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In this week's AgFax Weekend - USDA Neutral for Soybeans, Bearish for Corn | and more. (full story)


Average spot quotations were 39 points lower than the previous week, according to the USDA, Agricultural Marketing Service’s Cotton and Tobacco Program. Quotations for the base quality of cotton (color […] (full story)


With little interest among sellers or buyers to transact, the cash market was left to trend sideways this week. At this point, growers are still fixated on planting and marketers […] (full story)


Summary This U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM) week saw deterioration in drought-related conditions on the map across areas of the West, including California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, and Montana. Moving into dry […] (full story)


Nick McMichen and Extension Agents Eddie McGriff discuss the progress of McMichen’s 600+ acres of April 16 planted soybeans on Episode 5 of the Bean Counters at On The Farm […] (full story)


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Planting has progressed rapidly this spring given the favorable planting conditions across much of Minnesota. The week of May 10th is still forecasted to be cool and dry, but there […] (full story)


Attorney Mark Daniel Maloney will help farmers recognize situations that may jeopardize eligibility for farm program payments during the eighth annual Mid-South Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference June 10-11. Maloney, […] (full story)


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Arkansas gained one more cotton gin, raising the number of active gins to 30 in 2020, compared to 29 in 2019, according to numbers from the National Agricultural Statistics Service. […] (full story)


Commodity opinion by Jim Roemer - May 14, 2021 (full story)


The Barchart Chart of the Day  belongs to the Puerto Rican based bank Popular (NASDAQ: BPOP ).   I found the stock by using Barchart's powerful screening tools to find the stocks with the highest Weighted Alpha and technical buy signals. After I sorted for the most frequent number of new highs in the... (full story)


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Missouri Farm Bureau president Garrett Hawkins says they are disappointed the Missouri legislature failed to pass legislation curbing Eminent Domain abuse. He says the use of eminent domain for private gain like the Grain Belt Express takes advantage... (full story)


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Going into the weekend, corn futures closed 15 1/4 to 31 cents in the red. May futures expired at $6.85/bushel leaving a 42 cent expiration gap inverse to July. New crop prices tightened the inverse on Friday, as December is now $1.01 below July. China purchased 1.36 MMT of new... (full story)


Front month lean hog futures closed the last trade day of the week with triple digit losses, which for June contracts pushed prices to $6 below the 5/6 high. May hog futures expired at $111.15 – which is $2.42 above where June went home. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog... (full story)


Front month soybean futures ended the last trade day of the week with 2 1/4 to 9 cent gains – led by new crop. May beans expired 17 1/2 cents above July at $16.03 3/4. Meal futures closed the session in the red, with losses of $2.70 to $2.90/ton. May... (full story)


Cotton futures added another triple digits to the downside on Friday, closing 209 to 255 points lower. For July that completed the week’s trade 7.23 cents below last Friday’s close.  NOAA’s updated 7-day QPF shows cotton area in N.E. TX and OK may get 2” accumulated rainfall or more. Most... (full story)


Live cattle futures added to the downside with another 30 to 80 cent losses on Friday. June had 6 consecutive days of gains for a $6.88 swing prior to Thursday and Friday’s drop. USDA confirmed some $120 catchup cash business in NE on Friday, matching the bulk for the week... (full story)


The midday wheat recovery faded, leaving the complex mixed for the weekend. CBT futures held on to 3 3/4 to 5 3/4 cent gains, with May expiring at $7.27 1/4 per bushel. HRW futures ended fractionally lower. May HRW closed at $5.61 3/4. MGE wheat futures were also fractionally lower... (full story)


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CORN HIGHLIGHTS:  Corn futures were under pressure again today as front months lead the way lower. Today was the last trading day for May futures which closed 34 cents lower ending the session at 6.85. July also finished sharply lower closing 31 cents weaker at 6.43-3/4 and losing 88-1/2 cents... (full story)


  Market Watch with Alan Brugler May 14, 2021 Deflation Much of the market talk this week was about inflation, and its potential for disruption of financial markets, retiree standard of living, and complaints about rising prices just about... (full story)


SA_LS855 San Angelo, TX Fri May 14, 2021 USDA Market News National Sheep Summary for Week Ending Friday, May 14, 2021 Weekly Trends: Compared to last week slaughter lambs mostly steady to 30.00 lower; slaughter ewes steady to 10.00 lower; feeder lambs sharply lower in light... (full story)


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The pandemic transformed the way people shop for and cook food. Christopher DuBois with IRI, a data analytics and market research company, says there are four trends that he believes will stay around.  ...         (full story)


Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures were down on the lower midday boxed beef, while feeder cattle were supported by the drop in corn. June live cattle were down $.30 at $115.30 and August was $.57 lower at $118.82. May feeder cattle were... (full story)


Weather allowed an Upper Great Plains farmer to complete planting faster than has been possible the last couple of wet years. Finishing corn and soybean planting Wednesday, Jordan Scott says he is pleased with how fieldwork has gone this spring. ... (full story)


Wisconsin’s Transportation Secretary says there are more agricultural shipments using the Great Lakes. Craig Thompson says, “Just in 2020 alone, grain shipping on the Great Lakes increased by almost 30%.” Thompson told the Wisconsin... (full story)


Central Ohio farmer John Linder says after nearly ideal conditions in early April, he hasn’t been able to plant in May. “There’s certainty a little stress to be at the end of the second week of May and have only twenty percent of your crops in for... (full story)