Crop consultant Dr. Michael Cordonnier has raised his soybean yield estimate by 0.6 bu. per acre from last week to 49.5 bu. per acre for a crop of 4.19 billion bu. due to favorable weather during August. He has a neutral
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, locally heavy showers are traversing the upper Mississippi Valley and could reach the Ohio Valley by this evening. One more day of warm, sunny weather will bene
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, sunny albeit cooler weather favors maturing corn and soybeans. In the South, Tropical Storm Hermine is bringing wind-driven soaking rain to the southern Atla
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, cooler, drier conditions prevail in most areas following the passage of a slow-moving cold front. Morning showers are generally confined to the Ohio Valley.
The U.S. dairy industry sustained the domestic cow population at high levels through spring 2016 despite persistently weak milk and product prices and a major rally in grain prices and feed costs. In its August Milk Prod
Corn futures dropped to new contract lows early this week, but are working on weekly gains. Traders covered short positions with the flip of the calendar to September and ahead of the long holiday weekend. Price action i