U.S. corn is not only the cheapest in the world, but also the only supply that’s amply available in the global market.
As the market starts to transition its focus to 2020 production, U.S. farmers may be poised to plant 95 million acres of corn. What would that mean for the markets
The Crop Production numbers released Friday may change as NASS seeks to clarify corn and soybean acres that still were not harvested at the time of the end of the
USDA raises corn yield estimate in 2019 crop production summary.
After spells of record rain delayed planting and harvesting, at least one international customer is now complaining about the poor quality of U.S. corn.
Agriculture is still awaiting details of the Phase 1 trade agreement with China, but corn, ethanol, wheat and protein could be in the mix.
The editors at AgWeb.com are looking at experts’ projections for a variety of commodities in 2020. Here’s a look at what analysts are expecting for the upcoming growing season.