I have written many pieces on market psychology, market dynamics and market expectations. Although the piece below relates to the equity market it applies to all markets including Agricultural. The common thread is all m
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today proposed that 18.8 billion gallons of renewable fuels be used in 2017 as part of its Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). This represents a 4% rise from this year's 18.11 bill
By Balwinder Singh Kang: Hanumangarh Town, Rajasthan, India The world’s farmers have passed a remarkable milestone: We’ve just planted the world’s 5-billionth acre of genetically modified crops
The National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) forecast for June through August calls for above-normal temps across the country, with the exception of equal chances for normal, above- or below-normal
The number of cattle that entered feedlots in April came in much stronger than anticipated at 7% above year-ago, while last month's marketings were lighter than expected. That pushed the May 1 feedlot inventory up 1.
Old-crop soybean futures were little changed for the week and new-crop futures posted weekly losses amid profit-taking and long soybean/short corn spread unwinding the second half of the week. Despite the corrective sell
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, dry weather in the upper Midwest continues to favor soybean and late-season corn planting. "Fields continue to gradually dry out in the eastern Corn Belt S
The National Weather Service forecast for May 29 through June 2 calls for above-normal temps and precip across the Corn Belt and Northern Plains, which if realized, would slow remaining planting efforts, but boost estab