As we enter the fourth quarter of 2018, three economists say farmers should keep any eye on the following factors.
Managing Risk at the Bottom of the Cycle
AgDay host Clinton Griffiths learned how the blended family of Bayer and Monsanto is coming together since the acquisition closed in late August.
While the commodity markets have been in a downturn for nearly four years, tariffs could move money out of equities and into commodities.
Day host Clinton Griffiths provides this update from Bayer executives during his trip to Germany at the end of September.
Auction prices for calves were called steady to $5 lower by AMS, while yearling cattle traded steady to $3 lower.
Corn and soybean prices both clawed their way higher to start the week. But, they lost steam and tumbled. For the week ending Oct. 19, corn prices were down about 7¢ and soybeans down about 11¢.