Pre-report Coverage of June 30 Acreage, Grain Stocks Reports

June 29, 2017 04:15 PM
 
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See all of the pre-report data coverage and analysis ahead of USDA's June 30 Acreage and Grain Stocks reports.


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Will the June 30 Reports Sink or Surge Grain Prices?

On Friday, June 30, USDA will release its much-anticipated Acreage and Grain Stocks reports. What surprises could this round of reports hold? While market analysts aren’t expecting great shifts from the March 31 acreage estimates, the June 30 reports typically cause market excitement. Read more.

Will Soybean Acres Surpass Corn This Year?

Ahead of the USDA's June 30 crop production report, market analysts and producers have been wondering if soybean acres will finally surpass corn acres planted for the first time since the Ag Department first began reporting acres. Read more.

Continue to Expect Bearish Activity Toward Friday's Acreage Report

Matt Bennett, owner of Bennett Consulting, is expecting the most important part of the report will be acreage. He says the lean for most people will be less corn acres and more soybean acres. Read more.

Have We Already Seen Our Summer Rally?

In the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) report, corn conditions went up a few points in the “excellent” category. While that may be true, there’s a lot of variability that seems extreme to have another record-setting crop in 2017. Read more.

Did Farmers Really Plant Less Corn Acres?

Traders are preparing for the results of the USDA report tomorrow and the holiday shortened trading week ahead. Weather forecast changes when we return from the holiday could set the price trend for row crops. Read more.

Countdown to Important USDA Reports

Trade average estimates are for a decrease in corn acres planted and an increase in soybean acres planted compared to the March USDA numbers. Allendale’s Chief Strategist, Rich Nelson thinks we could see an increase in corn planted area on this report because of the way USDA surveys farmers. Read more.

Will Soybean Acres Surpass Corn This Year?

Ahead of the USDA's June 30 crop production report, market analysts and producers have been wondering if soybean acres will finally surpass corn acres planted for the first time since the Ag Department first began reporting acres. Read more.

Wheat Continue To Catapult On Drought Concerns

Kevin McNew of Grain Hedge speculates what the USDA's June 30 reports will hold for farmers. Watch now.

 

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