Your Pro Farmer newsletter (Dec. 18, 2021) is now available

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This is your final newsletter for 2021, so as is our tradition, Pro Farmer named our ag story, person and event of the year. In addition, we offer our outlooks for the corn and soybean markets for the new year, which could be highly dependent on South American crops, which are facing increased moisture stress, especially in southern Brazil. There's a plethora of other market and economic news in this week's newsletter, including a flurry of activity by central banks around the world, including a change of stance by the Fed, in response surging inflation.  Click here to download this week’s newsletter. 


Latest News

Extended decline in corn, bean CCI ratings continues

CCI ratings have dropped 11 consecutive weeks for corn and eight straight for soybeans.

After the Bell | September 26, 2022

Corn futures drop near four-week low, soybeans near three-week low as surging dollar, recession worries pressure commodities.

Corn, soybean export inspections sluggish

Weekly grain inspected for export through Sept. 22, proved dismal as corn and soybean inspections were reported below expectations, while wheat inspections were notably lower for the week but within the expected range.

Monday Morning Wake Up Call | September 26, 2022

Grain and soy futures traded lower overnight on global economic concerns although soybeans recovered slightly on the open. Cattle futures are mildly higher with lean hogs under pressure to start the week.

Ahead of the Open | September 26, 2022

Soybean futures drop to two-week lows, corn and wheat also lower on intensifying recession worries.

OECD Issues Bleak Warning About Global Economy | British Pound Takes a Pounding ALL

House Ag panel Republicans want some answers on alleged Biden/USDA overreach using executive actions