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Ag markets turned decidedly around midsession Monday

Weather forecasts depressed grain prices Monday morning. A wide planting window this week seems likely to enable most corn farmers to complete seedings in short order. FULL STORY »

Ag markets ended the week in decidedly mixed fashion

Short covering seemed to boost corn at Friday’s close. This week’s rain will very likely get recently planted corn off to a good start. FULL STORY »

Ag markets were generally mixed around midday Friday

Favorable weather is still weighing on grain futures around midday Friday. This week’s rain will very likely get recently planted corn off to a good start. FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved generally lower Thursday

Weather news seemed to spur corn selling Thursday. The corn results on the weekly USDA Export Sales report largely met expectations, so it had little impact upon CBOT prices. FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved lower Thursday morning

Weather news seemed to spur corn selling Thursday. The corn results on the weekly USDA Export Sales report largely met expectations, so it had little impact upon CBOT prices. FULL STORY »

Exports: Corn net sales bounce but…

According to the USDA’s Export Sales report, corn net sales rebounded after crashing to a 10-week low in last week’s report; however, these sales are also down 39 percent from the four-week average. FULL STORY »

Various ag markets diverged significantly Wednesday

Favorable weather forecasts apparently depressed grain futures Wednesday. Although this week’s rains are clearly delaying corn plantings, the latest forecasts imply another big planting window next week. FULL STORY »

Favorable weather forecasts are depressing crop futures

Favorable weather forecasts apparently depressed crop futures Wednesday morning. Although this week’s rains are clearly delaying plantings, the latest forecasts imply another big planting window next week. FULL STORY »

Projected feed grain supplies and corn production to set record

U.S. feed grain production for 2014/15 is projected at 368.4 million metric tons, down less than a million from 2013/14 when delayed plantings and midsummer dryness resulted in below trend yields, particularly in the Western Corn Belt. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: Cheese dips below $2

Today's post looks at CME daily closing prices, CWT's weekly export assistance bids, a replacement auction in Missouri, and more. FULL STORY »

Beans, hogs diverged from weakness in the other ag markets

Demand and weather considerations are supporting corn futures. Although the weekly USDA Crop Progress report indicated corn plantings had surged last week, prospects for much slower rates this week are probably supporting deferred CBOT futures. FULL STORY »

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