Will You Plant $3.75 Corn in June?

 
Will You Plant $3.75 Corn in June?

The battle to plant the last intended corn acres in 2015 is less intense than recent years when corn prices were more attractive. Meanwhile, the market is also keeping an eye on outside markets that reflect improvement in the economy, which is especially supportive for the meat markets. We take a detailed look at the financial health of the U.S. ag sector -- and much more -- in this week's newsletter.

Pro Farmer News Editor Meghan Vick highlights this week's newsletter below:

 

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dave
nothern, IN
6/5/2015 01:04 PM
 

  you mean 3.40 corn, that's our price, NO , did not plant hardly any corn .

 
 
PullMyFinger
Chappell, NE
6/9/2015 09:46 AM
 

  According to the total losers at USDA we've already planted more than ever and it's already yielded more than ever.

 
 
AARON
Southern , KS
6/8/2015 08:26 PM
 

  It's 3.76 at the COOP here, and our break even (including the cost of land) here is around $3.39

 
 

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