FBN calling for soybean plantings to drop more than 1 million acres vs. March intentions. Rising grain crop forecasts for the Black Sea region.
Wheat rallying to kick off August. Dry start to August, but temperatures not expected to be threatening. Big slowdown in soybean crush expected. Republican senators seek meeting with Biden on biofuels.
More rain is coming for the Northern Plains. Weather will share the spotlight with USDA's June S&D and Crop Production Reports. JBS announces it did pay $11 million in ransom.
Corn condition ratings dropped a bit more than expected, while spring wheat ratings plummeted. Cotton ratings improved notably.
Hot, dry weather for northwest Corn Belt again drags down corn ratings. Spring wheat ratings unexpectedly improve. Big drop in SovEcon’s Russian wheat crop forecast on smaller acreage and drought.
Frosts/freezes over the holiday weekend have grain and soy futures soaring to start the week.
Trading limits are expanded today after yesterday's corn market surge, U.S. and Taiwan officials meet and Smithfield Foods pays hefty fee...
Shipments of corn, soybeans and wheat were within expectations.