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Front-month soybean futures surged above $11 for the first time since September 2014 and hit their highest level since July 2014. Soybeans have posted their longest run of weekly gains in 12 years. While much of the bull
The cogs for the Kansas wheat harvest are slowly starting to turn as farmers gear up for cutting season. Full scale harvest has not yet taken over the Wheat State, but little pockets of activity are starting to emerge. S
Wheat harvest trickled into the southern border of Kansas earlier this week while making its way through an extended season in Texas and Oklahoma, reports the first installment of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Report. "R
Market reaction Ahead of USDA's reports, corn futures were trading steady to 1 cent higher, beans were 11 to 14 cents higher, wheat was 3 to 7 cents lower and cotton was steady to 50 points higher. After the re
Harvest swelled across Kansas this weekend as the hot, dry weather made for perfect cutting weather. Farmers tried to get as much done as they could over the weekend due to chances of storms brewing on Monday and Tuesday
Soybean futures extended their string of gains to nine weeks amid export demand strength and continued speculative buying. This is the longest bull run in front-month soybeans since the summer of 2003. Corn futures gaped