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China to Release Stockpiled Crude | January 14, 2022

Markets and government offices will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 17, House lawmakers call for WTO inquiry against India and China's meat imports fall in 2021...

Russian Sabre Rattling Continues | January 13, 2022

Omicron strikes another Chinese port city, the White House sanctions North Korea and China sets optimistic domestic soybean production target...

USDA to Release A Barrage of Data | January 12, 2022

NATO will meet with Russia today, China’s ag ministry lowered its forecast for 2021-22 corn consumption and lean hog futures may be under-valued...

Putin Downplays Invasion Plans | January 11, 2022

China will maintain tariffs on DDG's, Vilsack highlights WOTUS plans and Fed Chair Powell says the Fed will keep inflation under wraps...

Signal to Noise | January 10, 2022

Davis Michaelsen and Pro Farmer policy analyst Jim Wiesemeyer take us from Russia in Kazakhstan, to USDOT Secretary Buttigieg going to the Pacific Coast, to the latest on Build Back Better...and a lot more.

Monday Morning Wake Up Call | January 10, 2022

Corn, soybeans and wheat are under pressure after trading lower overnight. Livestock futures also open the week under pressure.

Mortgage Rates on the Rise | January 7, 2022

The federal government is closed again due to snow, wages among small businesses are on the rise and the President of Kazakhstan issues kill order...

Russian Troops Sent to Kazakhstan | January 6, 2022

Ag-Rural cuts Brazilian soybean crop estimate, USDA unveils nitrogen related insurance plan and E.U. energy companies are feeling the burn...