Below is AgWeb's full coverage of the Feb. 10 reports, which include USDA's Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE).
News & Analysis
Report to Spur Producer Selling
USDA’s sharp reductions in projected U.S. corn and wheat ending stocks sent wheat prices substantially higher and gave corn futures a post-report boost as well.
AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 2-10-14
Jim Bower of Bower Trading said the report was not a game changer. Wheat numbers might be looked at as positive.
From the News Wires
Wheat Rises After U.S. Cuts Global, Domestic Inventory Forecasts
Wheat rose for the first time in three sessions after the U.S. government cut its forecasts for domestic and global inventories.
See how the reports are affecting prices. Visit the AgWeb Markets Center.
World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates
WASDE: U.S. Corn Ending Stocks Projected Lower
WASDE: U.S. Soybean Supplies Raised to 3.46 Billion
WASDE: Total Meat Production Lowered; Milk Production Higher
WASDE: U.S. Cotton Estimates Remain Unchanged
WASDE: Rice Average Milling Yield Raised to 71%
WASDE: U.S. Wheat Supplies Dropped by 50 Million Bushels
Crop Production Reports
Crop Production: Area Harvested, Planted
Read all of AgWeb's Pre-Report Analysis of Feb. 10 Reports