Despite uncertainties of August weather for soybean crops, grain markets “are still in bear market territory,” according to Joe Vaclavik, of Standard Grain, a marketing firm in Chicago
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says above-average rainfall kept most of Illinois' corn and soybean crops in good condition despite last week's extreme heat.
In a farming age where the grip of Palmer amaranth intensifies and expands each season, dicamba controversy is exploding beyond fields of Monsanto’s Xtend soybeans.
Farmers may feel anxious over recent dips in soybean futures, and bearish summer weather forecasts, but they shouldn’t worry. Why? Because of export superstar China with its continuing strong demand, according to Rich Nelson, chief strategist for the marketing firm Allendale, in McHenry, Ill. Here are six takeaways from Allendale’s latest soybean market outlook.
DuPont Co. posted second-quarter earnings that surpassed analysts’ estimates as cost cuts ahead of a historic merger with Dow Chemical Co. helped boost profit in every business segment.
USDA shows 35% of U.S. soybeans are already setting pods. That's nine percentage points ahead of the five year average.
Bayer and MS Technologies gained EU food and feed approval for the upcoming soybean trait technology Balance GT. The product will be accepted for import into the region.
With prices dropping, Jerry Gulke says farmers may have to rely on big yields, rather than high prices, to help their bottom line this fall.
Learn what the first viral transmission means for soybeans