Will Corn Acreage Enter Free Fall?: Up to 4 million acres could shift if corn prices remain unchanged and producers look to plant more soybeans in 2015, say Chip Nellinger, Blue Reef Agri-Marketing, on the “U.S. Farm Report” Marketing Roundtable.
Soybean Exports Might Near 2 Billion Bushels: USDA projects soybean exports of 1.77 billion bushels for the 2014/15 marketing year. Yet “I think we could be closer to 2” billion bushels, explains Jamey Kohake, Paragon Investments, on “Market Rally.”
Overcome the Psychology of Lower Prices: As the weather shifts from winter to spring, the market also transitions. Fine-tune and execute your marketing plan for your stored grain, says Mark Gold, Top Third Ag Marketing.
Tips to Communicate with Your Lender: Moving into a year with lower commodity prices, there is peace knowing that lender health is strong across the Midwest, according to Peter Martin, KCOE/ISOM. Borrowing comes down to two factors: confidence in the borrower’s repayment plan and in your’s team ability to execute it.
Corn Market Holds Up ‘Fairly Well:’ In recent days, a strong U.S. dollar has contributed to commodity price movements, analysts say. Here’s what that means for the weeks ahead.