The USDA's Ag Outlook estimates of 88.0 million soybean acres is keeping a lid on the farm markets.
If bumper crops become the U.S. standard, U.S. farmers will become more reliant on international demand, according to the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank.
Al Kluis knows the outlook is scary, but when everyone gets this bearish, watch out. They cannot all be right.
We have plentiful stocks of all grains, and there is no reason for any significant move in any grain until something happens to change that dynamic.
The time of year to develop corn balance sheet projections for the upcoming crop year is upon us.
For 2017, we are not going to get the same drop in production we’ve seen in recent years. It will fall, but nothing like normal.
The latest comprehensive cattle report from the USDA leaves little doubt that the industry is still in expansion mode, at least for now.
We are getting a rally, in hogs, based on packers giving up their record margins from last quarter.
Milk prices have had an interesting last four months, but now is the time to take protection.
USDA’s monthly survey of feedlots found that December placements, new calves, and feeders entering feedlots to start their 3- to 7-month feeding visit ran 17.6% over last year.