That's the situation for many throughout the country. According to madisonsreport.com, for the week ending August 28, lumber prices are up 50% to more than 200% over one year ago
“The biggest shock of this trip actually is the drought,” says Creed. “It’s not the damages from the derecho in eastern Iowa that we experienced here a couple of weeks ago.”
Brian Splitt, a technical analyst with AgMarket.net, has been asked a common question: “What should I do with my old crop?” That question prompted him to do some digging to
“We know even with continuing rainfall that heat during grain fill and pod set really is an issue and can be a yield robber," says Nellinger.
As 2020 hits the halfway point, grain markets are seeing some of their biggest moves of the year following acreage adjustments by USDA.
“We pretty much took 1 billion bushels off of production,” says Rich Nelson, chief strategist with Allendale. “Some of that will be offset by a little lower demand for old
Meteorologists say “favorable weather,” which includes timely rains and little extreme heat, might stick around for a while in most of the Corn Belt, especially to the East.