The United States is starting to see harvest pressure from South America lift. This is not uncommon once the harvest in those countries gets t…

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Very few changes were made to the U.S. corn or soybean balance sheets in the July WASDE report. Corn yield was left unchanged at 179.5 bushels…

Rationing has been a primary factor in price discovery all marketing year. It is quite likely we will see this continue well into the next mar…

Comparisons are being made between this year and similar ones in recent history, and one analysts are starting to refer to is 2014. Soybean ca…

We are starting to see a few alternatives to the current supply and demand outlook for U.S. soybeans. The USDA is currently predicting old cro…

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By far, weather is the predominant fundamental factor in today’s trade. Many analysts are comparing this year to those in recent history, and …

Now that the planting season is winding down, more analysts are starting to release their own yield estimates. The USDA is using a trend yield…

We are starting to see a shift in market focus from soybeans to corn. While soybean reserves will remain tight this year and next, trade is sh…

The recent trend of using wheat as a feed ingredient is showing no signs of slowing. The USDA is currently estimating global wheat feeding of …

The initial production numbers on this year’s U.S. corn and soybean crops from the USDA were as expected. The USDA pegged this year’s corn yie…

We are starting to see more interest in potential new crop U.S. balance sheets and more of an emphasis on corn. A tight new crop soybean carry…

We are starting to see a shift in market attention from soybean balance sheets to corn figures. Given the lower acreage numbers being predicte…

Soybean consumption in the United States has shown no sign of slowing in spite of rationing attempts. According to data from Ag Resources, U.S…

Much of the domestic supply and demand data in the April WASDE report was as expected. Corn carryout was reduced 150 million bushels as feed u…

The United States has seen the return of China as its leading commodity export destination. The U.S. has now recovered nearly all business tha…

Trade was surprised by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s acreage estimates, as for corn and soybeans the totals were well below average exp…

We are starting to see more interest on corn sales and how they may be greater than the USDA predicts. Cumulative corn sales are now 96% of th…

It is quite likely our current yearly corn and soybean export forecasts are too low. Corn sales for the marketing year already total 2.32 bill…

In a somewhat surprising move the U.S. Department of Agriculture left carryout estimates on corn, soybeans, and wheat unchanged from last mont…

U.S. Department of Agriculture forecasters are warning that net farm income will likely be down in 2021 from 2020. Forecasters believe net far…

The winter weather that has hit the United States is creating logistic issues for the ag industry. Country movement is practically non-existen…

The corn balance sheets that were released this month were less friendly than trade had been expecting. The U.S. corn carryout was trimmed a m…

Census domestic usage numbers for the month of December have been released with weaker numbers on corn. Corn use for ethanol in December total…

Final data has been tallied and as expected, China failed to reach their Phase 1 import obligations. Data indicates China imported $100 billio…

The United States continues to see record demand for its corn, soybeans, and wheat in the global market. Current cumulative corn sales stand a…

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The long-awaited January supply and demand figures were more friendly for corn than expected. The U.S. corn yield was lowered 3.8 bushels per …