Early Crop Planting Progress Ahead of Schedule

Category: Grain and Feed Ingredients

Early Crop Planting Progress Ahead of Schedule

 

Soil Moisture an Issue Across much of The Great Plains States

Spring planting is accelerating.  Corn growing states have 13 of 18 states reporting progress, while cotton states have five of 15 reporting.  USDA March planting intentions for corn are 91.1 million acres.  The latest weekly report indicates that four percent of the crop has been planted, up from two percent last week and a point over both last year's planting pace and the five-year historical average. Remaining acres to be planted are estimated at 626.8...

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China’s Export Appetite Slowed Last Week

China’s Export Appetite Slowed Last Week

Weekly soybean export sales for the 2020/21 marketing year of negative 92.5 thousand metric tons (TMT) were noticeably below...

DDGS Average Price Falls in March

DDGS Average Price Falls in March

 

Iowa DDGS Values to Trend Lower

Commodity prices...

Grain and Feed Mixed as Traders Look Forward to USDA Data

Grain and Feed Mixed as Traders Look Forward to USDA Data

Grain and Feed Mixed as Traders Look Forward to USDA Data Most grain and feed markets rebounded on Friday,...

China and Mexico Remain Strong Buyers of Corn and Wheat

China and Mexico Remain Strong Buyers of Corn and Wheat

 

Exports Exceed Analyst Projections for Corn and Wheat

Weekly soybean export sales for the 2020/21 marketing...

WASDE Balance Sheets for Corn and Soybeans Unchanged

WASDE Balance Sheets for Corn and Soybeans Unchanged

The March World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) released by the USDA were unchanged for corn, soybeans, and...

Grains End Week Higher Despite Two-Day Slide

Grains End Week Higher Despite Two-Day Slide

Grain prices finished the week stronger despite Thursday's sell off. Grain prices had limited follow through allow weekly prices...

Stocks to Use Ratio for Soybeans and Corn Continues lower

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...

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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04.14.2021

Inflation Fears and Technical Buying Drive Soy Oil Higher

Inflation Fears and Technical Buying Drive Soy Oil Higher

Inflation Fears and Technical Buying Drive Soy Oil Higher

Agricultural and energy prices surged higher on Wednesday, driving soybean oil prices sharply higher. Most palm oil...

04.14.2021

Apparel & Leather Goods Supply Chain Complications Persist

Apparel & Leather Goods Supply Chain Complications Persist

Steer prices dropped $1.50-$3 on some selections today. Bids from Chinese buyers are very limited and a few dollars lower than last week’s trading levels. Bids from Korea continue...

04.13.2021

Disease Resistant Hemp Requires Research and Time

Disease Resistant Hemp Requires Research and Time

Cannabis selection has occured over thousands of years, for the intoxicating resin or fibrous characteristics.  Selection was retarded in much of the world due to prohibition, but pockets of breeding...

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