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...
The Jacobsen has been in the agricultural commodities pricing business for well over 150+ years. With that experience, we have a long history of practical knowledge and proprietary data to forecast pricing movements in the fats & oils space. Weekly, our team of Senior Analysts review our computer-generated pricing models, making experienced modifications based on real-world inputs.
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Our unique history of 150+ years in the Agriculture space has allowed us to amass data and experience that is unrivaled. Continually we survey the markets to gather additional insights on production and pricing so we can better inform our customers. All our data is feed into our augmented intelligence platform, Sage, where forecasting is created and measured for accuracy and refinement.
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