Corn and soybean futures firmed in reaction to the report that sets 2015-16 corn carryover at 1.738 billion bu. and soybean carryover at 197 million bushels.
he market hog inventory signals marketings will run four percentage points larger than year-ago for the near-term.
Pro Farmer’s Julianne Johnston provides closing market commentary.
Today was "reset" day with the Quarterly Grain Stocks Report setting final carryover levels for 2015-16 corn and soybeans.
The United States [all wheat] yield is estimated at 52.6 bushels per acre, up 9 bushels from the previous year and represents a new record high.
See how USDA's report data compares to pre-report expectations and year-ago levels.
Our MarketWatch table features monthly and quarterly price outlooks, along with weekly prices for a wide range of ag markets.
Warmer temps ahead for central and eastern U.S.
Wheat sales were at the top end of expectations and corn sales were a disappointment.
As of Friday, September 30
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