Ag issues on agenda as China corn rejections roil market

The United States could raise the issue of China's recent rejection of several U.S. corn cargoes at trade talks this week, an official said on Wednesday. FULL STORY »

U.S. on track for record corn production

It's going to be a huge corn harvest. According to the USDA on Nov. 8, total corn production will be 14.0 billion bushels, up 1 percent from the last forecast issued in September and up 30 percent from 2012. FULL STORY »

Corn prices pressured by both supply and demand factors

Corn prices continue the long retreat from the peak of September 2012, declining to the lowest level since late August 2010. FULL STORY »

Feed outlook brightens

Predictions of a record corn crop have improved prospects for feed supplies and prices for the 2013-2014 crop year, according to USDA's September Feed Outlook report released earlier this week. FULL STORY »

Different method led to shocking cut to U.S. corn forecast

Don't consider the 1.3 percent drop in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's corn harvest forecast a cut. That was the message from Lance Honig, chief of the crops branch of the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, after the department sparked a rally in corn futures with a surprising reduction in its monthly outlook for the U.S. harvest. FULL STORY »

Crop quality sliding due to too much or too little moisture

There is probably no surprise, but Monday’s USDA “Crop Progress and Condition Report” reflected the lateness of the crop and increasing stress for both corn and soybeans. FULL STORY »

Corn conditions a tad better than last year

This year may be wetter than 2012 for some Corn Belt states, but that doesn’t mean corn conditions are much better. FULL STORY »

Prices for corn and soybeans, five years from now

Although challenges to planting the 2013 crop may provide some degree of support to corn and soybean prices, they have quickly faded from the 2012 highs and are threatening to diminish further from the highs that began in 2007. FULL STORY »

Weather stalls corn planting progress

April showers don’t just bring May flowers. They also slow corn planting. FULL STORY »

Whole cottonseed supplies for dairy expected to tighten

Cotton acres are expected to drop nearly 27 percent in 2013 as U.S. cotton producers respond to market signals and plant more corn and soybeans, according to the National Cotton Council’s annual planting intentions survey. FULL STORY »

Alfalfa hay could be cheaper in the West this spring

Alfalfa hay prices in the western U.S. may come down or “soften” this spring, according to one expert. But the reason isn’t the most pleasant. FULL STORY »

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