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Soybeans have rallied over $1 from the mid-October low, while many in the trade have argued for lower values. Can you summarize this post-harvest strength? Meanwhile, corn values are stuck in a sideways pattern. Will this continue or, if a breakout occurs in the first quarter, in which direction will
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With the 2016 harvest now complete, what is your price outlook for the winter? What are some of the market factors you are watching that might trigger potential selling opportunities for producers?
Whether your operation is in growth or survival mode, the capital at stake and the swings in commodity prices create risks that demand more sophisticated financial information and reports.
In order to tackle the challenges facing agriculture today, it’s critical producers carefully balance the teeter-totter of short- and long-term debt.
It has been a roller-coaster ride for grain prices this summer. As production ideas become clearer, what is your price outlook for the second half of the summer, and what hedge levels are you recommending for producers? Would you be looking at reownership strategies for producers who are oversold?