Certain planting decisions in 2019 were extremely costly. From planting date to planting depth, one agronomist says certain planting decisions can cost producers more than $200 per acre.
The U.S. and China Phase One trade agreement comes with hefty expectations. What could China buy to meet its $40 billion goal, and when could those buys happen? Economists and market experts weigh in.
While there were rumors on Friday of China in the market buying U.S. corn, some analysts say the waiting game for what and when China will buy from the U.S. could continue.
China didn't immediately start buying U.S. agricultural good after the Phase One signing. Some analysts say it could take a couple months before significant buys from China are on the books.
The Phase One trade agreement with China comes with a big promise to purchase close to $40 billion worth of U.S. agricultural products over the next two years. Does this mean the trade war is over? Economists weigh in.
Leaders from U.S. and China are scheduled to sign a Phase One trade deal at the White House on Wednesday, however, the market may not have all its questions answered after the deal is official.
The case isn't closed on 2019 production, but how much of a market impact could that have in the months ahead? U.S. Farm Report analysts break down the latest reports and explain what the market is now watching.