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Soybeans Close 8¢ Higher Tuesday By: 12/01/2015 @ 9:09am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--On Tuesday, the CME Group's corn, soybean markets closed higher.At the close, the March corn futures settled 1 1/2 cents higher…

Weekly Outlook: How Long Will Low Corn Prices Persist? By: 11/30/2015 @ 12:16pm

Corn prices declined following the USDA's Crop Production report released on November 10 and continue to trade…

Soybeans, Corn End Higher Monday By: 11/30/2015 @ 8:59am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--On Monday, the CME Group's corn and soybean markets closed higher on…

Crop Prices: Close to Bottom? By: 12/01/2015 @ 9:05am

After another record-shattering crop in 2015 (following a record crop in 2014), prices are in the doldrums. It’s understandable because bottoms in the market last for months, while tops last minutes! This is…

Big Month Ahead for the Fed By: 11/30/2015 @ 10:53am

(CHICAGO, Illinois) Agriculture.com--This month will be a big month for the Fed. What happens will be anyone's guess. But if the jobs number this week is strong, the Fed will definitely be raising…

A Thank You to All By: 11/27/2015 @ 11:10am

As fall comes to an end, we once again take time to reflect on all our blessings. We offer our thanks to you as our readers and to you as farmers, for all your efforts and hard work. Farming is the most noble…

2016 Basis Prices Vary Widely Depending on Region By: 11/25/2015 @ 2:24pm

This marketing year, farmers who are looking to pick up a few more cents per bushel for their corn and soybeans may want to look no further than their local cash basis market. With very little movement…

Be on the Lookout for Pricing Windows This Winter By: 11/25/2015 @ 8:48am

You can’t take this winter off from marketing. Whether you have complex blended options strategies in place or unpriced grain in the bin, you’ll need to watch for sales opportunities that could be…

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