Previous articleSouthern Indiana Corn Dying PrematurelyNext articleMorning Outlook Andy Eubank Big Crop is Definitely Out There By Andy Eubank – Sep 20, 2016 utterback-crop-tourUSDA says it is going to be a big crop this year and during a lengthy road trip last week one of our HAT market analysts got a look at about 1,800 miles of farm fields. Bob Utterback with Utterback Marketing Services agrees there is going to be a lot of grain harvested. His trip to the Big Iron Farm Show took him from central Indiana, through Illinois, to Council Bluffs, Iowa, up to Sioux Falls then Fargo, North Dakota, and back through Minnesota and northern Illinois.“Early farmer yield estimates coming in from some early harvest beans are coming exceptionally strong,” he said. “Sixty was not an uncommon number and I heard a couple of 70’s. I’ve been even hearing 70’s and 80’s around Indiana, so I am pretty much convinced that the good area is exceptionally good. Yes, there was some white mold in some of the beans. Yes, there was some impact on corn with the dry weather we had in July, but overall I think corn is going to exceed average yields by 20-30 bushels for a lot of the areas that I saw, and bean yields could be some of the best beans we’ve seen.”Utterback said there will be pressure on the markets from the large numbers, and once harvest progress gets past the 65-70% complete stage, “I think you’re going to start hearing of corn piles starting to build, running out of storage, basis is going to widen, and that’s going to have impact on your spreads and your carrying charge. But the next three weeks I think you have to prepare for bearishness. If you’ve got some old crop corn and sell off the combine, or beans, take advantage of this short term bounce.”Because Utterback says, over the next three weeks the market will revisit some lower prices. Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Big Crop is Definitely Out There
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Investigative journalist Iosif Costinas of the Timisoara daily newspaper, has not been seen since 8 June 2002. He had investigated sensitive issues and was writing a book on the Timisoara mafia. Reporters sans frontières fears his disappearance could be linked to his professional activity. RomaniaEurope – Central Asia Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts to go further News Follow the news on Romania RomaniaEurope – Central Asia News May 26, 2021 Find out more December 2, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Ten RSF recommendations for the European Union Organisation RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive March 27, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Vanished journalist found dead Police said they had found the body of investigative journalist IosifCostinas, of the daily paper Timisoara, who disappeared on 8 June lastyear. His skeleton was found on 21 March in a forest 25 kms from the town of Timisoara and identified from dental records and his mother’s identification of hisclothes and belongings. The cause of his death was not known.______18.04.2002 – Where is Iosif Costinas ? Reporters Without Borders today voiced its concern about the disappearance of investigative journalist Iosif Costinas of the Timisoara daily newspaper, who has not been seen since 8 June 2002.”Costinas disappeared more than two months ago while working on a book on a very sensitive subject and, without jumping to conclusions about the reasons for his disappearance, we fear it could be linked to his professional activity”, Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said in a letter to Interior Minister Ioan Rus. The letter asked him to do everything possible to find Costinas and to consider the hypothesis that his disappearance was linked to his work.Aged 62 and working for Timisoara in the city of the same name, Costinas was last seen on 8 June in Timisoara, where he failed to call or visit his mother as expected, although very attached to her. While two persons have claimed to have seen him on the city’s streets since that date, their claims do not seem credible as he has not contacted anyone close to him.The police has carried out an extensive but unsuccessful investigation inthe Timisoara area. According to Flavius Donca, head of the newspaper’s political section, Costinas was very critical of the current government and was writing a book on the Timisoara mafia. He had investigated such sensitive issues as unsolved murders during the 1989 anti-communist revolt and the presence of former members of the Securitate (the communist-era secret police) in positions of responsibility. Romania: In an open letter, RSF and ActiveWatch denounce judicial pressures on investigative journalists following a complaint from a Bucharest district mayor News News November 23, 2020 Find out more
Samuel Umtiti has also been linked with a move to Arsenal (Picture: Getty)United confirmed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Jose Mourinho’s permanent successor on Thursday and Silvestre believes his former teammate is the right man for the job.‘I think it was the only decision the club could have made, everyone had an idea it was coming,’ Silvestre added.‘He’s made a real impact on the team, 32 points out of 39 in the Premier League and 14 wins out of 19 games is a great record so it wasn’t really a surprise decision.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsMore: FootballChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Comment Advertisement Advertisement Samuel Umtiti was an integral part of France’s World Cup winning side (Picture: Getty)Former Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre claims Samuel Umtiti lacks the X-factor required to play for the Old Trafford club.The 25-year-old was an integral part of France’s World Cup winning squad last summer and until recently an automatic choice at the heart of Barcelona’s defence.Umtiti signed a new long-term contract back in June but has struggled with injuries this season and fallen behind compatriot Clement Lenglet in Ernesto Valverde’s pecking order.The former Lyon star has previously been linked with a move to United and last week emerged as a target for Arsenal, another of Silvestre’s old clubs.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors‘Man United will always look to sign players with the X-factor, but I don’t see Samuel Umtiti as necessarily a Manchester United player,’ he told us-bookies.com.‘I think Eric Bailly has all the qualities Man United need in defence but United will always target the best, so who knows who might come in and they will always look to strengthen the squad.‘For me the focus would be the midfield.’ Arsenal and Man Utd transfer target Samuel Umtiti lacks X-factor, claims Mikael Silvestre Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 30 Mar 2019 12:02 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link
Press Association Jose Mourinho admitted Chelsea were “fortunate” to snatch a 1-0 victory over QPR but insisted there is nothing lucky about the Blues’ seven-point lead at the top of the table. “A team who arrives in August and is top of the league every day until April – that is the team that deserves the credit. “We have had a good run since day one so nobody should be disappointed because we have been on a good run since August. Now we need 11 more points (to win the title).” Courtois’ strong performance will be a welcome boost for the Chelsea keeper, who has endured a difficult few weeks. The Belgian’s skewed kick led to a goal against Hull last month and Charlie Adam’s wonder-strike saw him beaten from 66 yards against Stoke last weekend. “He helped us win the match,” Mourinho said. “I thought Courtois did very well, he was there for us. “I told him at the start of the week after Hull and after Charlie Adam, we need him to give us a couple of points with a couple of saves and he did it.” The result leaves QPR two points adrift of safety, having played one game more than Burnley, Sunderland and Hull, and two more than Leicester. Rangers boss Chris Ramsey defended his goalkeeper Rob Green, whose skewed clearance gifted Chelsea possession in the build-up to the goal, and lamented his players’ poor defending. “I am very disappointed, disappointed in the manner we let the goal in,” Ramsey said. “I’m not blaming Rob for the goal, it wasn’t one of his best kicks but we had a long time to defend it properly and we didn’t. “When the ball goes out wide and we’ve got about eight players behind the ball you can’t blame him, it’s just a bad clearance. “The way we let the goal in at the end was one we could have defended miles better than we did. All that running everyone does has now gone to waste. “The fans were fantastic and the players did give them something to hope for, for most of the game. “The reason I’m sitting here sick is we could have given the fans a big boost by getting a point here against a top team.” “Were we fortunate? Yes. It was a typical game for 0-0,” Mourinho said. “We controlled them very well and kept them far from the box because in the box (Bobby) Zamora and (Charlie) Austin are killers. “They closed us down very well, they were very well-organised defensively and gave us a difficult match. “I am obviously very happy with my team because we kept good emotional control, we never lost balance or were under pressure. “We were always very stable and then we scored in the crucial moment of the game – I feel sorry for them because they fought hard to get a point.” The victory comes as another blow to the fading hopes of the chasing pack, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City all trying to close the gap on the league leaders. Chelsea have been joint top or top of the table since the opening day of the season and are on course to break Manchester United’s 1993/94 record of 262 consecutive days at the summit. “I don’t know if it hurts them (our rivals) or not, what I know is it’s not normal to be top of the league since day one,” Mourinho said. Cesc Fabregas scored an 88th-minute winner at Loftus Road to restore Chelsea’s advantage over second-placed Arsenal and maintain the side’s march towards the title. The Spaniard’s strike was Chelsea’s only shot on target during a disappointing West London derby, which QPR could have won had Thibaut Courtois not denied Matt Phillips’ close-range effort in the second half.