Lightly higher futures trade is seen at midday in slow trade. CORN Corn trade is a penny higher at midday; the daily ranges have been less than 3 cents illustrating position squaring slow trade. Since we have sold off the
Video message from Dr. Larry Steckel regarding considerations for wheat replant.
6:00 a.m. CME Globex: May corn was 1 cent higher, May soybeans were 1 cent higher, and July Kansas City (HRW) wheat was 1 cent lower. CME Globex Recap: Once again overnight trade saw the bulk of the commodity sector
Grain markets start off the week in negative territory, with wheat leading the losses. Soybeans were also under heavy pressure due to drops in palm oil prices and Chinese soybean futures.
Stronger legs in fast-growing broilers, reduced phosphorus emissions to the environment, improved health for undernourished populations in developing countries and better use of scarce resources – these are some of the perspectives of a unique type of wheat; a wheat
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 26, 2017. REPORTER COMMENTS BY COUNTY – Comments are based on remarks made by extension agents, farmers, commodity specialists, and other knowledgeable individuals. NORTHERN ROCKINGHAM (Doug Horn) Continued dry conditions. Only
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 26, 2017. Extension Comments Warmer than normal conditions followed by snow and cold temperatures have damaged some of the small grain crops. The county is still suffering from lack of rainfall
The LSU AgCenter will hold a wheat and oat field day on April 19 at the Macon Ridge Research Station located south of Winnsboro. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. The field day will include both indoor presentations and field
Limits on payments by farm commodity programs have been a contentious issue in recent farm bills. Several types of limits now exist, including a 10% cap on the payment per base acre by ARC (Agriculture Risk Coverage). This 10% cap
May K.C. wheat fell 6 3/4 cents to its lowest close in 2017, pressured by rain in this week’s forecast across the Southern U.S. Plains. Corn prices were mixed and soybeans modestly lower while the U.S. dollar index slid to