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Ned Moon

District 3
Cassia, Minidoka, Lincoln, Twin Falls, Jerome, Blaine, Gooding, Elmore, Jerome, Owhyee, Canyon County, Camas counties.
(208) 532-4119 ex 103

Ned, grew up on a farm in Heyburn, and is the marketing manager for Jentzsch-Kearl Farms, a 16,000 acre partnership growing potatoes, sugar beets, wheat, hay, and seed beans.  He also is responsible for chemical and fertilizer inputs, handles all land leases, audits and government programs.  

Moon earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications from BYU, and then entered the Air Force where he flew jets for over 10 years.  In 1993 Captain Moon left the Air Force and returned to the Burley/Twin Falls area and started his own retail business.  He also spent several years as the manufacturing manager for an agricultural chemical company prior to working for Jentzsch-Kearl Farms.

Friday, September 05, 2014
Japanese Milling Managers to Visit Idaho
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Wheat Ending Stocks for 2014/15 Projected Up Sharply From August
Ending stocks of all wheat for 2014/15 are projected up 35 million bushels from
August with larger supplies and lower use. Total wheat supplies for 2014/15 are
projected up 10 million bushels from August with larger imports of hard red spring
wheat. Planted and harvested areas and production are unchanged from August.
Total projected uses are down 25 million bushels from August because of lower
exports. Projected domestic use is unchanged from August.