Jul 11, 2014
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Stocks Estimates Two to Three Times Larger than Last Year

The old adage that big crops keep getting bigger is proving true this year, according to USDA's July World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates. MORE>
 

Soybeans Head for Longest Slump Since 1973

Soybean futures extended declines, heading for the longest slump in 41 years, after USDA projected supplies will climb in the U.S. Corn fell to a four-year low. MORE>
 

Complete Coverage of July 11 USDA Reports

See the data, read the biggest news and listen to analysis of Friday's collection of major USDA reports.  MORE>
 

2015 Budget Preview: Lower Cash Rents Ahead

Cash rents for prime farmland held tough for 2014 despite lower corn prices, but that’s about to change.  MORE>
 

U.S. Powder Sales Set New Record High

The all-time high is due largely to one export customer. MORE>
 
 





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