Food Corn Leads non-GMO Category; Mexico Policy to Drive Feed Segment

Food Corn Leads non-GMO Category; Mexico Policy to Drive Feed Segment

Food-grade corn is a small portion of both conventional and organic field corn markets, estimated at less than five percent, according to one major buyer.  For some producers, it is an appealing marketing option, but this is limited by geography.  Frito Lay in Sidney, Illinois contracts grain with 125 farmers within a 60-mile radius of the facility.

Non-GMO corn is a growing market, with non-GMO soybeans also showing considerable growth, according to merchandisers who described current sales volumes within the context of historical ones. 

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03.01.2024

Cold, Winter Weather Impact January Soybean Crush

Cold, Winter Weather Impact January Soybean Crush

**Bob Lane was out of the office today and will return on Monday, March 4, 2024.**

U.S. soybean crushing volumes totaled 195 million bushels in January, the USDA reported on...

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Week Closes with Active Gulf Market

Week Closes with Active Gulf Market

Used cooking oil (UCO) traded as low as 39.5 cts/lb into the Gulf market with bids and offers heard in a wide range over the last 24 hours. Offers...

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Animal Proteins – Friday

Animal Proteins – Friday

The market was quiet today with no changes. 

Looking at the monthly averages in February, the markets were mixed in terms of price direction with intra-month volatility seen. 

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