Corn: Why Are Harvested Acres Always Predictably Lower Than Planted? – DTN Jan 17, 2020

🕔Jan 17, 2020
There are many unanswerable questions and unknowable answers in this business, so I feel a special sort of relief when someone asks me a question that actually has a straightforward […]

Comparing 2020 Ag to the “Roaring ’20s” – Similarities, Stark Differences – DTN Jan 3, 2020

🕔Jan 3, 2020
An American farmer from Jan. 1, 1920, and a farmer from Jan. 1, 2020, would hardly recognize each other, their operations having changed so profoundly in the past 100 years. […]

Corn Basis: Hot Spots, Cold Spots And Maybe Opportunities – DTN Dec 19, 2019

🕔Dec 19, 2019
Countryside corn basis is pretty strong everywhere this December — as a U.S. nationwide average, corn basis bids are about 15 cents stronger than they were at this time last […]

Grain Buyers Pushed To The Edge In Parts Of Corn Belt – DTN Dec 5, 2019

🕔Dec 5, 2019
Farmers have had a hard time in 2019. From late, wet and sometimes outright-prevented planting in the spring, to the late, wet harvest and profit-eroding drying expenses this fall, their […]

Palm Oil Market Up — But Will That Matter With Soybeans? – DTN Nov 22, 2019

🕔Nov 22, 2019
Producers of agricultural commodities like it when prices go up. Therefore, there must be some happy producers halfway across the globe in Indonesia and Malaysia, where most of the world’s […]

Corn: High Moisture Widely Offsets Bullish Basis Hopes – DTN Nov 8, 2019

🕔Nov 8, 2019
Any complex, multi-stage process will have some bottleneck. For row-crop harvest, sometimes the bottleneck is at the elevator where trucks get stuck in long lines waiting for the dump to […]

Grain Markets And International Instability – 6 Hot Spots That Could Affect U.S. Ag – DTN Oct 24, 2019

🕔Oct 24, 2019
In 2019, we’ve become habituated to wild international headlines. So, to say, “Boy, there’s a lot of geopolitical instability right now!” seems a bit pointless. How does that make today […]

A Harvest Rally? Are You Prepared? – DTN Sep 25, 2019

🕔Sep 25, 2019
And now it’s fall. This hardly feels accurate, considering how mild and pleasant the September weather has been (for those of us who haven’t been overwhelmed by flooding). Yet, the […]

Wheat Market Looks Grim – DTN Aug 29, 2019

🕔Aug 29, 2019
The slow progress and overall lateness of grain crops persists into the late summer of 2019, with the plants never really catching up after their inauspicious start. As of Aug. […]

Prevented Planting – Where Did USDA Get So Many ‘Corn’ Acres? – DTN Aug 15, 2019

🕔Aug 15, 2019
It may be obvious to anyone who filled out their own Farm Service Agency (FSA) acreage maps this year, but less so to others in the industry, so I thought […]

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