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Argentina extends limits on beef exports another two months

Argentina’s government has extended its restrictions on beef exports until the end of October, a politically charged move that’s likely to anger the country’s meat producers.

Once, Twice, Sold! 80 Acres in Iowa Sold for $22,600 Per Acre, Sets New State Record

The bull-run on Iowa farmland sales continues to play out in August. Less than two weeks after a farm ground sold for $19,000 per acre in Iowa, a new record sale was posted in Iowa Friday of $22,600 per acre.

Corn CCI rating edges higher, soybean rating slips

CCI ratings for both crops are below the respective five-year averages for the end of August.

Signal to Noise | August 30, 2021

Chip Flory and Pro Farmer Policy Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer discuss policy issues and happenings in D.C.

Statistics Canada confirms sharply reduced crop prospects

Its July Estimates Production of Principal Field Crops report shows durum wheat crop prospects down 39.2% from the 2020 season at nearly 4.00 MMT, with spring wheat crop prospects down 37.7% at 16.10 MMT.

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Corn and wheat inspections disappoint

Soybean inspections were stronger than the market anticipated, but expectations were limited and the amount of beans inspected for export were well under year-ago levels.

Monday Morning Wake Up Call | August 30, 2021

Corn and soybean futures face light pressure as wheat futures rise. Livestock futures are narrowly mixed to start the week...

Chart Trend: Daily and weekly charts pointed sideways for corn and soybeans

Find updates to our short-term, intermediate- and long-term trends for commodity and key outside markets.