AgFax Weekend: DuPont-FMC Deal | Decade of Losses Ahead? | Canola Farmers Unpaid

🕔Mar 31, 2017In this week’s AgFax Weekend – DuPont-FMC Deal; Decade of Losses Ahead?; Canola Farmers Didn’t Get Paid – Huge Losses; and more.

Texas Wheat: Hail Damage in the Blacklands

🕔Mar 31, 2017Most of Hill County received about 2 inches of rain in the past seven days, from both Monday night’s storm and rain on Tuesday night. Some places received over 2.5 […]

Rice Update: Are Positive Developments Too Little Too Late for Some Farmers?

🕔Mar 31, 2017Following months of dismal news where the situation has been all but static, the rice industry finally has some real influx of information to digest. Domestic cash pricing has seen […]

Grain TV: Massive Soybean Acreage Sinks Market

🕔Mar 31, 2017USDA’s reports saw a sharp selloff in soybeans due to a greater than expected increase in projected acreage. Corn and wheat acreage were lower than expected, which gave both markets […]

DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Reverse Off Early Losses

🕔Mar 31, 2017The cattle complex settled mostly higher with feeder issues gaining on their live counterparts. Lean hog contracts settled mixed, mostly lower in the nearbys and modestly higher in the far […]

DTN Cotton Close: Rallies in Face of Big Acreage Report

🕔Mar 31, 2017Spot May leaped off a five-week low. U.S. planting intentions came in higher than generally expected at 12.233 million acres, up 21.4% from 2016. Mills priced or rolled 5,502 lots […]

Arkansas Peaches: Late Freeze Hits Industry Hard

🕔Mar 31, 2017While the story of how weather conditions will ultimately affect Arkansas row crops in 2017 has as yet to be written, the state’s specialty crops have already seen the year’s […]

Rose on Cotton: Forward Contracts – Read the Fine Print or Get Help Before Signing

🕔Mar 31, 2017The ICE May contract and the nearby May – July spread effectively finished unchanged on the week on extremely strong demand data and bearish new crop acreage data.  The Dec […]

Drought Outlook: April Favors Widespread Improvements, Removal

🕔Mar 31, 2017With the climatological transition from the wet season to the dry season across the West, small areas of pre-existing drought in southern California and southern Arizona are favored to persist […]

Arkansas: Acres Shift to More Soybeans, Cotton

🕔Mar 31, 2017Soybeans and cotton acreage are expected to expand in 2017 compared to last year, while rice, corn and grain sorghum acres will slide in a landscape shaped by markets, cost […]

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