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08/07/2014
Wheat Declines in Chicago as Traders Focus on Russia Outlook
Wheat declined in Chicago for the first time in seven days with traders focused on possible disruptions from Russia, the fifth-biggest grain exporter. Wheat declined in Chicago for the first time in seven days with traders focused on possible disruptions from Russia, the fifth-biggest grain exporter. Wheat for September delivery dropped 0.7 percent to $5.64 a bushel by 4:10 a.m. on the Chicago Board of Trade. Prices rose 9.2 percent the past six days on prospects for...
08/06/2014
AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 8-6-14
Andy Shissler of Roach Ag Marketing says there is action between Russia and Ukraine. We exported corn to Columbia. Weather looks OK for crop growth. Markets are choppy and very volatile. AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 8-6-14
04/21/2014
AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 4-21-14
Jim Riley of The Gulke Group says planters are beginning to roll. Ukraine/Russia information is limited. Some concern about colder weather forecast for the Midwest. Corn exports are higher. Old crop beans are starting to disappear. AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 4-21-14
04/15/2014
Black Sea Corn Seen Gaining Export Share After Bumper Harvest
The biggest corn crops ever in the Black Sea region last season have allowed Ukraine and Russia to increase their global share of export markets. The biggest corn crops ever in the Black Sea region last season have allowed Ukraine and Russia to increase their global share of export markets, Oil World said. Combined exports from Ukraine and Russia reached a record 19.4 million metric tons from September through March, accounting for 30 percent of total...
03/04/2014
AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-4-14
Kevin Van Trump of Farm Direction says the Russia/Ukraine situation may last longer than most think. If Ukraine lowers their exports it could affect world prices. AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-4-14
10/10/2013
AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 10-10-13
Craig VanDyke of Top Third Ag Marketing says the outside markets are positive waiting on a meeting in Washington. No export numbers but sales seem to be growing. Wheat is supported because Russia hasn't planted as much. AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 10-10-13
06/13/2012
Dairy Organizations Applaud Senate Step Forward on U.S.-Russia Trade Relations
Bipartisan legislation would enable U.S. companies to expand exports to Russia when it joins the World Trade Organization this year. Bipartisan legislation would enable U.S. companies to expand exports to Russia when it joins the World Trade Organization this year. The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) applauded this week’s introduction of legislation to extend Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) to...
01/03/2011
AgDay: 01/03/2011
Jim Bower and Al Pell Discuss using the insurance method of puts and calls to make money in the market. And as U.S. agriculture heads for record export sales in 2011, Russia seeks to join the World Trade Organization. We'' tell you how it could impact American ag coming up. AgDay: 01/03/2011
10/18/2010
Seedstock Sales Opportunities Expand Overseas
While the industry focuses on beef exports, Angus producer Bill Davis sees growing opportunities for selling breeding stock to countries like Russia. Seedstock Sales Opportunities Expand Overseas
06/07/2010
Russia Goes for World Dominance - in Wheat!
Russia is striving to become the number 1 wheat exporter Russia Goes for World Dominance - in Wheat! I had a post from about two weeks ago about the USDA predicting that Russia would become a larger exporter of wheat than the US by about 2019. Bloomberg Businessweek just wrote an article on how Russia is fighting for World Dominance - in Wheat!.  The article recaps that Russia is able to sell their wheat to Egypt for about 7% cheaper than...

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