Acreage Lags Behind Hemp Innovation

Acreage Lags Behind Hemp Innovation

Figures from the latest USDA NASS National Hemp Report show a downward trend in both acreage and market size for all major hemp segments. Within this data are modest gains for fiber hemp in states like Missouri and Virginia, each posting gains of less than 100 acres in 2022.

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High commodity prices, especially for oilseeds, will continue to affect growers’ planting intentions. Energy markets will also continue to have knock-on effects in oilseed markets, largely driven by a combination of state and federal policy that can leverage enormous demand, as previously witnessed with ethanol markets.

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06.24.2024

Stable biodiesel production leaves supply, prices unchanged in crude glycerin market

Stable biodiesel production leaves supply, prices unchanged in crude glycerin market

Glycerin prices held steady on Monday June 24, with producers and traders reporting little change to begin the week.

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Cattle slaughter continues to lag 2022, 2023 levels

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Hog slaughter slightly higher into July; May cattle placed on feed higher

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The US domestic protein market was quiet on Monday June 24, with no price changes reported.

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