Jeff Wilson joined the Pro Farmer team in 2018 as our senior market analyst.
Increasing soil moisture ahead of the summer's next major heat wave.
U.S. asking China for new trade discussions and markets brace for the first summer heat wave next week after heavy Midwest rains continue into early next week.
While drought ratings ease, still more than a quarter of U.S. fighting dryness ahead of a warmer temperature outlook for July.
Crop cuts in Russia, China aid wheat rebound as corn, soybeans remain in consolidation after recent steep losses.
A month's worth of rain during the next eight days reduces chances for development of blistering heat in July
Grain and soybeans will building on Tuesday's recoveries with trade concerns likely to limit strong recoveries.
Ahead of the Open: Escalating U.S./China Trade Threats Lead to Grain Market Washouts; Livestock Lower
New U.S. trade tariffs threats and Chinese promises to retaliate send world commodity and equity markets lower.
Drought may increase Australia's beef exports 4% this year.
High Brazilian soybean export premiums boost demand for U.S. soybeans outside of China.
Midwest rain and showers offset warm temperature while trade war fears simmer.