Stocks to Use Ratio for Soybeans and Corn Continues lower

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Stocks to Use Ratio for Soybeans and Corn Continues lower

The February World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) released by the USDA showed a continued tightening in domestic stocks for corn and soybeans, while the wheat balance sheet was left unchanged. Both corn and soybeans reflect higher expectations in export activity leading to narrowed stock projections.

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Organic Grain Long-term Volume Contracts Might Drive Hedging

Organic Grain Long-term Volume Contracts Might Drive Hedging

Indian soybean prices are rising. The NCDEX board prices are at a February delivery contract high. The Rupee is...

Fats, Oils, & Fuels Webinar 2/9/21: Customer Q&A

Fats, Oils, & Fuels Webinar 2/9/21: Customer Q&A

Video shorts from the Fats, Oils, & Fuels Webinar Report Our team of Senior Analysts break down questions from...

Shoe Sales Expected to See Upswing in Mid-Late 2021

Shoe Sales Expected to See Upswing in Mid-Late 2021

Upholstery demand continues to bring hide interest, but bids are lower than the last traded levels at this...

Vegetable Oil Prices Fall on Export Concern and Oilseed Drop

Vegetable Oil Prices Fall on Export Concern and Oilseed Drop

Vegetable oil prices declined on Tuesday as concerns about the potential for slowing export demand pressured palm oil prices...

Shipping Hemp

Shipping Hemp

Domestic shipping options for hemp have evolved considerably since the Farm Bill’s passage in 2018.  The messiest period was...

Organic Egg Sales Trend Higher

Organic Egg Sales Trend Higher

Organic egg sales volumes continue to rise at a robust pace in January, according to The Jacobsen. The overall...

Fats, Oils, & Fuels Webinar 2/2/21: Customer Q&A

Fats, Oils, & Fuels Webinar 2/2/21: Customer Q&A

Video shorts from the Fats, Oils, & Fuels Webinar Report Our team of Senior Analysts break down questions from...

Exports, Weather, and South America Keep Grains Moving

Exports, Weather, and South America Keep Grains Moving

Grains prices recovered ground lost the week prior.  Low stocks for corn and beans will continue to ensure volatility remains...

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02.26.2024

Braya Begins Renewable Diesel Production in Newfoundland

Braya Begins Renewable Diesel Production in Newfoundland

Braya Renewable Fuels announced their facility in the city of Come By Chance, Newfoundland commenced commercial operations. Initial renewable dieseel production capacity is expected to reach 18,000 barrels...

02.26.2024

Hog Slaughter Forecast Lower Heading into April

Hog Slaughter Forecast Lower Heading into April

There were no confirmed trades in the market and bids and offers were quiet to start the week.
The USDA estimated hog slaughter for last week at 2.578 million...

02.26.2024

Cattle Slaughter Forecast Under 2023 into March

Cattle Slaughter Forecast Under 2023 into March

The markets were rangebound Monday on limited trade reports. 

For the week ending March 2, 2024, cattle slaughter is forecast at 600,000 head, 4.1 percent down from 2023...

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