The majority of the talk surrounding this year’s crop sizes is the reduction of corn acres from March to June. This totaled 5 million and was …

We are at a stage of the growing season when analysts start looking at past years and try to determine what may happen this year on crop devel…

Soil moisture content is starting to become more of a topic in today’s market. While still adequate, there are concerns over what could happen…

The majority of the talk surrounding this year’s crop sizes the reduction of corn acres from March to June. This totaled 5 million and was the…

According to the USDA, U.S. corn stocks as of June 1 totaled 5.22 billion bushels, nearly equal to last year’s inventory, and well above trade…

The condition ratings of the U.S. crops remain better than normal for this time of year. What is more noticeable than the high Good to Excelle…

One of the biggest hindrances the United States is seeing in the global market is being price competitive with other suppliers. The obvious on…

There is a mixed opinion being formed when it comes to current U.S. weather conditions. Drier forecasts are being made for regions that have b…

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More interest is again being placed on the fringe areas of the Corn Belt, with most on North Dakota. The USDA has cut 2019 corn production in …

Global commodity demand on a whole remains depressed from the COVID-19 outbreak. A big reason for this is the lack of travel and tourism which…

The USDA has released the details of its COVID-19 relief package for U.S. farmers. This package will provide $16 billion for U.S. crop farmers…

The long-awaited May supply and demand report was released with mostly as expected numbers for the United States. On the domestic side, ending…

One hindrance to U.S. corn exports at the present time is quality, especially out of the Pacific Northwest. A reported 94% of the corn being l…

Even though it is early, there are two different patterns developing in the Corn Belt on crop production. Some regions of the Corn Belt are se…

We are starting to see a shift in farmer attitude across the U.S. More farmers are now getting ready for the spring planting season, which wil…

The Farm Credit Administration is asking farm lenders to show leniency when it comes to farm loans in the current economic situation. The Admi…

Prospective acres for this year’s crops came in well above estimates on corn, while soybeans and wheat predictions fell under the average trad…

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The global market is seeing signs of the coronavirus stabilizing in some countries. Most of the attention is on Italy, South Korea and China w…

February milk output shot higher, thanks to an increased herd size and favorable weather. The Agriculture Department’s preliminary data in its…

More attention is starting to be placed on Chinese soybean trade with the United States, or the lack thereof. At the present time the United S…

The USDA opted to leave ending stocks unchanged on corn, soybeans, and wheat from the February release. This kept ending stocks estimates at 1…

The long-awaited implementation period for the Phase 1 trade agreement has ended and trade is now waiting for indications of actual Chinese de…

Coronavirus remained the topic of the week, in the media and the markets, every market, including dairy, and there is no end in sight, though …

While the data is already over a week old, trade continues to go back to a few of the figures that were released in the Ag Outlook Forum in Wa…

Trade is becoming less optimistic on the benefits of the Phase 1 trade agreement between the U.S. and China. The U.S. has not seen a build in …