Minnesota farmers remain sharply behind their long-term harvest averages.
The U.S. dollar is lower, incentivizing buyers.
It’s been 25 years since the USDA’s October to November corn yield estimate was raised as much as 3.5 bushels per acre.
The market lacks any bullish news.
It’s November. Do you know where your corn market is headed?
The corn harvest remains way behind five-year averages for many Midwestern states.
The market bulls are trying, but this market seems determined to go nowhere fast.
Overall, eastern Corn Belt farmers are pleasantly surprised at corn and soybean yields this year.
U.S. farmers have made a lot more progress with bringing in the year’s soybean crop than they have with corn.
The U.S. dollar is higher, but demand remains strong.