Full Coverage of the March 9 USDA Reports

March 9, 2012 01:04 AM
 
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See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of the March 9 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports.

News and Analysis

USDA Raises Average Soybean Price by 30¢ per Bushel
Soybeans get a boost, but corn and wheat remain unchanged as global grain stocks tighten.

South America to Be Focus of March WASDE Reports
Initial pre-report estimates are mixed on corn but lower for soybeans.

Worst-Kept Secret: 94 Million Acres of Corn
The Ag Outlook Forum revealed some much expected market data.

Expert Insight into the March USDA Reports
Pre-report estimates and insight into the March reports.
 

Audio Analysis:

 

Reports

WASDE

Corn Balance Sheets Unchanged

Wheat Exports Continue Higher

Cotton Ending Stocks Raised

Total Meat Production Forecast Raised

Slight Changes to Rice Supply and Use

Global Oilseed Production Down


Crop Production

Crop Yield, Production

Crop Area Planted, Harvested

February Weather Summary

February Agricultural Summary

 

 

Live Discussion

Read what farmers are saying about the upcoming reports. See:

Marketing Old Crop and New Crop 2012

twitterFind out what traders and others are saying about the reports on Twitter: AgWeb's Market Tweets
 

See how the reports are affecting prices. Visit the AgWeb Markets Center.

 

Blogs and Analysis

KevinVanTrump

Current Marketing Thoughts

by Kevin Van Trump

USDA Report, Jobs Numbers and Grain Prices
There's a little more buzz circulating in the trade in regard to a paradigm shift that could be taking place in wheat, corn and soybeans.

Joseph Vaclavik

Straits Grain

by Joe Vaclavik

Simple USDA Report Summary
USDA leaves domestic balance sheet totally unchanged for corn and soybeans.

Corn, Soybean and Cattle Daily Number & Trade Ideas

by Howard Tyllas

WASDE Report for March 9
A summary of the March WASDE reports.

GrainHedge

Grain Hedge

by Brock Schimbeno

What to Expect in Tomorrow's WASDE Report
Soybeans continue to pick up ground in the new crop soybean/corn spread, and we'll look at some technical levels coming into the report.

 


 

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