This week’s AgFax Weekend – Kansas Farmers Awarded $217Bln; Mexican Grain Buyers Shopping in South America?; and more.
Today’s USDA reports showed corn and wheat stocks higher than expected, while soybeans were slightly lower than expected. Acreage caught traders completely off guard with wheat considerably lower than expected. […]
While some of this year’s peanuts are right at 45 days old, others were planted about 60 days ago. Classically, 60 DAP marks the beginning of the critical period to […]
Rain and wind take a toll, trigger grain sterility in coastal areas.
The market has been somewhat subdued leading up to Friday’s planted acreage report. The weekly export numbers were more positive than last week’s volume, but still leave a lot to be […]
Crop producers in southeastern and south-central Oklahoma should register now to attend the July 10 Oklahoma Crops Conference in Ardmore. “The conference is one of four we will be putting […]
Lean hog futures closed significantly higher, with the first five contracts advancing by triple digits. The cattle complex settled mostly higher, supported by late week short-covering and technical buying. GENERAL […]
May was a wet month with frequent rains and very little drying and June is shaping up to be fairly similar. Of course, all this cool and wet weather is […]
Wheat took a beating in the Great Plains this year. A late-season winter blizzard coupled with an outbreak of wheat streak mosaic has left growers harvesting wildly different wheat crops […]
Registration for the 2017 Field School for Ag Professionals, July 27 – 28 is now filling up. Please register soon to save your spot for this popular annual agronomy training. […]