Ag markets bounce from early-Monday lows

Corn futures seem to be posting a technical bounce. The ag markets started this week rather poorly as forecasts for favorable spring weather continued weighing on prices. FULL STORY »

Farmland markets - Comparing the 1980s and the present

There has been a recent increase in the number of inquiries received asking about the current farmland market, and potential parallels to the early 1980s; and about precursor indicators of the farmland value declines in what is often termed the farmland crisis of the 1980s. FULL STORY »

Ag markets ended the week mostly lower

Favorable weather forecasts apparently sank crop prices Friday afternoon. Today’s belated release of the weekly USDA Export Sales report did little to boost corn futures. FULL STORY »

Favorable weather remains dominant theme in ag markets

Favorable weather remains the dominant theme in the crop markets. Current weather forecasts continue pointing to periods of sunshine and rain that seems likely to enable producers to get their crops planted and for those seeds to germinate and grow quickly. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: Dairy export estimate raised

Today's post reviews USDA’s quarterly Ag Trade Outlook report, daily and weekly product prices, dairy replacement auctions in Pennsylvania and Idaho, and more FULL STORY »

Ag markets ended Wednesday's trading in mixed fashion

Corn futures reportedly benefited from bargain-hunting Wednesday. Tuesday’s belated Crop Progress report stated corn plantings at 88% complete, which matched industry expectations. FULL STORY »

Number of U.S. farms dropped (again) in 2013

The USDA released the latest issue of its Farms and Land in Farms report on Wednesday, showing a decrease in both the number of farms and farmland. FULL STORY »

Another great week for corn, soybean planting

Producers from across the country made impressive strides over the last week as the end of corn and soybean planting nears. FULL STORY »

Ag markets began the week rather poorly Tuesday

Favorable weather seemed to weigh on the crop markets Tuesday. With spring corn plantings reportedly nearing completion, forecasts for persistent showers this week seem to favor increased production. FULL STORY »

Hog futures were the exception to the bearish ag rule Tuesday

Favorable weather seemed to weigh on the crop markets Tuesday morning. FULL STORY »

Soybeans and corn diverged from losses in the other ag markets

Corn market bulls seem to overcome bearish influences Thursday. Improved conditions look favorable for new-crop corn production, which weighed somewhat upon deferred futures today. FULL STORY »

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