Tanner EhmkeMarkets Editor

Tanner Ehmke is a farmer and the markets editor for AgWeb. He is based in Engelwood, Colo.

Tanner Ehmke is a farmer and the markets editor for AgWeb. He is based in Engelwood, Colo.

Articles By Tanner Ehmke

Nov 30, 2015

2016 Outlook: No Good News for Wheat Prices

A record world supply and strong U.S. dollar are leaving analysts pessimistic about the wheat market for 2016.

Nov 21, 2015

What Will Soybean Prices Do on Monday?

Why does Sunday's presidential election in Argentina matter to U.S. farmers? Because the results could affect soybean prices as early as Monday.

Nov 18, 2015

Farmers Get a Bargain on Barge Rates

Farmers may be too distracted by the latest painfully low corn and soybean prices to notice it, but their grain shipments are enjoying a bargain on barge rates these days.

Nov 17, 2015

Chicago's SRW Wheat Trades at Rare Premium to Kansas City's HRW

Wheat farmers and traders have been scratching their heads about a phenomenon rarely seen in the U.S. wheat market: Chicago's soft red winter wheat is trading at a premium to Kansas City's hard red winter wheat.

Nov 14, 2015

Tough Week for Grains, Livestock Markets

It was a tough week for both the grain and livestock markets with new contract lows in corn, wheat, soybeans, cattle and hogs all warning of changes for agriculture in the future.

Nov 11, 2015

Analysts: Sluggish Forecast for Grain, Soy Markets

The steep drop in corn, soybean and wheat prices following USDA’s November World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates and Crop Production numbers is a sign of things to come in the winter months ahead.

Nov 10, 2015

Bad News for Bulls in USDA Numbers

Tuesday's USDA reports "did not offer anything for the bulls,” said Tom Leffler of Leffler Commodities in Augusta, Kan. “The bulls all got castrated."

Nov 09, 2015

2016 Outlook: Soybean Market Hinges on China

Economists are clear on the three biggest factors affecting the U.S. soybean market in 2016: China, China and China.

Nov 09, 2015

Will USDA Boost Yields on Tuesday?

Bigger corn and soybean yields are likely in store for USDA's November reports, which will be released Tuesday. For wheat, most of the attention still remains on world production.