Well, it wasn’t as bad as it could have been. The May 12, 2020, World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) reports show increased supplies and some increasing demand.
Winter wheat harvest nears completion even as questions about weather and rainfall linger into fall.
Weighing more than the average newborn baby, a 7-pound, 14.6-ounce grapefruit grown in Slidell, La., has been recognized as the heaviest and largest grapefruit in the world.
Market Facilitation Program payments will soon be issued out while rising milk prices are at the forefront of dairy producers’ minds.
The last thing the corn crop needs is three weeks of hot dry weather in July say analysts watching markets and reacting to USDA's latest acreage report.
Major grains are seeing planting continue but yield drag in corn from late planting may keep production from reaching its full potential.
With prevent plant and wet weather, the corn balance sheet may readjust significantly this fall and that may keep corn prices higher through 2019.