The U.S. soybean market in 2017 will continue to feel the effects of China’s insatiable appetite, according to analysts and ag economists.
In two short years cattle markets have flipped from record highs to depressing lows. What lies ahead for the cattle industry?
Despite a tepid forecast, cotton growers won’t “spit the bit” in 2017, particularly with no safe haven crop in sight, but rice producers may be in for a significant acreage dip.
The king of the crop world might lose ground in 2017. Weak prices combined with more appealing profits on alternative crops means corn acres could be down next year.
Barring a weather catastrophe next spring, analysts expect 2017 hay prices to remain in the same range they’ve been this year.
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It appears the pendulum has swung back the other way for sorghum. This crop enjoyed a large uptick in acres in 2016 but the latest estimates from USDA indicate sorghum is poised to lose all that ground back, and then some.
Analysts expect an even greater global wheat glut in 2017 to drive down prices and whittle away at acreage.
Pork producers have definitely seen better times than the present, but there are some bright spots on the horizon.
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