The presence of the virus in the Americas paired with a surge in Haitian migrants at our southern border heightens concern the highly contagious disease could make its way to the U.S.
Find highlights from USDA's latest crop progress and condition update.
Both crops are rated nearly 11 points below their respective five-year averages.
Find updates to our short-term, intermediate- and long-term trends for commodity and key outside markets below.
Pro Farmer policy analyst Jim Wiesemeyer and AgriTalk host Chip Flory talk infrastructure bill, Afghanistan, and President Biden's COVID-19 vaccination mandate...
Soybean inspections were also quite light, though that has been the trend in recent months. Wheat inspections were solid, thanks in large part to more of the grain shipping out of the Pacific Northwest.
Corn, wheat and soybean markets are under pressure to start the week. Livestock futures are also favoring a softer tone.
Cash corn prices drop sharply.
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