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Corn, soybean planting begins in South Dakota
Farmers test out-of-the-box techniques to add soybean bushels and profits
After a “disappointing” week last week, Dan Huber of the Huber Report and Kevin Duling of KD investors are looking ahead.
As farmers prepare for the first year of over-the-top dicamba application, questions cloud the horizon.
U.S. farmers are off to a slow start on corn plantings and even though it is still very early in the 2017 season, the numbers may already imply that total corn acres could be less than the 89.996 million that the market currently expects.
Soybean demand has been strong, keeping a floor under prices.
During Wednesday’s trade at CME, soybeans saw some strength. However, Chip Nellinger, risk management consultant and futures market specialist at Blue Reef Agri-Marketing, says there is downside risk to soybeans, especially on old crop.
Two Bootheel farmers with a match of tousled hair, blue eyes and easy manner may be the most unique brother and sister farming operation in the United States.