Will USDA’s claims of record size corn and soybean crops pan out? Only time will truly tell, but the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour plans to give the market a better indication next week.
When scouting, it’s a good idea to track productivity in your fields. Here are steps to determine production potential by individual field.
In July, the Trump Administration tried to ease some farmers’ financial fears by announcing a $12 billion emergency aid package; aid that's still missing details on timing and amount.
U.S. exports of grain in all forms (GIAF) are on track to set a new record in 2017/2018, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and analysis by the U.S. Grains Council.
The Beans rebounded today. Actually unbelievable in my opinion. The global demand will be to buy beans and crush. Ultimately overwhelming the markets with available protein. The Corn down today wtih the global numbers friendly and the yield increase on the high end of expectations.
USDA’s yield estimates for corn and soybeans were both above the average trade guess coming in at 178.4 bu. per acre for corn, and 51.6 bu. per acre for soybeans.