Wheat sales were at the top end of expectations and corn sales were a disappointment.
Pro Farmer’s Julianne Johnston provides closing market commentary.
Why does the Panama Canal expansion matter to a farmer like me, in south central Wisconsin? Without it, American farmers would have a much harder time exporting what we grow to the rest of the world.
Warmer temps ahead for central and eastern U.S.
The offsetting production estimates resulted in a steady-from-month-ago global carryover peg for the current marketing year.
Pro Farmer Editor Brian Grete provides closing market commentary.
The first shipment of Brazilian beef has now arrived at a U.S. port, according to Brazilian Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi.
South American Crop Consultant Dr. Michael Cordonnier projects South American corn acreage up 25% from year-ago.
Doane expects the Hogs & Pigs Report to show All Hogs & Pigs at 101%, Kept for Breeding at 99% and Kept for Marketing at 101% of year-ago levels.
You won’t see us answer the question, Who Won the Debate? It’s like the general farm media writing about the “winners and losers” just a nanosecond after a new farm bill clears Congress. Who do you think we are, Politico?
As of Friday, September 30
Feels Like 55°