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Ag markets proved rather volatile Thursday

Corn futures were supported by USDA statements. The USDA is conducting its long-term outlook conference today and tomorrow, with preliminary 2014 acreage estimates being officially published this morning. FULL STORY »

Ag diverged Wednesday afternoon

Corn futures posted a strong close Wednesday. Talk of strong demand seemingly offered background support for corn futures today, but traders also pointed to strength spilling over from the wheat markets and short-covering for the late gains in yellow grain prices. FULL STORY »

U.S. consumers to see higher milk prices as export demand soars

Picking up a gallon of milk at the grocery store is getting pricier and the cost could hit a record high for U.S. consumers in March, analysts warned. FULL STORY »

Wednesday's early soybean reversal was most noteworthy

Talk of robust demand reportedly boosted corn futures Wednesday morning. Wire service reports indicate that traders were sustaining their positive reaction to Tuesday’s weekly Export Inspections report. FULL STORY »

Ag markets were narrowly mixed Tuesday night

Corn futures stabilized Tuesday night. After rallying in concert with soybeans Tuesday, corn futures edged slightly lower last night. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures bullish

Class III futures resumed its overall bullish trend to start the week, taking its cue from a bid spot session that saw blocks and barrels posting gains. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved quite strong Tuesday

Corn benefited from soybean strength Tuesday. Soybeans rallied to start this week’s trading, with traders citing deteriorating South American growing conditions and lower private forecasts for the Brazilian crop. FULL STORY »

Cotton the exception to general ag market gains Tuesday morning

Corn is benefiting from soybean strength Tuesday morning. Soybeans rallied to start this week’s trading, with traders citing deteriorating South American growing conditions and lower private forecasts for the Brazilian crop. FULL STORY »

Higher milk production, foreign competition temper price increase

The February dairy cow forecast is raised fractionally from January to 9.255 million head. Sharply higher year-over-year springer prices, combined with flat heifer calf prices, suggest some short-term herd expansion—though there may be caution on the part of producers toward a longer term expansion. FULL STORY »

RFA conference offers ethanol industry outlook

As of January 2014, there were 192 U.S. corn ethanol plants operating in the U.S., with capacity to 14.0 billion gallons of ethanol FULL STORY »

Who's right about corn prices?

There is considerable difference of opinion about the prospects for corn prices beyond the current marketing year FULL STORY »

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