Find updates to our short-term, intermediate- and long-term trends for commodity and key outside markets.
Rains were widespread across safrinha corn producing areas of Brazil over the weekend, providing welcome relief to dry conditions.
Dr. Dermot Hayes says even with possible mandatory overtime to compensate for lost capacity, the industry will lose 2.5% of overall harvest capacity if the ruling stands, with small producers likely to be hardest-hit.
A Mexican federal judge shot down a request by the National Farm Council to freeze a plan by the Mexican government to ban genetically modified (GMO) corn and the herbicide glyphosate by 2024.
When USDA’s weekly crop condition ratings are plugged into the weighted Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index, the HRW rating improved while the SRW ratings fell.
The pork and beef stocks numbers both speak to pent-up consumer demand as Covid-related restrictions ease.
Chip Flory and Jim Wiesemeyer discuss key policy issues including rural internet connectivity and infrastructure.
Shipments of corn, soybeans and wheat were within expectations.