart-Peterson joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
After a very bullish Tuesday in the grain trade, we saw a bit of a pause and pullback on Wednesday with the exception of front month corn futures. Also, feeder cattle started to find some support. Mike Zuzolo with Global Commodity Analytics joins us to discuss.By Jesse Allen
What an explosive day in the grain markets! USDA came in and surprisingly lowered corn production along with lowering soybean ending stocks and some adjustments to wheat ending stocks came into play and we saw limit higher moves in corn as well as impressive strength in soybeans and wheat on the day. Jim McCormick with AgMarket.net joins us to go o…
One day ahead of the USDA reports and the grain markets were quietly lower today. Bryan Doherty with Total Farm Marketing by Stewart-Peterson joins us to discuss Monday's trade and look at tomorrow's reports.By Jesse Allen
On today's show, our host Jesse Allen gives us a market recap for Friday's trade with soybeans and corn rebounding after a down day Thursday. Then, we are joined by Bernard Geschke of the Progressive Agriculture Foundation for our January Safety Message looking at the dangers of carbon monoxide and radon poisoning.…
In this podcast we get into how Jennifer Beadles and Joe Bauer have separately created a mobile lifestyle that allows them to live their dreams and still build successful businesses.
2021! With it being new GM month I wanted to talk about skills and dogpiling to help GMS out of that rut. Let's get into this bite-sized episode and remember to call in with your questions or stories, and I'll put you on the show using the MESSAGE button at https://anchor.fm/efp or through the Anchor app! CALL IN WITH YOUR FAVORITES FOR EACH CATEGO…