No children waiting for foster care in Mid West

first_imgTUSLA – Child and Family Agency has acknowledged the publication this Wednesday of the HIQA inspection report in relation to fostering services in the Tusla Mid West area (Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary).The review covers an inspection of foster care services in April-May this year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Commenting on the report’s release, Dr Aisling Gillen, Service Director for Tusla West, welcomed any scrutiny of their fostering services as “we strive to offer the best possible services to foster children and foster carers”.HIQA confirmed many positive aspects of the services Tusla provide in the Mid-West. The inspection report revealed that there were no children awaiting a foster care placement in the area and shows that 82 per cent of children had an allocated social worker. 94 per cent of children were visited by a social worker in line with regulations, and the majority of child-in-care reviews were up to date.Also commenting on the report, Dr Caroline Cullen, Tusla Area Manager for the Mid West, said they are wholly committed to making their fostering service even stronger.“There are some areas that we can improve on in the Mid West. To this end, we have commenced the implementation of the actions outlined in this report and will continue to do so over the next 12 months and beyond. We are pleased to note the positive elements of the report, and are addressing all of the issues which were identified by HIQA,” Dr Cullen explained.“Foster care is a central element of our child protection system. Tusla is working to enhance our foster care system across the Mid West to provide positive and safe environments for children and young people who can’t live at home, and to support families in the three counties who open their homes to vulnerable children. Tusla is subject to consistent oversight, and this supports us to ensure that our services provide good quality, timely and appropriate interventions for children and their families.”Separately, Tusla aims to increase the number of foster carers available in the State this year. They intend to commence a recruitment drive for additional foster carers in the coming months. Currently, across Ireland some 4,440 people open their homes and lives to approximately 5,530 foster children.   WhatsApp NewsCommunityNo children waiting for foster care in Mid WestBy Alan Jacques – August 8, 2019 630 Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleLimerick Rose is gearing up for Tralee festivalNext articleHelp our little hero plea Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Email Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat center_img Facebook Twitter Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Advertisement TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! TAGSCommunityfoster careLimerick City and CountyNewsTusla Limerick on Covid watch list Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon?last_img read more

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Teenagers from France allegedly break into numerous cars in Secaucus

first_imgSECAUCUS – Secaucus police have charged ten teenagers from France in a series of car burglaries allegedly taking place in town earlier this month, according to a press release.On July 21, the Secaucus Police Department received calls of vehicle burglaries in the area around Second Street.Twelve vehicles were reported to have been burglarized after 4 a.m. that morning. Both patrol and detective division personnel worked together to process the vehicles for evidence and canvass the area. They soon located surveillance footage from nearby locations showing what appeared to be juveniles committing the burglaries.Shortly after 3 a.m the following day, Officer Michael Bronowich was patrolling the area when he came across a large group of juveniles walking between cars with flashlights. Bronowich observed that many of the juveniles fit the profile from the surveillance footage. The juveniles, ranging from ages 13 to 17, were taken into custody.The youth are French nationals visiting the U.S. on a summer camp retreat, according to the release. They were staying at the town’s Red Roof Inn with adult guardians. They went out for walks collectively when they allegedly committed the burglaries. Further investigation by police managed to procure some of the stolen itemsAll ten juveniles are charged with twelve counts of burglary and twelve counts of conspiracy to commit burglary. Three of the juveniles are additionally charged with three counts of theft; one juvenile is additionally charged with receiving stolen property. Though ordered released to their guardians, the teens’ passports have been seized. They were set to make their first court appearance July 24.Noting that all the burglarized vehicles were unlocked, Chief Kevin Flaherty urged all residents to “be sure to lock their vehicles to reduce the ability to commit this ‘crime of opportunity.’” ×last_img read more

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Vermont’s Dealer.com recognized on the 2009 Inc. 5000

first_imgSource: Dealer.com Burlington, VT, August 24, 2009 — Inc. magazine today recognized Dealer.com of Burlington, Vermont, with a rank of 88 among the top 100 fastest growing private advertising and marketing companies. Dealer.com, the global leader in online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, experienced a three year sales growth of 307.2% between 2005 and 2008. Overall, Dealer.com was ranked number 996 on the third annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. 2009 marks the third consecutive year that Dealer.com has been recognized in the ranking. The Inc. 5000 list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent-minded entrepreneurs.“Savvy trend spotters and those who invest in private companies know that the Inc. 5000 is the best place to find out about young companies that are achieving success through a wide variety of unprecedented business models, as well as older private companies that are still expanding at an impressive rate,” said Inc. 5000 project manager Jim Melloan. “That’s why our list is so eagerly anticipated every year.”Commenting on the ranking, Mark Bonfigli, Dealer.com CEO, stated: “Our employees are the heart of our business and they are responsible for our growth and this top ranking– for the third consecutive year. I am excited about our ranking and give credit to the entire Dealer.com team. Their talent and dedication to our clients’ success is what drives our business and our continued growth. In fact, we are currently on track to have our most successful year ever in 2009.”MethodologyThe Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2005 through 2008. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by the first week of 2005, and therefore able to show four full calendar years of sales. Additionally, they have to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent — not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies — as of December 31, 2008. Revenue in 2005 must have been at least $200,000, and revenue in 2008 must have been at least $2 million. The top 10 percent of companies on the list comprise the Inc. 500, now in its 28th year.About Inc. MagazineFounded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. (www.inc.com(link is external)) is the only major business magazine dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies that delivers real solutions for today’s innovative company builders. With a total paid circulation of 712,961, Inc. provides hands-on tools and market-tested strategies for managing people, finances, sales, marketing, and technology. Visit us online at Inc.com.About Dealer.com (www.dealer.com(link is external))Dealer.com is the global leader in online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, providing award winning e-marketing solutions to OEMs, auto dealers and media companies. More of the nation’s top auto groups use Dealer.com for their local online marketing than any other provider. Recent national and international accolades include: the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, top ranking in the Net Promoter® Score Survey of customer satisfaction, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 and the Web Marketing Association’s Automobile Standard of Excellence.   In addition, Dealer.com was the 2008 top rated web provider on leading online rating websites, as well as the Gold Award winner from the Dealers’ choice awards for best dealer website solutions.last_img read more

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‘Alley Oop For Autism’ To Raise Awareness & Funds At Jericho High School

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Approximately 1,000 people from the greater Jericho/Syosset community will be attending and/or participating in the eleventh annual “Alley Oop For Autism” fundraiser at Jericho High School on Saturday, March 25th.This extraordinary charity event features a “3-on-3” basketball tournament centered on raising awareness and much-needed funds for a rotating array of various organizations offering specialized education for children with autism. This year, proceeds will benefit the Life’s WORC Family Center for Autism (FCA), a not-for-profit agency that provides programs and services to people with autism. The FCA is located in Garden City and offers services throughout Long Island.“Alley Oop For Autism” was created by Justin Resnick when he was a Jericho High School student. He played on the Jericho High basketball team and also for Emory University. Today, Justin is an investment banker with Houlihan Lokey. This annual event has raised almost $900,000 since its inception. In addition to the contributions by spectators and competitors, there is an impressive list of over 20 corporate and family sponsors. Sports celebs such as Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton have participated in past events. This year, Jay Bromley, a defensive tackle for the New York Giants and a former starter at Syracuse University, will be in attendance.Justin Resnick Although Justin is the architect of “Alley Oop for Autism,” the event has become a family affair. Peter Resnick—Justin’s father and president of Interboro Insurance—is instrumental in securing event sponsors and in helping to promote the event. And Justin’s sister, Marissa, is another family member who has helped to grow “Alley Oop for Autism.” Similar to Justin, Marissa graduated from Jericho High School. She played basketball at Queens College, and today is a special education teacher.Joel Levine, a partner at the law firm of Levine & Wiss and a good friend of Peter Resnick, has become instrumental in helping to expand “Alley Oop for Autism.” Joel and his wife Debbie are active supporters of the FCA. And their daughter Emily, who participates at the FCA, was the agency’s gala honoree in December 2016. Joel is a champion of events that raise both money and awareness for programs that support people with autism.Matt Zebatto, Assistant Executive Director for Life’s WORC/Family Center For Autism, explains: “The dynamics of this grassroots Jericho/Syosset effort is an excellent model for the way in which charity and giving can ignite and gain momentum to benefit many. Justin Resnick deserves recognition for the unique legacy he has provided through Jericho High School.” Featured Photos: “Alley Oop For Autism” features a “3-on-3” basketball tournament at Jericho High School on March 25, 2017 to raise awareness and much-needed funds about autism and nonprofit Life’s WORC Family Center for Autism! (Photos: alleyoopforautism.org)The eleventh annual “Alley Oop For Autism” fundraiser will be held at Jericho High School in Nassau County, located at 99 Cedar Swamp Road, just north of the Long Island Expressway, Northern State Parkway, Route 107 exit, on Saturday, March 25th, from noon to 6:30 p.m. For more information about “Alley Oop For Autism,” call 516-741-9000 x15000 or visit alleyoopforautism.org. For more about Life’s WORC Family Center for Autism, visit familycenterforautism.org.last_img read more

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Murphy: Pogba, Fernandes cannot play together at Man Utd

first_imgFormer Liverpool midfielder, Danny Murphy, can’t see Paul Pogba staying with Manchester United. Murphy expects Pogba to leave United because he won’t be able to play regularly with Bruno Fernandes. “The problem you’ve got, when you’ve got two attack-minded players who both want to go forward and don’t really want to go back that way, in the big games against Liverpool, against Barca in the Champions League, whatever it may be, they’re going to get found out defensively. So it’s a delicate balance,” Murphy said on talkSPORT. “I think it would be exciting to see if it did work and to give it a chance.Advertisement “My gut feeling is that Pogba will go, yeah, my gut feeling is he’ll go. “It’s going to be very difficult to keep him happy if he’s not going to play every single game and the fans have already turned I think. read also:Pogba returns to action for Man Utd against opposite team to midfield rival “I think he expects to play, he’s a World Cup winner, he’s got all the talent in the world, I know that’s not enough but I’m not sure he will want to fight his way back in. He’ll expect to play. “The one thing that’s sure with United, after what I’ve seen of Fernandes, he’s going to play, he is going to start.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading…last_img read more

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Pupils get a lesson on dignity

first_imgPupils at Gontse Primary School in Soshanguve who were given a talk on dignity. Dignity Day speakers Amukelani Mayimele of Zayrah, Leo Makgamathe of Brand South Africa, Neliswa Fente from SpringAGE and Nicolaas Herholdt from Rotary.(Images: Cadine Pillay) MEDIA CONTACTS • Leo Makgamathe   Brand South Africa   +27 82 557 3483 RELATED ARTICLES • Getting needy kids hooked on books • Why we need a literate nation • Spotlight on open access learning • Instilling a love of reading • Reading to boost our self-esteemCadine Pillay Ahead of Global Dignity Day on 20 October 2012, pupils at Gontse Primary School in the impoverished township of Soshanguve in Pretoria were given a course on dignity and self-worth by community-driven leaders of South Africa.Speaking to the pupils were Amukelani Mayimele of Zayrah, the NGO that supplies books to war-torn areas in Africa, Neliswa Fente from SpringAGE, which is a movement of young South Africans determined to make a difference, Nicolaas Herholdt from Rotary, the renowned organisation of community service clubs, and Leo Makgamathe of Brand South Africa.The event took place on 9 October, and the speakers were all well-received by Gontse Primary School as the pupils enthusiastically participated in the discussion of dignity.Dignity DaysGlobal Dignity Day was founded in 2006 by the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders (YGL), who realised the one thing that everyone in the world wanted was their dignity to be recognised.Since then they have worked with many other YGLs and other partners in over 40 countries, hosting what are known as Dignity Days. This involves going to schools and communities around the world and teaching a course of dignity to youth.“The aim is to instil a new, positive, inclusive and interconnected sense of value in young people that will guide them as they grow,” says Phuti Mahanyele, YGL and chairperson for global dignity in South Africa.The session at Gontse started with the young leaders sharing their own stories of dignity and a discussion on the principles of dignity with the pupils of Gontse; the pupils then volunteered to define dignity in their own words.Playing your part with dignity “To play your part with dignity, you have to know that you are responsible for yourself,” Fente told pupils. “We are the solution to our own problems.”Mayimele, founder of Zayrah, which also seeks to alleviate poverty and inspire Africans to better their lives, then urged the young pupils of Gontse to share their thoughts on dignity. Mayimele is also a One Young World (OYW) ambassador for South Africa. OYW is an NGO that connects young people with a desire to change the world.Herholdt concluded the dialogue by sharing his experiences of dignity and the challenges he has faced when he was a young person. “In life, your dignity will always be challenged, but you have to learn how to be strong,” Herholdt said.“Accept criticism, and accept that everyone is different and important. Be strong and know who you are.”The speakers, on behalf of their companies, also donated gifts to the school in the form of learning aids and books. Pupils who took part in the session and shared their views on dignity with the others received certificates of participation.last_img read more

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Dental Marathon to take on Mount Kilimanjaro for free oral healthcare

first_imgThe Dental Marathon team will set off in June to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. The goal is to help get free oral healthcare and education to African children.Play Your Part ambassador Thobile Mushwana wants to change the narrative that there are more smart phones than toothbrushes in Africa. He is the founder of the Dental Marathon. (Images: Dental Marathon, Facebook)Melissa JavanPlay Your Part ambassador Thobile Mushwana says he has always had the desire to make a long-term impact on society that will leave a lasting legacy. The founder of the Dental Marathon makes sure that all schoolchildren in the Free State learn about oral health.The Dental Marathon team gives lessons in oral health to schoolchildren; each child in the more than 800 schools also gets a free dental pack that includes a toothbrush and toothpaste.Play Your Part ambassadors promote active citizenship to help overcome South Africa’s challenges.“There are painful stories. It baffles me when I hear that an eight- or nine-year-old has never brushed their teeth,” says Mushwana, who comes from Limpopo. He’s been living in Bloemfontein for eight years. “There is a lot to be done, not just in South Africa but throughout Africa.”To make sure more children get free oral healthcare and education, the Dental Marathon plans to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in June 2017.More than 180,000 schoolchildren benefit from the Dental Marathon initiative in Bloemfontein.Mushwana is the founder and chief executive officer of the Dental Marathon. He says he wants to change the narrative that there are more smart phones than toothbrushes in Africa.This is why the Dental Marathon is establishing a global footprint. To build awareness, Mushwana recorded videos of people all over the world saying they supported the Dental Marathon. He started this #50Different campaign during a visit in Europe.In the videos, people first introduce themselves in their native language; each ends their video saying they support the Dental Marathon. In his video, Mushwana spoke in his native language, Xitsonga. He said: “Avuxeni, vito ra mina hi mina Thobile Mushwana. Ni huma Africa-dzonga ni seketela Dental Marathon.” (In English this means “hi, I’m Thobile Mushwana from South Africa and I support the Dental Marathon.”)The videos are uploaded onto the group’s Facebook page.Watch #50Different campaign videos:How the Dental Marathon worksOnce a week the Dental Marathon team visits a school in Bloemfontein, explains Mushwana. “During the week we do an analysis of the needs of the school we are going to on that particular Friday.”The programme runs throughout the year. On the school visits, the team teaches the children what healthy foods you should eat, how to keep your teeth clean and how to floss.Thereafter, the children leave their toothbrushes at school. In the morning before class starts, the teachers make sure they brush their teeth.Climbing Mount KilimanjaroMushwana says the team will leave Johannesburg for Tanzania on 3 June 2017. He and others will climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, to raise funds.Kili, as it is affectionately known, rises about 4,900 metres from its base to 5,895 metres above sea level.The group aims to raise R10-million to build a Dental Marathon House in Bloemfontein.“Before we leave for Tanzania, we will have a press conference to show what the Dental Marathon House will look like,” says Mushwana.The Dental Marathon HouseAt the Dental Marathon House, children will get free oral healthcare and education, such as free check-ups, explains Mushwana.“We are going to open a head office in Johannesburg. The Dental Marathon House will be established in Bloemfontein.”In addition, the group plans to set up two mobile clinics that will travel throughout South Africa. “We will set up the first mobile clinic with a truck, which will have two dental chairs at the back.”One such mobile clinic will cost R2.2-million.Setting up a global footprintFollowing the Dental Marathon House in Bloemfontein, the organisation wants to establish a Dental Marathon House in Limpopo and the Eastern Cape. Once these are complete, the Dental Marathon team has their eye on building houses across the continent.Anyone can partner with the organisation. “We’re not looking for hand outs. We’re looking for a hand to partner with,” says Mushwana. “This brand will continue to grow.”Mushwana says Africa needs more problem solvers. “Most challenges are going to be solved by young people… Within each of us we have the solutions.”The Dental Marathon team consists of an executive board and volunteers. “The young people who serve as volunteers learn things such as how to serve and also to build relationships.”Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa materiallast_img read more

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Spa Bath Shower Make Up Wash Face Cosmetic Headband Hair Band Pink, A tad short but just ok

first_imgWill do the task it was supposed to do.I like it it fits good the only thing was the time it took to occur.Fantastic quialty get there on time great valuenice thick velcro sticker on the band.Key specs for Spa Bath Shower Make Up Wash Face Cosmetic Headband Hair Band Pink:Product Name : Spa Headband;Main Material : Cotton BlendsColor : Pink;Flat Size : 52 x 8cm/ 20.5″ x 3.1″(Girth*W)Fir for Head Girth : 45-48cm/ 17.7″-18.9”Net Weight : 33gPackage Content : 1 x Spa HeadbandComments from buyers“It was really good and helped me a lot, Great product :), A tad short but just ok, Bargain of the century, great quality. Thank you, Good quality for the price”It was genuinely very good and aided me a lot. I purchased only 1 at 1st. It took far more than three months to appear, alright i knew that. It was actually superior and helped me a whole lot. Then i purchased three much more and they were being not the similar with the 1st a single, it was not the exact same excellent, that’s why i have set four stars. But they are okay for the cost.Attractive pastel cosmetic band – velcro extremely safe, wonderful high-quality.Took a long time to arrive but does what it really is meant to and is relaxed to wear.Love this merchandise but it is just a bit massive on my head.Ok the packing was not very excellent so it got marked in the article.It really is really delicate and essay to wore on.Failed to acquire that long to get there when purchased also retains my hair out of the way when washing my face or implementing my make-up good fit on head also.I can’t quite fully grasp how this kind of a good item can price so little. This is a pretty neat tiny headband. My second one particular – cannot have also lots of.Gained this merchandise for my attractiveness aspect occupation functions perfect for facials or any facial treatments. Very straightforward to wash and will come up brand new. Came with in three months of purchasing which was only down slide.Pleasantly surprised with the high-quality of the product or service.Does what is states on the tin.A bit short but does the job. Would be excellent if current in white and with a couple centimetres excess. My head measures 56-57cm which is an regular measurement and it is somewhat limited.Relatively smaller – as other reviewers have explained, if it experienced been an inch bigger it would have been wonderful.last_img read more

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Buying puts

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Jon Scheve, Superior Feed Ingredients, LLCArguably the Aug. 10 USDA report is the biggest of the year because it provides the first estimated yields for the upcoming harvest. With population estimated counts the highest ever, and ear weight estimates lower than the past two years but still on the high side, the USDA is predicting a 178.4 average national yield.The weather throughout the growing season has been very good for a large percentage of the Corn Belt to this point. Even if there is widespread dry weather throughout the Midwest during the last half of August, I’m not sure how much of a negative impact there would be on yields. On the other hand, I think some timely rains could still have a positive impact on yields going into harvest.That being said, I’m not bearish corn long-term. Even if national yields would climb another 3 bushels per acre, next year’s carryout would still be lower than this year. Plus, corn demand estimates have been increasing too. As along as the expected demand is maintained, I think there is upside potential for corn after the harvest is complete. The upside in the corn market would be magnified if the national yield were to drop going into the end of the year.Bean yield estimates also increased. Demand for old crop was increased as well with this report but with the ongoing trade issues the export demand picture for beans doesn’t look great. To keep bean prices from sliding further, we’ll need either hot and dry weather for the next month or Chinese trade issues will need to be resolved. Even if current yield estimates are accurate and the trade issues were resolved overnight, prices over $10 may prove to be difficult.Long-time followers know I’m usually not a fan of buying puts. I just don’t like putting protections in place well below wherever current prices may happen to be. If I’m concerned prices are going lower, it usually makes more sense for me to just sell, instead of paying money for protection and the right of hoping for a rally.Sill, sometimes you have to break your own rules. I was worried corn yield estimates on the August report could exceed market estimates. So on 7/31/18 when Sep corn futures were $3.70, I did the following 2 trades at the same time:I bought Sep $3.60 puts to cover 50% of my 2018 production for 4 centsI sold a March $3.90 call for 24.5 cents on 10% of my 2018 production.Basically, I bought 5 – Sep puts for every 1 – March call I sold.After commissions, I was able to net just over a 1 cent premium between the 2 trades. What Does This Mean?These trades, along with all of my other positions already in place provide me with good protection for any outcome of the August USDA report.With a Bullish Report – I only have to sell 10% of my production for slightly below $4 pending where prices are in late February.Under a Bearish Report – I’m protected at only 10 cents below what the market was trading for the day I made the trade until August 24th two weeks after the report.In a Sideways Report – All of my other trades that I have already working likely would put additional money in my “pot of premium” to add to my sales prices later.There is a chance that both trades could actually get hit. Prices could tumble in the next 2 weeks and I could have the puts make money or get exercised and then after harvest the market could rally high enough that my March calls also get exercised. Before the report and now after, I would be happy with that outcome knowing what I know today.Why Did You Place These Trades?I wanted some protection in place if there was a corn market free-fall through August after the USDA report. On 7/31, much of the data I was looking at indicated yields could be higher than the trade was expecting. Plus, for the last few years corn’s low for the year has been around the end of August.If the USDA would stun the trade with lower than predicted yields, this trade would only cap me at having to sell grain at $3.90 on March futures.If the USDA provided a neutral report, corn prices would likely remain sideways for the next few weeks. I have several trades in place already that would allow me to capitalize on this market situation. So in my mind I didn’t really see any downside to the outcome of the report.After placing the trades above and before the report, several farmers asked me what I wanted the report to say. I told them it didn’t really matter, because I had safeguards and opportunities put into place for all possible scenarios, so I would be comfortable with any outcome. And generally, that’s my preferred approach to my grain marketing strategy. Like all farmers I want prices to rally obviously, but I’m also prepared if prices don’t rally and am comfortable with that outcome too. Jon grew up raising corn and soybeans on a farm near Beatrice, NE. Upon graduation from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln, he became a grain merchandiser and has been trading corn, soybeans and other grains for the last 18 years, building relationships with end-users in the process. After successfully marketing his father’s grain and getting his MBA, 10 years ago he started helping farmer clients market their grain based upon his principals of farmer education, reducing risk, understanding storage potential and using basis strategy to maximize individual farm operation profits. A big believer in farmer education of futures trading, Jon writes a weekly commentary to farmers interested in learning more and growing their farm operations.Trading of futures, options, swaps and other derivatives is risky and is not suitable for all persons. All of these investment products are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. Each investment product is offered only to and from jurisdictions where solicitation and sale are lawful, and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in such jurisdiction. The information provided here should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research before making your investment decisions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC is merely providing this information for your general information and the information does not take into account any particular individual’s investment objectives, financial situation, or needs. All investors should obtain advice based on their unique situation before making any investment decision. The contents of this communication and any attachments are for informational purposes only and under no circumstances should they be construed as an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation to buy or sell any future, option, swap or other derivative. The sources for the information and any opinions in this communication are believed to be reliable, but Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of such information or opinions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC and its principals and employees may take positions different from any positions described in this communication. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. He can be contacted at [email protected]last_img read more

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TFA AFL TIPPING COMPETITION UP AND RUNNING

first_imgThe Touch Football Australia Australian Football League Tipping competition is back in full swing for season 2007.Existing members do not have to rejoin.New members can register and submit their tips by clicking onto the “TFA Tipping competition” logo on the left side of the home page and following the prompts.Good luck and happy tipping!last_img

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