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Though the latest government report on the hog supply showed little change, the industry is expected to continue to operate at modest profits through the first-half of 2007, one analyst said.
After an 11-day fact-finding mission to Vietnam, China and New Zealand, representatives of two U.S. producer groups say they are optimistic about potential markets in those countries for U.S. corn and corn co-products.
The wheat market spent most of last week rallying, again led by a very nervous Minneapolis market as hot and dry conditions remain parked over the northern plains and their prices surged to 10-year highs.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is currently conducting confirmatory testing at the National Reference Laboratory in Winnipeg of samples from a cow from Alberta suspected of having bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE).
Traders and analysts this week will get their first look at the 2006-07 hard
red spring wheat and durum crop estimates, along with a breakdown of wheat by
class in the USDA's supply/demand projections.
Late Friday, Louisiana officials turned Iberia Parish red on the USDA map after finding Asian soybean rust in kudzu for the second time in seven days.
On Wednesday and Thursday of this week, July 12 and 13, more than 125 National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) delegates and members from across the country will converge on Washington, D.C., for the annual Corn Congress.
Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns has released the third in a series of 2007 Farm Bill theme papers, this one focusing on rural development programs.
After dropping close to 40 cents, corn prices rallied into the 4th of July on concerns of dry conditions in the West, and that warm and dry weather in July could be a turning point for this year's crop.
Common bunt, a fungus known for the fishy smell it can produce, was found in more Kansas wheat than usual this year, according Doug Jardine, a Kansas State University Research and Extension plant pathology leader. He offers tips for preventing the problem