Author Archives: Glenda Mostek

March 31, 2014 Colorado Crop Progress Report

The March 31, 2014 Crop Progress Report from USDA NASS-Colorado reported 17 percent of Colorado winter wheat was in very poor condition, 16 percent was poor, 33 percent was in fair condition, 30 percent was good, and four percent was … Continue reading

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Brian Bledsoe: El Nino Talk and Revisiting the 1950s?

Colorado Association of Wheat Growers (CAWG) members may receive Brian Bledsoe’s twice-monthly Weather Wire with accurate and meaningful weather information for Colorado wheat farmers, as well as Dan Maltby’s weekly Wheat Wire, with marketing advice from a grain buyer with over … Continue reading

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March 24, 2014 Colorado Crop Progress Report

In the March 24, 2014 Crop Progress Report, USDA NASS-Colorado reported 15 percent of Colorado winter wheat was rated in very poor condition, 16 percent was rated poor, 33 percent was rated fair, 32 percent was rated good, and four … Continue reading

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March 17, 2014 Colorado Crop Progress Report

In the March 17, 2014 Crop Progress Report, USDA NASS-Colorado reported 16 percent of Colorado winter wheat was rated very poor, 16 percent was rated poor, 33 percent was rated fair, 31 percent was rated good, and four percent was … Continue reading

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Here is an example of a short message that CAWG members can use to email Senator Larry Crowder to ask him not to move forward with his ag burning bill – House Bill 1007.  Our members can also call Senator … Continue reading

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Farm Bill Discussions with Senator Michael Bennet March 18, 19 and 20

From Senator Michael Bennet’s office: With your feedback and input, Michael helped get some big wins for Colorado included in the Farm Bill, like a strengthened crop insurance program, improved conservation easements, important forestry measures, and county payments (PILT). Space … Continue reading

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