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Tyne Morgan is doing what she calls her "dream job." She’s a Missouri girl who has generations of agriculture rooted in her blood. Born and raised in Lexington, Mo., FFA was a big part of her high school career. Her father is an agriculture teacher/FFA Advisory and was her biggest supporter/teacher. Through public speaking and various contest teams, she actually plunged into broadcast at the young age of 16. While in high school, she worked at KMZU radio providing the daily farm market updates, as well as local, state and national agriculture news. Although Tyne always knew she wanted to

Tyne Morgan is doing what she calls her "dream job." She’s a Missouri girl who has generations of agriculture rooted in her blood. Born and raised in Lexington, Mo., FFA was a big part of her high school career. Her father is an agriculture teacher/FFA Advisory and was her biggest supporter/teacher. Through public speaking and various contest teams, she actually plunged into broadcast at the young age of 16. While in high school, she worked at KMZU radio providing the daily farm market updates, as well as local, state and national agriculture news. Although Tyne always knew she wanted to

Articles By Tyne Morgan

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Apr 24, 2020

The Push to Process Local is a Positive for Some Pork Producers

As more packing plants shut down, and consumers fear a shortage of protein at their grocery store, COVID-19 is causing a rush for demand for locally raised beef and pork.

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Apr 24, 2020

As Oil Trades Below $0, Will Corn or Ethanol be Next?

While oil proved it's possible commodities can trade blow $0, it may not be probable. Analysts say the driving factor is demand.

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Apr 23, 2020

Macroeconomic Factors Cause Ethanol Market Downfall

COVID-19 and oil price war slam industry and threaten corn demand.

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Apr 20, 2020

Some Growers Plow Under Fields As Fruit, Vegetable Demand Disappears

From fresh produce being plowed under to unharvested crops sitting untouched in fields, fruit and vegetable growers are the latest agriculture sector facing fallout from COVID-19.

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Apr 20, 2020

As Planters Hit Midwest Fields, Window to Plant Could Be Short-Lived

Social media revealed planters rolling across the Midwest on Monday, however some weak storm systems could quickly push some farmers out of the fields.

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Apr 20, 2020

Crude Oil Hits Historic Lows, Trades Negative for First Time Ever

Crude oil futures continued to crumble Sunday night, falling to levels not seen in more than two decades. Prices fell nearly 60% in the overnight hours, as oversupplies and no demand continues to weigh on the market.

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Apr 17, 2020

The Road to Recovery for Corn Prices is Bumpy

Corn prices continue to creep lower, but what will it take to push prices higher? Mark Gold and Sam Hudson discuss markets on U.S. Farm Report this week.

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Apr 15, 2020

Winter Wheat in the Plains Faces Freeze Damage While Futures Plummet

As more freezing weather blankets parts of the Plains, wheat growers are worried about potential damage to their crop.

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Apr 14, 2020

Can the Market Handle 3 Billion Bushels of New Crop Corn Carryout?

Brian Splitt thinks the May WASDE may be the capitulation event for the corn market, as it's will unveil USDA's first official balance sheet for new crop.