SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Feb 5, 2013 Seed Consultants Market Watch 2/5/2013 Evening Comment Gary Wilhelmi Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Market Market Watch Seed Consultants Market Watch 2/5/2013 Evening Comment Gary Wilhelmi FinancialDow fails to hold above 14,000 closing at 13,979 up 99Earnings have been mostly better than expected, but expectation were lowBeware of Europe and Japan as economic problems are activeCrude oil up about $.50 on WTI and $1 on Brent as the ISM service index was positive for JanuaryGold bugs are back in the woodworkDollar index ended steadyBeware of bond holdings; be sure your advisor knows what they are talking aboutLivestockCattle end unchangedBoxed beef up $1.26 on choice but down $3 versus a week agoApril cattle are at mid rangeApril hogs have support at $87 about $1 lowerBellies got belted down $4.90Cash cattle are called $1 higherAnimal movement has picked up with warmer tempsGrain and soybeansMarch corn was a drawMarch beans at $14.95 with resistance at $15.01Beans are coming into Friday’s S/D report over boughtMarch wheat lost a nickel and as corn are at mid rangeCorn carry over expected up slightly form 602 mArgentine forecast dry this week and wetter nextDomestic soybean estimates in Brazil 81-82 MTWheat exports lightUS face’s more competitors than it used to when there were just 5 major producersBrazilian shipments are backed up 40 days but logistics are always problematic down thereThe computer gunslingers are cleaning their weapons and so the light volume, but there are more shootouts to come Facebook Twitter Previous articleSeed Consultants Market Watch 2/4/2013 Morning Comment Gary WilhelmiNext articleImmigration Reform Would Benefit Agriculture, but With Downsides Hoosier Ag Today
SHARE Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 8, 2016 Home News Feed Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for November 8, 2016 Facebook Twitter Previous articleTrash Talking Trade, Will It Continue After Election Day?Next articleMorning Outlook Hoosier Ag Today By Hoosier Ag Today – Nov 8, 2016 Facebook Twitter A weak batch of moisture moves in over the state today, coming up around the backside of high pressure that moves off the east coast. This will bring plentiful clouds, and also a chance of some minor precipitation. Moisture will be limited to a few hundredths to about 2 tenths maximum, with coverage at about 50% of the state. WE really would like to keep the state dry in our forecast, but that just is not going to be able to come together. Still, most of the moisture will be limited to this afternoon and evening, and will be gone by tonight.Dry weather is back tomorrow and will hold through the weekend and early next week. Another strong high pressure dome will move in, bringing cooler air to start and then warmer air up the backside. Overall, even with the cooler air tomorrow, temps will still be above normal right on through this 7 day period. Dry down will be excellent with full sun and nice breezes. Temps may make a run at freezing underneath the core of high pressure overnight Friday night into Saturday…that will be where the coldest, sinking air will be under the high.Our next system to watch arrives next Tuesday, initially with a minor warm front. That front brings a few hundredths to a quarter of an inch with 50% coverage for Tuesday. But, as the low moves through Wednesday, we see better rain totals move in and much better coverage, with rains of .25”-.5” Tuesday night through Wednesday and coverage at 80%. This system will usher in strong north winds and much colder air behind the system for the start of the 11-16 day forecast window.Those strong north winds will take temps to below normal levels next starting next Thursday and will keep a cool pattern in place into next weekend. Some models are trying to suggest a bounce in temps to normal and above normal levels as we move closer to thanksgiving. However, we are not in that camp. We look for temps staying normal to below normal through the last 10 days of November. SHARE
SHARE By Gary Truitt – Aug 2, 2018 Home Indiana Agriculture News Big Savings on Trucks Just Before Harvest Facebook Twitter Previous articleSenate Approves Ag Appropriations BillNext articleIndiana State Fair Begins Today; Featured Farmers Ready to Tell Their Story Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter SHARE Get all the details and directions at helloKahlo.com/farmers. Big Savings on Trucks Just Before HarvestHoosier Ag Today has partnered with Kahlo Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram in Noblesville to offer great savings on new Ram trucks, just in time for harvest. Frank Stephens, with Kahlo, says you can save thousands on a truck this weekend during Farmer Appreciation Days, “In addition to regular retail incentives, we are offering a special package just for farmers.”The Ram AgPack includes:Agdirect financing powered by Farm Credit$2,300 subscription to Agrible’s Premium Management Analytics Suite$1,000 credit toward a new Reinke irrigation system$500 toward parts on existing Reinke system$1,000 toward AgricaLiquid Crop Nutrition10% off Crop Copter AgDrone technologySix month trial subscription to Farm Journal’s Ag letterAdditional Manufacturer Incentives from CaseIH, New Holland, BusinessLink, and On The Job Kahlo has also partnered with Bane Welker Equipment to offer additional saving to anyone who has purchased a new Case product in the past few years. “If a farmer purchased a Case product from 2015 forward, we add an additional $1000 incentive,” said Stephens. The deals are part of a special promotional event being held at the dealership on Friday Aug 3 and Saturday August 4.Kahlo is one of Indiana’s Certified Ag Ram dealers and says the dealership is making a long term commitment to the ag community. “This program requires that we have specially trained people in our service, parts, and sales departments who understand the needs of farmers,” says Stephens.Stephens says, with a big crop in the field, a Ram truck may be just what you need, “We offer a Cummins diesel engine in our heavy duty models and a special 5th wheel adaptor kit. The crew cab is larger, and we have best in class towing, going up to 30,000 pounds.”HAT will at the dealership today along with meteorologist Ryan Martin, doing a special program on harvest weather. On Saturday, national market analyst Bob Utterback will be on hand to talk about a market outlook and to make marketing recommendations. There will also be free lunch both days, and Case IH products on display. In addition, there is a $25 gift card for test driving any new Ram truck. Big Savings on Trucks Just Before Harvest
News December 15, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Cyber-journalists forced to give false evidence at colleague’s trial to go further Organisation RSF_en News Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders today condemned the pressure being put on three newly released cyber-journalists and a fourth still in prison to give false evidence at the trial of the president of the Association of Iranian Journalists, Ali Mazroi. Help by sharing this information Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists Reporters Without Borders today condemned the pressure being put on three newly released cyber-journalists and a fourth still in prison to give false evidence at the trial of the president of the Association of Iranian Journalists, Ali Mazroi. All four said they were treated well in prison at a press conference held yesterday when charges were brought against Mazroi in a Tehran court.”The Iranian authorities hope to be able to dispel the criticism abroad by staging pathetic and grotesque performances,” the organisation said. “But these testimonies are utterly pointless as there is abundant evidence of the mental and physical harassment of journalists.”The four journalists brought to court yesterday as prosecution witnesses in the case against Mazroi were Omid Memarian, Shahram Rafihzadeh, Rozbeh Mir Ebrahimi and Javad Gholam Tamayomi (who is still in prison). Mazroi is being prosecuted for writing to President Mohammad Khatami about the mistreatment of his son, Hanif Mazroi, another cyber-journalist who was recently released from prison.At yesterday’s press conference, all five said they had not been mistreated while in detention. Tamayomi even said he was currently being held in a cell that was “30 square metres in area, with a colour television.”In reality, the seven recently detained cyber-journalists were regularly beaten in prison. Rafihzadeh was beaten on the soles of his feet with electric wire, a common form of torture in Iranian jails.Although six of the seven have been freed on bail, they continue to be harassed by the authorities. Memarian, Rafihzadeh and Ebrahim spent eight hours in the offices of Tehran prosecutor Said Mortazavi the day before yesterday. They have been summoned for questioning and have received phone calls from the security services several times since their release. They have also been told not to accept the services of a lawyer.Letters of “repentance” by these journalists that were dictated by the authorities were published in the Iranian press on 4 December. Memarian said in his letter: “I was brain-washed by radical elements” and by “my relations with counter-revolutionaries.” June 9, 2021 Find out more February 25, 2021 Find out more IranMiddle East – North Africa Follow the news on Iran IranMiddle East – North Africa News March 18, 2021 Find out more After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 News
Print by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up HENRY Street Garda station will be a bit more colourful this weekend when the Limerick divisional headquarters becomes one of the first Garda station’s in the country to fly the Rainbow flag in support of this year’s Gay Pride festival.Chief Superintendent Dave Sheahan said that the decision to fly the flag was a “significant show of support” for the LGBT community.“It creates an extremely positive image for An Garda Síochána locally in supporting a minority group”, he added.The Pride Parade will route through O’Connell Street and Mallow Street before it passes by the Garda station.Chief Superintendent Sheahan said the flag will show Garda recognition and support for LGBT people as they pass by the station.“In particular we are sending a message to report any homophobic, violent, threatening or abusive behaviour towards any member of the LGBT community. Homophobic acts cannot be addressed if we are not made aware of them and in flying the rainbow flag, we want to encourage any LGBT person to report an incident at either their nearest Garda station, to their local LGBT liaison officer or to contact the National LGBT Liaison Officer in Garda Racial Intercultural Diversity Office, Harcourt Square, Dublin”.A report launched at the University of Limerick this June concluded that transgender people face elevated levels of violence and discrimination in Ireland. The report also documented 32 hate incidents of which 15 were designated as hate crimes.88 per cent of respondents experienced verbal abuse or insults; 28 per cent experienced threats of violence; one in five experienced physical violence and six per cent experienced sexual harassment.“There are no definite figures on such crimes as people can be reluctant to report for a variety of reasons, but one of the reasons for not reporting them should not be that Gardaí will not deal with complaints professionally and as soon as possible”, Chief Supt Sheahan added. Shannondoc operating but only by appointment TAGSfeaturedGardaGayHENRY STREETLGBTLimerick Priderainbow flag Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin Previous article“We didn’t come here to be put in prison”Next articleAoide’s fascination Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email No vaccines in Limerick yet NewsLimerick Garda station will fly the rainbow flagBy Staff Reporter – August 27, 2014 854 Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Gardaí across Ireland take on viral dance challenge Man and woman arrested after Gardaí seize cash and suspected drugs worth more than €28,000 Newcastle West Gardaí move Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
Twitter Updated: Buncrana gardai investigate two collisions which may be linked Facebook Facebook WhatsApp Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Google+ Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Pinterest Previous articleMayor concedes Letterkenny Town Council will not be savedNext articleCiara Grant wins Cup medal News Highland 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Twitter PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal News Pinterest Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Gardai in Buncrana are seeking information about two collisions in close proximity outside the town last night.In one instance, a Silver BMW four by four left the road at Ludden at 9.25, and the driver left the scene.At the same time, a silver Mitsubishi Lancer left the road at Lisfannon and ended up in the garden of a house at Links View.The driver was subsequently brought to Letterkenny General Hospital where he was treated for injuries which are not believed to be life threatening.Gardai are appealing for information from anyone who was on the Derry Road outside Buncrana and may have seen either of the vehicles. The station can be contacted at 93 20540.Superintendent Eugen McGovern says gardai are treating both incidents as seperate at present, but there have been suggestions of a possible link:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/appealRTC.mp3[/podcast] By News Highland – November 4, 2013 Google+
(Image courtesy National Weather Service) The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management issued a severe weather alert Sunday based on the latest forecasts.In a statement, the National Weather Service is warning of the possibility of showers and thunderstorms moving into the area Sunday night and Monday morning.The main threat will be damaging winds and heavy rainfall, which could lead to flooding in areas with poor drainage.Storms could cause power outages and downed trees, according to the forecast. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.Dense fog blanketed parts of the shore through Sunday afternoon.
Greggs has reached a social media milestone by accumulating more than half a million ’likes’ on its Facebook page.The high street bakery business, which topped British Baker’s BB75 list, based on its store count, has celebrated the landmark moment with the launch of a competition to give away a free Greggs lunch every week of the year to five of its Facebook fans.Greggs will also be creating a Fan Van, which will put the faces of its Facebook followers on to one of its vehicles.Speaking of Greggs’ presence on Facebook, Chris Lee, social media consultant and trainer at Planet Content, told British Baker: “It makes sense for Greggs to be active on Facebook. To not be would be a conspicuous absence given its target demographic is there. If you’re looking purely at fan numbers, there are others out there with more fans – for example Starbucks UK. But Greggs’ engagement is good – it has lots of likes and comments, plus the brand responds to wall questions.“Fans want to feel included and not ignored, so Greggs is doing a good job of fostering a response from fans and showing an interest in its fans in return.”Lee added that in the retail sector, it has been proven that Facebook fans, and friends of fans, are more likely to visit a brand’s website that they like, and are 10% more likely to make a purchase as a result.“Success on social media depends on what the objective is for the brand. Ken McMeikan, Greggs’ chief executive, takes a personal interest in social media, so a key strategy for the company appears to be as a way to listen to customers and improve the customer experience as a result. Whatever channel that happens on doesn’t really matter, just so long as the brand is engaged and follows best practice.“The conversation about brands is happening whether the brands like it or not, so Greggs has positioned itself well by getting involved and actively responding to the feedback of its community. It would be great to learn how this feedback is translating into sales.”The number of ’likes’ on Greggs’ Facebook currently stands at 503,576, while it has accumulated almost 13,607 Twitter followers.Facebook revealed that there could be around 83 million fake accounts on the social media site, around 8.7% of its total users, as the firm’s share price dropped to below $20, from $38, last Thursday.
Jason, Jake and Jaden Moody of Kingfield wait for the school bus Tuesday morning. (Photo by Morgain L. Bailey)Boarding the bus. (Photo by Morgain L. Bailey)Mother Sarah Moody watches as her kids board the bus. (Photo by Morgain L. Bailey)