There will be opportunities to market your grain, and we want to encourage you to think about capturing those marketing rallies. Be disciplined about using seasonal tendencies to pull the trigger.
Usually the month of November is uneventful as far as dramatic market action goes, but this November is one to remember. Here are five major events to monitor.
Something truly grabbed my attention and that was how the global corn stocks-to-use ratio was at an eight-year low coming in near 14%. It hadn’t been that low since 2010-2012.
Thinking of farmers and dealing with harvest this year, I have a hunch it will be a long, drawn out process that many producers will face.
Quietly gaining traction in the background of the spring crop planting delay are live cattle futures. Now as we start third quarter with eyes on fourth quarter, the fundamentals appear to be shifting.
After dismal grain prices for months, futures are finally rallying. Corn, soybeans, and wheat are all 90¢ to $1.00 off their recent lows. So, where do we go from here?