It is no secret that the Fall 2019 corn crop was of poor quality, as temperatures warm this Spring into Summer there very likely may be a ticking time bomb in your Farm bins. We are seeing Damage and Blue Eye Mold already. Our advice is move it sooner rather than later, We can help with marketing ideas if you think an up move may occur to keep you in the market. But don't wait only to discover you have a serious damage problem later this summer.

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CERES will be receiving Plenish Soybeans Fall of 2020. Producer premiums will remain the same 
NOW .60 cents for Harvest delivery and .70 cents for Farm stored
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Nat'l Guard Patrolling Los Angeles     05/31 09:49


   LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Armed National Guard soldiers patrolled the streets of 
Los Angeles early Sunday as the city began cleaning up after a night of 
violence that saw demonstrators clash repeatedly with officers, torch police 
vehicles and pillage businesses.

   A rare citywide curfew expired as dawn revealed broken shop windows, 
demolished security gates and graffiti along entire blocks.

   Mayor Eric Garcetti said Saturday he asked Gov. Gavin Newsom for 500 to 700 
members of the Guard to assist the 10,000 Los Angeles Police Department 

   Garcetti said the Guard members who arrived early Sunday were summoned "to 
support our local response to maintain peace and safety on the streets of our 

   Firefighters responded to dozens of fires, and scores of businesses were 
damaged. One of the hardest-hit areas was the area around the Grove, a popular 
high-end outdoor mall west of downtown where hundreds of protesters swarmed the 
area, showering police with rocks and other objects and vandalizing shops. One 
officer suffered a fractured skull, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said.

   When the curfew took effect at 8 p.m., police moved aggressively to get 
people off the streets and there was no repeat of the late-night rampage that 
occurred downtown Friday night and led to more than 500 arrests.

   Community leaders denounced the violence that has accompanied protests over 
the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who was died after a white 
Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee to Floyd's neck.

   Protests also roiled the east San Diego suburb of La Mesa, where two banks 
next door to each other burned to the ground and windows and people smashed 
windows at many businesses including a real estate office and a popular bar.

   San Diego police officers, aided by other law enforcement agencies, walked 
shoulder to shoulder through the streets after 2 a.m. Sunday, telling hundreds 
of protesters and observers that they would be arrested for unlawful assembly 
if they didn't disperse.

   The suburb of 60,000 people borders El Cajon, where the fatal shooting of an 
unarmed black man by a police officer triggered days of major unrest in 2016.

   "I think people are hurting and they're angry and they're trying to be heard 
because there's no other way to get anyone's attention," Ally Kaiahua said of 
the property damage in La Mesa, near San Diego. "It's unfortunate but this has 
been part of our history and how things get done because they don't listen any 
other way."

   Kaiahua, who is white, said she was exposed to tear gas in a police attempt 
to disperse crowds.

   San Francisco's iconic Union Square saw people stealing leather bags from 
the Coach store and shoes from the Salvatore Ferragamo location, The Mercury 
News reported. Streets were littered with bras from Victoria's Secret and 
cushioned jewelry boxes from Swarovski. Police fired tear gas to disperse 

   San Francisco Mayor London Breed said a citywide curfew would go into effect 
from 8 p.m. Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday. She also asked the governor to put the 
National Guard on standby.

   "People are hurting right now. They're angry. I'm angry," Breed tweeted. "We 
can't tolerate violence and vandalism."

   In nearby Oakland, which was wracked by violence Friday night that left 13 
officers injured, authorities declared an unlawful demonstration near City Hall 
late Saturday. Protesters lit a dumpster on fire in the middle of an 
intersection and police launched tear gas into a crowd.

   In Emeryville, just east of San Francisco, Mayor Christian Patz said Target, 
Best Buy and other box stores were burglarized, with thieves stealing 
electronics and other items. Stores in the city closed early Saturday as part 
of a shelter-in-place order.

   In Santa Ana, south of Los Angeles, hundreds of demonstrators converged on 
the police station, throwing objects and setting off firecrackers as police 
used tear gas to push them back.

   The scale of the destruction in Los Angeles was being compared to the 1992 
riots, when there was more than $1 billion in property damage. There was no 
estimate of how many businesses suffered damage since protests began Wednesday, 
but it was clearly extensive.

   The governor said earlier that authorities were closely monitoring 
organizing by violent extremist groups who may be trying to use the protests 
for their own agendas.

   "To those who seek to exploit Californians' pain to sow chaos and 
destruction, you are not welcome," he said. "Our state and nation must build 
from this moment united and more resolved than ever to address racism and its 
root causes."

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