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USDA outlook: Cow numbers, milk production expected to climb

Expectations of continued moderate feed prices and higher milk prices reinforce the expectation of a U.S. dairy herd expansion this year, according to USDA’s monthly Livestock, Dairy & Poultry Outlook report, issued Jan. 16. FULL STORY »

Crop markets post muted reactions to the Export Sales report

Thursday’s Export Sales report supported corn futures. The corn market firmed around moving average support Wednesday night, with news of a sizeable purchase by a South Korean firm seemingly encouraging traders. FULL STORY »

National Dairy Products Sales Report highlights

USDA Grade AA butter, 40-lb blocks of Cheddar and Nonfat Dry Milk rose slightly over the last week. FULL STORY »

Storms reduced ethanol output, too

Last week’s widespread winter storm may not only have impacted your milk pickups, but it was likely a major factor in the notable drop in ethanol production, according to Geoff Cooper, with the Renewable Fuels Association. FULL STORY »

CME NFDM rule changes shouldn't impact dairy producers

Dairy producers shouldn't feel an impact due to upcoming changes in Chicago Mercantile Exchange rules regarding nonfat dry milk spot call prices, according to Eric Meyer with the HighGround Trading Group. FULL STORY »

Grain futures are lagging the other ag markets

Corn futures continued their late slide Wednesday morning. After having reacted very well in response to last Friday’s big USDA reports, corn futures apparently lost their upward momentum Monday and turned lower yesterday. FULL STORY »

Price impacts: RCAUs, forage supplies

On Jan. 14, USDA released it's monthly Feed Outlook report, providing some insights on the demand and cost sides of the hay and forage equation. FULL STORY »

USDA milk price forecast

USDA’s World Ag Supply & Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, released last week, adjusted preliminary 2013 dairy product and milk prices to reflect December data, and revised 2014 price forecasts. FULL STORY »

Corn market the exception to the bullish rule Tuesday

Corn futures struggled around critical chart levels Tuesday. The corn market obviously responded well to last Friday’s supportive USDA data, but futures were under pressure today. FULL STORY »

Ag markets turned mostly higher Tuesday morning

Corn futures are struggling around critical chart levels. The corn market obviously responded well to last Friday’s supportive USDA data, but futures were under pressure Tuesday morning. FULL STORY »

Ag markets diverged again Monday

Corn futures proved able sustain their Friday advance again on Monday. CBOT corn prices struggled through much of Monday’s trading, but ended the day slightly higher. FULL STORY »

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