Find out what happened in the markets today.
U.S. gains more access to Japan and Canada, but opens market to some New Zealand products
Ban is forcing a shift of dairy supplies from Europe to other global markets, where competition for buyers is intensifying.
China may have just agreed to import a record amount of U.S. soybeans, but American farmers still face plenty of uncertainty from their largest customer.
Grain and soy complex futures are under pressure today as traders even positions ahead of Friday's USDA Crop Production and Supply & Demand Reports.
U.S. beef and pork exports struggled in August, remaining below year-ago levels, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
Market analysts anticipate USDA to raise their estimate on the U.S. soybean yield in Friday’s October Crop Production report while reducing the corn yield estimate.
Lighter shipments of cheese and whey were a drag on overall volume.
While Glencore Plc is out of favor with investors, Cargill Inc. is showing that commodity traders can still get it right, even in a bear market.