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Martell: Strong Cooling, Worsening Dryness a Threat to Midwest Corn

Martell: Strong Cooling, Worsening Dryness a Threat to Midwest Corn

July is the warmest month of the year, but this year has been exceptionally cool. Temperatures so far in July have been 4.3 F below average, reminds meteorologist Gail Martell.

Corn and Wheat Export Inspections Fall Short of Expectations

Corn and Wheat Export Inspections Fall Short of Expectations

Soybean export inspection, on the other hand, came in above expectations. Get more details on the report and the pace of inspections.

LandOwner Newsletter | July 26, 2014

LandOwner Newsletter | July 26, 2014

This issue focuses on EPA and their push to garnish wages, as well as more strong land auctions in Illinois and Nebraska.

Cool Weather Continues to Dominate the Midwest

Cool Weather Continues to Dominate the Midwest

Below-normal temps are helping to counter a recent drying trend in the Corn Belt.

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Cash Sales Monitor

40% of 2014-crop corn is sold

2014-Crop Corn Sales

Cash-only marketers are 40% sold and hedgers are 50% sold in the cash market.

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70% of 2014-crop wheat is sold

2014-Crop Wheat Sales

Cash-only marketers are 70% sold and hedgers are 85% sold in the cash market.

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50% of 2014-crop soybeans are sold

2014-Crop Soybean Sales

Cash-only marketers and hedgers are 50% sold in the cash market.

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50% of 2014-crop cotton is sold

2014-Crop Cotton Sales

Cash-only marketers and hedgers are 50% sold in the cash market.

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