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MARKETS 15:34PM Dec 06, 2019

Post-Thanksgiving Trading Trend Holds True … So Far

Thanksgiving can be one of those lines in the sand for the grain markets. History shows markets commonly made a trend change around the fall holiday.


Paul Georgy

Traders Look to USDA as Week Ends

Good Morning from Allendale, Inc. with the early morning commentary for December 6, 2019. Grain markets were mixed again this overnight as traders mull estimates for next Tuesday's USDA report
08:00AM Dec 07, 2019 Make an investment in your operation by joining your peers
03:53PM Dec 06, 2019
Little Changes Make Big Conservation Improvements On South Dakota Farm
One South Dakota producer shows it doesn’t take big adjustments
03:12PM Dec 06, 2019 Everyone has a Bad Day now and then. The secret
04:46AM Dec 09, 2019 Good Morning from Allendale, Inc. with the early morning commentary
09:28AM Dec 08, 2019 Many of you have insurance for rock damage to your
01:51PM Dec 06, 2019 Extend your grain’s shelf life with smart management
08:00AM Dec 08, 2019 The national dairy animal care standards program will be updated
08:00AM Dec 07, 2019 Could a simple administration of “good” digestive bugs improve the
03:35PM Dec 06, 2019 Cash-traded weaner pig reported volume was above average this past
07:00AM Dec 08, 2019 By Alfredo Gutierrez: Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico The Mexican government’s decision
02:37AM Dec 08, 2019 The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced $23.5 million in
02:11PM Dec 06, 2019 As Congress looks to wrap up work before Christmas, there
05:09AM Dec 09, 2019 I am scheduled for early morning travel to begin this
09:57AM Dec 08, 2019 Feel free to contact Oliver with any questions or comments
05:08PM Dec 06, 2019 Market Watch with Alan Brugler Dec 6, 2019 Work to
02:55PM Dec 06, 2019
Arctic Air Moving in Next Week
Meteorologist Mike Hoffman has an update on the Drought Monitor
11:56AM Dec 06, 2019 Watch to see how these weather factors unfold in early
10:16AM Dec 02, 2019
Mother Nature to Provide Few Spring Field Work Windows Again in 2020
A wet weather pattern isn't helping harvest progress, and the