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| Tori Uhland | Limit Up
This year, U.S. producers were able to get relatively high returns despite a marginally clipped corn yield as some of the increasing input costs are running behind the market rallies. Inputs like seed, rent and machinery tend to rise in a one-year delay.

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| Tori Uhland | Limit Up
The November World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates report (WASDE) on Wednesday, November 9th, was the thing to watch last week, but overall turned out to be a fairly boring report across all commodities.

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| Tori Uhland | Limit Up
The major headline over the weekend was Russia’s announcement to withdraw from the grain export corridor agreement. Wheat futures shot up overnight with corn and soybean futures following. The trade had been expecting some type of disruption which limited gains. This story will continue to develop and markets will remain volatile as there is a lot of conflicting information. Both the UN and Turkey say that agriculture product shipments will continue but there is still risk premium being added to the market.

Indy Picks: Detailed Solutions

| Administrator | Indy Picks
On a sunny Saturday afternoon Paul Lucero spent a few hours detailing their family vehicle, just as he does every few weeks. Because Paul and his wife Raina have a blended family which includes 6 kids, mess is inevitable and if not cleaned every few weeks the back half of the vehicle may look more like a science experiment than seating.

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| Tori Uhland | Business
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Tori Uhland. After graduating from Eads High School in 2015, I went on to attend college at the University of Denver then to Colorado State University where I studied Journalism & Media Communications.

Indy Picks: CAF Media

| Raina Lucero | Indy Picks
Cory Alan Forgue graduated from Southern Illinois University in 1990 where he earned a bachelor’s degree in TV and radio broadcasting with an emphasis in public relations. Cory has been in radio and TV for 38 years, since he began working as a DJ in suburban southwest Chicago in 1985.

Indy Picks: DD's Tree Spraying

| Raina Lucero | Indy Picks
Deborah (Oswald) Davis along with her husband Glen live in Haswell, Colorado and are the owners and operators of their family farm. Deborah works as a public accountant through the winter months and has worked alongside her husband on the family farm. Deborah has always aspired to be engaged in the community that she lives in as well as those surrounding her.

Indy Picks: The Harris Pumpkin Patch Embarks on 5th Season of Fun in the Fall

| Raina Lucero | Indy Picks
This Sunday, October 2nd, the Harris Pumpkin Patch located east of Highway 385 in Sheridan Lake will open for their 5th season of fun and adventure!

The Red Barn Farm of SECO, LLC Gears Up for Their Third Season

| Raina Lucero | Indy Picks
For the third year Ryan and Teale Hemphill owners of Red Barn Farm of SECO, LLC near McClave, Colorado along with their children and close friends and family have planted nearly two acres of pumpkins which yields a crop of approximately 3500 of the autumn favorite gourd as part of their farm park, Agri-tourism attraction.

Indy Picks: Kit Carson Mini Mart

| Raina Lucero | Indy Picks
For 60 some odd years, Mary’s Market has been the local grocery store serving the people of Kit Carson, Wild Horse, and the outlying rural areas of Cheyenne County. However, recently the doors to the Market have closed leaving the locals as well as anyone who travels through to drive 20+ miles to the nearest grocery store. However, that was before a business plan with the community needs at its forefront was conceived and has evolved to what is now the expanded Kit Carson Mini Mart.

USDA Update

| Administrator | USDA Updates
Disclaimer: Information in this UPDATE is pertinent to Kiowa County FSA only. Producers reading this and that do not have FSA interest in Kiowa County are advised to contact their local FSA Office.

Buller Mobile Tire Service

| Administrator | Indy Picks
The Eads Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new business to Eads this week as they recognized Buller Mobile Tire Service owner Jakob Buller. Pictured are (l to r) Brandon Hoffman, Chamber member, Jakob Buller, Dennis Pearson, Chamber President, and John Courkamp, Chamber member.

Buller Mobile Tire Service

| Administrator | Indy Picks
The Eads Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new business to Eads this week as they recognized Buller Mobile Tire Service owner Jakob Buller. Pictured are (l to r) Brandon Hoffman, Chamber member, Jakob Buller, Dennis Pearson, Chamber President, and John Courkamp, Chamber member.

Get Productive with 6 of the Best Apps for Entrepreneurs

| Administrator | Business
When you’re strapped for time, whether you’re stuck in the office or making a last-minute dash to the airport, just about everything you need to do can be accomplished via your smartphone. There are plenty of handy apps out there to help entrepreneurs

Wildcat Corner Represents Convergence of Entrepreneurship and Student Learning

| Betsy Barnett | Business
It’s Taste Test Day in Kit Carson at the newly established business duly named Wildcat Corner located in the old Sage Brush Building (for us old-timers who use location of past owners as our own personal wayfinding) at 102 W. Highway 287.

Indy Picks: Da Vinci Physical Therapy

| Betsy Barnett | Indy Picks
Joe McCaleb is no stranger to many in Eads and surrounding areas as he worked at the Kiowa County Hospital District in the physical therapy department in Eads from 2010 to 2012. After getting more training and working in Colorado Springs for the past few years, McCaleb has started his own practice in Lamar called Da Vinci Physical Therapy.