Your Pro Farmer newsletter (Jan. 15, 2022) is now available

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USDA’s barrage of reports Jan. 12 didn’t contain any major surprises, but there was still a lot of data for markets to sift through. We highlight U.S. production, Dec. 1 grain stocks, U.S. and global balance sheets and winter wheat seedings. South American crop estimates continue to decline amid extreme heat and drought across Argentina, southern Brazil and Paraguay. But there’s potential for a shift in South American weather in the weeks ahead. Inflation remains a concern, with U.S. consumer prices surging to nearly a 40-year high, pushing the Fed closer to raising interest rates. We cover all this and much more in this week’s newsletter, which you can access here

 

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Corn, soymeal, and soyoil export sales above expectations

Wheat and soybeans within expectations

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.