AgWeb.com will have full coverage of USDA's July 11 Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates reports, following the 11 a.m. CDT releases.
Beans Could Drop Into Single Digits
USDA won’t update its projected corn or soybean yields in Friday’s WASDE report, but with prime growing conditions, analysts are focused on yield anyway.
Corn Trades Near Four-Year Low on Outlook for Record U.S. Crop
Corn entered a bear market this month as most U.S. crops developed in good condition and a USDA report showed inventories were larger than expected.
Where Will Grain Prices Find Support?
How low will corn and soybean prices go? Here’s what to watch, according to Mike Florez of Florez Trading.
AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 7-9-14
Doug Werling of Bower Trading says the soybean market has not been made to date. Lower prices create demand. The year is not over yet so take time and take advantage when it presents itself.
AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 7-8-14
Kevin Van Trump of Farm Direction says we are continuing a downhill tumble in prices. Record acres and record yields will create a record crop. Friday's report will probably be bearish.
Soybeans Slide as Conditions Indicate Record Harvest
Soybeans fell for a seventh session in Chicago on signs that U.S. crops remain in good condition, boosting prospects for a record harvest.
Corn Avalanche on Horizon as Rain Trumps Planting Drop
In Iowa, the top U.S. grower, fields show "phenomenal yield potential," said Todd Claussen, director of agronomy at Ames-based Farmers Cooperative Co.
Are There Hidden Fireworks in the Grain Markets?
With this year looking like the perfect recipe for high yields, the downward pressure on prices is strong, says market expert Jerry Gulke.
Outlook Today: Looking Ahead to Friday’s Crop Production Reports