AgWeb.com will have full coverage of USDA's May 9 Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates reports, following the 11 a.m. CDT releases.
WASDE: New-Crop Numbers on Tap
USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates released May 9 will provide the industry with its first official snapshot of the new-crop year.
Wheat Extends Drop Before USDA Report
Wheat declined for a third day in Chicago before a government report that may project ample world supplies even as drought damages U.S. crops.
China Demand Boosts Soybean Imports
Animal-feed consumption in the country has begun to recover from a bearish first quarter, when concerns over the H7N9 avian flu virus caused poultry producers to curb inventories.
What's Needed to Push Corn Prices Above $5?
Lately, $5 has had a tight grip on the corn market. Bob Utterback shares what factors will have to play out to pull prices higher.
Corn Looking for a Buzzer Beater
Corn saw a late start, but can it score enough planted acres in May to match crop expectations? Jerry Gulke shares his thoughts.
The Allendale Wake-Up Call: USDA Gives First Look at 2014 Production
The Hueber Report: Morning Comments - What Will Uncle Sam Have in Store for Us?
Cash Grain Insights: WASDE Pre-Report Expectations
Grain Hedge: Old-Crop Soybeans Surge into USDA Reports
Current Marketing Thoughts: Will the USDA Play Its Bullish Cards?
The Hueber Report: Morning Comments - Where Did Our Corn Demand Go?
Grain Hedge: Grain Market Looks Toward Friday Report
Farmland Forecast: USDA Weekly Exports: Domestic and Global Pressures Cause Major Grain Market Fluctuation
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