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  • Video

    German Lawmakers Oppose Bayer-Monsanto Deal


    09/27/2016 09:08 AM

    U.S. lawmaker and farmers who are skeptical of a proposed Bayer-Monsanto merger have company: German lawmakers also oppose the deal.

     

  • Have we found value?
    09/27/2016 08:38 AM
  • Russia Reports Sluggish Wheat Sales
    09/27/2016 08:24 AM

    Russian wheat exports haven’t lived up to expectations so far this season as falling prices made some growers reluctant to sell grain to traders amid a halt in purchases by Egypt, the world’s largest buyer.

  • Morning Market Audio 9/27/16
    09/27/2016 08:03 AM
  • Bulls Look to Turnaround Tuesday for Support
    09/27/2016 05:10 AM Grain markets are higher as grain market bulls look for support from a "turn around Tuesday". Traders in all markets are discussing the reality of a Trump or Clinton presidency after last night's debate.
  • Global Glut, Strong Dollar Pushing Down Markets
    09/26/2016 03:34 PM

    China’s insatiable demand is boosting soybean prices, while wheat is facing headwinds of a global glut and foreign competitors with weaker currencies, according to analysts.

     

  • Video
    Sell Soybeans, Store Corn
    09/26/2016 02:17 PM

    As harvest gets rolling, producers throughout farm country are faced with a looming question: How should I market this grain to make the most money possible?

  • A little leveler playing field
    09/26/2016 10:22 AM
  • What's Happening in South America This Week
    09/26/2016 09:42 AM

    Even though Brazil will be importing corn this year, it is still exporting corn and other ag exports in record amounts. But after feeling the effect of a corn shortage from last year’s drought, Brazil’s BRF SA (the world's largest poultry producer) is making forward purchases of corn. And corn production is down in the country’s largest corn-producing state.

  • Morning Market Audio 9/26/16
    09/26/2016 07:58 AM
  • USDA Stocks Report On Friday Important To Bean Traders
    09/26/2016 05:45 AM Grain markets are lower as weather forecasts project a better harvest week ahead. Follow through technical selling is also weighing on prices. The US Dollar is lower with crude oil higher. Stock indices are lower as traders prepare for several macro events this week.
  • Current Year Apple Projections and Data in Thus Far
    09/25/2016 05:14 PM Washington state is the largest producer of apples and this year's crop will be the second largest ever (right behind 2014).
  • Gulke: Harvest Delays Send Grain Prices Sideways
    09/24/2016 04:54 AM

    Regardless of strong yields, prices are finding a footing. What farmers need now is some traditional fall weather, says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group.

  • Headwinds Could Slow Dairy Export Shipments
    09/23/2016 04:13 PM

    Shipping industry turmoil increases freight rates and slows shipments of goods crossing the Pacific.

  • To Make An Omelet
    09/23/2016 03:59 PM Some sources attribute the phrase “To make an omelet, you must first crack eggs” to Napoleon Bonaparte, or to Robespierre. It was also apparently used by Stalin. Other sources prefer to attribute the phrase to Anon. The point, of course, is that some sacrifice must often be made to create a better or more usable situation. There is no such thing as free energy, and free lunches only exist in politics or dealer days. I would argue that neither end up being free!
  • Audio
    'Harvest Pressure' Has not Hampered Corn, Soy Futures
    09/23/2016 09:38 AM

    Corn and soybean futures have not been hampered by so-called “harvest pressure,” with grain markets mixed in early trading Thursday, according to analyst Joe Vaclavik of Standard Grain.

  • Morning Market Audio 9/23/16
    09/23/2016 08:03 AM
  • Grain Markets Continue Consolidation
    09/23/2016 05:13 AM Grain markets are lower on the last trading day of the week. Crude oil is also lower ahead of this afternoon's Baker Hughes rig count data.