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15:02PM Aug 16, 2019

Jerry Gulke: Will Pro Farmer Crop Tour Validate or Invalidate USDA?

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
The big round of reports USDA released on Aug. 12 created a lot more questions than answers. They also sent the markets lower.
11:37AM Aug 16, 2019

African Swine Fever is Not Under Control, Suderman Says

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Sources on the ground in China claim the losses are closer to 45% year-on-year.
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10:56AM Aug 16, 2019

Hog Futures Drop Despite China’s Big U.S. Pork Purchase

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Chicago Mercantile Exchange hog futures dropped to a five-month low on Thursday. Traders said big supplies dashed any hope from the news that China made its biggest purchase of U.S.
14:46PM Aug 15, 2019

Unpriced & Unsold Corn May Haunt Farmers into Fall

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
After two months of volatile weather, planting delays and rising grain prices, markets are right back where they started even as farmers hoped the weather rally would roll right into
11:51AM Aug 15, 2019

President Scoffs At U.S. Wheat Exports To Japan, Growers React

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
President Trump talked about the need to shrink the trade deficit with Japan during a rally this week. The President compared auto trade to wheat in his comments at the
16:56PM Aug 14, 2019

Small Refinery Waivers: Is EPA Breaking The Law?

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
For the past two years the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been issuing small refinery hardship waivers, which allow the awarded refiners to forgo blending ethanol with their fuels.
15:47PM Aug 14, 2019

Corn Yield Revision Hurts Market Potential

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
USDA's revision of corn yields may cause market confusion and demand erosion according to analysts.