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JANUARY 2017
FEATURES
Global economic factors
Matthew Pot
2015-2016 market review
Blair Andrews
Marketing wheat
Stephen Kell
Ontario corn into 2017
Phillip Shaw
Barley intensification
Jeff Robinson with Amy Petherick
Chairing corn seed production quality
Amy Petherick
Be compaction aware!
Ian McDonald
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Where do management zones make sense?
Joey Sabljic
Online influence
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An agriculture ambassador
Brianne Curtis
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From the CEO's desk
Business side: Negotiating on the farm
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
Market side: Futures trading basics
LESSON 24: TRIANGLE FORMATIONS
GFO Newsletter for January 2017
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Cropside: OCC trials
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
WEB SPECIAL
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Global economic factors
WHAT'S AFFECTING YOUR BOTTOM LINE?
Matthew Pot

THE RAPIDLY CHANGING peaks and valleys of commodity markets can be difficult to navigate at the best of times. Throw global economic factors (or macro markets) into the mix and analyzing grain markets can appear downright daunting.Before making
Chairing corn seed production quality
SEED CORN GROWERS in southwestern Ontario produce some of the best quality seed in the world and the reasons why are clearly exemplified by Jeff Wilson.PHOTO: JEFF AND JENNIFER WILSON.Wilson is the current chair of the Seed Corn Growers
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Be compaction aware!
SOIL COMPACTION SEEMS to be a fact of life in most farming operations. We all seem to have it at different extremes at different points in time. While compaction is most often associated with a physical force exerted on or in the soil, there is a
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