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Why Rural Kentucky Needs to Vote

Why Rural Kentucky Needs to Vote

In communities across the country, children are taught from a young age about the importance of getting out on Election Day and voting. The right to vote is the cornerstone of any democracy and an important tool for making our voices heard in the political process.

Market Closes - April 13, 2020
April 13, 2020
Market Closes - April 13, 2020

CBOT futures closed mostly lower to steady. The entire soy complex led the market to the downside.  Cattle futures closed down the daily limit of $3.00 in Live Cattle and $4.50/cwt in Feeder Cattle. Except for the soon-to-expire April LH contract, lean hog futures closed sharply lower with May and June LH locking down the daily $3.75 limit. 

Across Kentucky - April 13, 2020
April 13, 2020
Across Kentucky - April 13, 2020

USDA Deputy Secretary Steve Censky discusses the importance of America’s food production system.

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Across Kentucky - April 10, 2020
April 10, 2020
Across Kentucky - April 10, 2020

Kentucky Farm Bureau Women’s Committee Chair Judy Hayden talks about the importance of women in agriculture.

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Market Closes - April 9, 2020
April 9, 2020
Market Closes - April 9, 2020

CBOT futures closed steady to strongly higher following today’s USDA WASDE Report. Live cattle closed lower beyond the April contract and feeder cattle futures finished mixed. Beyond the soon-to-expire April LH contract, lean hogs closed sharply lower in unusually narrow trading ranges.

Market Closes - April 8, 2020
April 8, 2020
Market Closes - April 8, 2020

CBOT futures closed mostly narrowly mixed ahead of tomorrow’s monthly supply-demand report.  Both live cattle and feeder cattle futures closed sharply higher, adding to Tuesday’s limit-up moves. Lean Hog futures closed moderately lower on weakness in the cash hog and pork markets. 

Across Kentucky - April 8, 2020
April 8, 2020
Across Kentucky - April 8, 2020

Farm Credit Mid-America President & CEO Bill Johnson talks about the farm economy in the wake of COVID-19.

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