From Pro Farmer’s First Thing Today, these are some of the stories we are watching on Monday, August 3.
Ample rain causing good spots to grow and dry spots to shrink is sending grain prices lower.
China made a monster buy of U.S. corn this week, but weather seemed to take center stage. So, what will it take to get corn prices to move higher? U.S
U.S. ports should be very active later in the year as aggressive Chinese bookings have boosted total corn and soybean export sales to modern-day and potentially all-time record levels for
Chinese buyers booked their single biggest-ever purchase of U.S. corn, extending their flurry of large U.S. purchases even as tensions between Washington and Beijing rise.
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From Pro Farmer’s First Thing Today, these are some of the stories we are watching on Thursday, July 30.