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Financial market action weighed on commodity values Thursday

Financial markets may have depressed the commodity markets Thursday. The weekly Export Sales report seemed supportive of corn prices, but apparently did little in the face of broad commodity selling this morning. FULL STORY »

Ag markets posted mixed closes Tuesday afternoon

Good harvest conditions continued depressing corn prices Tuesday. The weekly Crop Progress report didn’t seem to affect corn futures Monday night. FULL STORY »

Ag markets firmed Tuesday morning

Good harvest conditions continued depressing corn prices. The weekly Crop Progress report didn’t seem to affect corn futures overnight. FULL STORY »

Corn harvest crawls ahead to 7%

The 2014 corn harvest may have started, but the pace remains below the five-year average. FULL STORY »

Hog futures the exception to bearish ag market rule Monday AM

Prospects for fine harvest weather are weighing on corn and soybeans. Little news concerning the crop markets emerged over the weekend, thereby seeming to open the door to fresh selling based upon expectations for huge US harvests. FULL STORY »

Will Southern California hit a weather jackpot?

There’s good news for some portions of California – federal forecasters expect a weak El Niño to develop this winter, which could bring drought-easing relief to the southern third of the Golden State. FULL STORY »

Crop futures proved quite weak again Friday morning

Dollar strength and harvest prospects are depressing crop markets. Anticipation of another massive U.S. corn crop is depressing prices. FULL STORY »

Ag markets posted varying losses Thursday

Dollar strength probably weighed on corn prices Thursday. The U.S. dollar surged to a 14-month high overnight and is close to its highest levels since spring 2010. FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved unanimously lower Wednesday morning

Dollar strength is probably weighing on corn prices. The U.S. dollar surged to a 14-month high overnight and is close to its highest levels since spring 2010. FULL STORY »

Dow and Elanco join forces to increase meat and milk production

Two Indiana agricultural companies, Elanco, the animal health division of Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY), and Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), are announcing a strategic research and development (R&D) agreement that will focus on developing integrated solutions to enable livestock producers to increase meat and milk production to meet the demands of the growing global population. FULL STORY »

Divergent livestock futures highlighted Wednesday's market action

Ethanol news likely undercut corn futures Wednesday. The weekly EIA report on the energy sector stated domestic ethanol stocks at an 18-month high, thereby implying diminished corn demand from that sector. FULL STORY »

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