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Monday, March 02, 2015

Ag Question: Where do you go for online agriculture information?

If it is on the internet, then it is real, the truth, the law. Right? Just Google it! The answer is there.

I am curious where you go for your grain marketing advice online and do you go to those sites everyday? Agriculture web sites are more coveted, factual, and local.

The most up-to-date site is the CME Group. Quotes are delayed by 10 minutes, but you can view all commodities on this site. Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, New York Mercantile Exchange, and Commodity Exchange are all rolled into this web site, including news, charts, history.

U.S. Department of Agriculture  features may agency topics and reports. It features employee services, drought, climate solutions, farm bill, food safety,  housing assistance, trade, and travel and recreation.

 Agri-Talk is a great website to go for daily news updates from a very popular farm broadcaster, Mike Adams. I met Mike when I was a farm broadcaster with WDZ in Decatur. Mike was working in Jacksonville, IL.   He has live streams on his web site daily.

AgWeb is a website from Farm Journal company.  I go to this web site every day for market information. News, Markets, Weather, Crops, Machinery news is all streamlined on this web site.

Agriculture.com is another streamlined web site, with lots of information, backed by the Successful Farming company. 

These are the top five web sites I use on a daily basis.  Please share with me the sites you use!

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