The post-Thanksgiving optimism in the grains market was short lived as grains closed lower on the week with wheat sharply lower. Listen to Jerry Gulke’s full commentary on Weekend Market Report.
Irish producer group wants to forestall an inevitable drop in milk prices, which could extend and worsen the coming downturn.
New Zealand pasture growth raises questions about milk output.
Last month Chinese officials announced they were lowing import tariffs on certain types of cheese.
Tracking global grain production and weather lets producers see factors that could affect future cash receipts. Here are several to monitor.
U.S. Agricultural Trade Office in Beijing took Chinese buyers on a reverse trade mission to North Dakota to see soybeans and soybean processing facilities there.
While we would like to see all major markets consuming and importing more dairy, the health of the global dairy market relies on a strong China—which is why this year’s purchase patterns have been such a welcome development.
The market is still months from focusing on 2018/19 U.S. corn export potential, but the level of competition for those exports is being determined (in part) right now.
Despite planting delays and a drought forecast, South America will continue to cap grain prices.
Here's the latest from the USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates:
Former Bush adviser says many U.S. proposals ‘non-starters’.
Welcome to direct marketing on steroids. Chris Adams, 30, is transforming his farming operation with an export business built on trust and boots-on-the-ground trade missions.
Projected U.S. 2017/18 ending stocks are lowered 25 million bushels due to increased exports.
Soybean production is forecast at 4,425 million bushels, down 5 million due to a fractionally lower yield.
This month’s 2017/18 U.S. corn outlook is for larger production, increased feed and residual use and exports, and greater ending stocks.
This week the U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) announced it will close its office in Cairo, Egypt on December 1.