USDA’s monthly cattle on feed report, released at 11:00 a.m. CST May 25, fell mostly in line with trade expectations.
While demand is growing in the U.S. and Asia for camel's milk’, there simply aren’t enough camels available globally to supply the milk that retails for as much as $19 a liter ($72 a gallon) in parts of Asia.
Some of Latin America's largest grain ports are running short on soybeans as a fifth-day of a trucker strike in Brazil continues.
Thursday morning, grains saw some fresh market moves, trading at contract highs.
Southeastern US farms could get hit with heavy rain early next week after Tropical Storm Alberto formed off the coast of Mexico on Friday.
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Early results from research at the University of California, Davis, indicate that a small amount of an ocean algae in cattle feed could dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions million dairy cows.