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

Vilsack Comments on Host of Issues During House Ag Hearing

Canada food prices, availability already being impacted by Covid vaccine mandate

First Thing Today | January 21, 2022

Soybeans, corn and spring wheat pulled back from Thursday’s gains overnight, while winter wheat futures extended yesterday’s losses.

Highlights of Vilsack's testimony before House Ag Committee

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack appeared before the House Ag Committee Thursday for nearly four hours.

Rural Bankers: Soaring Farm Input Prices Greatest Threat for 2022

The Rural Mainstreet Index is above growth neutral for the 14th straight month.

After the Bell | January 20, 2022

Soybean futures surge to highest levels since mid-June, corn slightly lower, winter wheat down in corrective setback.

Pro Farmer's Daily Advice Monitor

Pro Farmer editors provide daily updates on advice, including if now is a good time to catch up on cash sales.