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Soybean Sales Beat Expectations as Corn, Wheat Miss By: 02/11/2016 @ 11:37am

Export sales for soybeans beat forecasts while corn and wheat were woefully below expectations.Soybean sales of 666,800 tons, however, topped expectations for sales from…

Soybean Market Closes 11¢ Higher By: 02/11/2016 @ 8:52am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)— On Thursday, the CME Group’s soybean complex benefitted from a turnaround in…

Wheat Closes Higher, Off Six-Year Lows By: 02/10/2016 @ 8:52am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)— On Wednesday, the CME Group’s corn market fell for the sixth straight session…

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Soybean Farming in Brazil Stays Profitable By: 02/09/2016 @ 11:47am

On my last visit to Brazil, it was great to have CBOT price quotes on my phone. The U.S. farmers on the trip liked getting the market update every hour or so. It was fast to run through the prices, and say…

USDA/WASDE Data Seen Bearish Tuesday By: 02/09/2016 @ 10:52am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)— The U.S. corn and soybean stockpiles continue to get larger, while the world crop outputs grow too, according to the USDA Tuesday. The governmental agency released…

South America's Crop Output a Leading Market Factor, Analyst Says By: 02/09/2016 @ 9:57am

The USDA February report, (usually not a very important one), will be watched for its updates of South American yields in Brazil and Argentina. There isn't much else to talk about, and Pro Ag expects the…

Wheat Closes At Multi-Year Lows By: 02/09/2016 @ 8:51am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)— On Tuesday, the CME Group’s corn, soybean, and wheat markets closed mostly lower, after the USDA released bigger-than-expected corn supplies, largest world wheat endings…

Lean Beef Demand Adds Premium to Lean, Healthy Market Cow Prices By: 02/08/2016 @ 4:28pm

These are not your father’s cull cows.Dale Woerner, Colorado State University meat scientist, says that, contrary to the perception of many ranchers, market cows have become much more than the…

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