Wednesday, August 16, 2017
harvesting corn

In grain marketing, the history that sometimes repeats is the history of bad marketing decisions. When will we learn?
Corn snow

The problems in the grain markets have to do with weather in the Southern Hemisphere and the price hangover we can’t seem to recover from.
rural farm scene fall

The return of corn prices to the high side is exciting, but the huge crop will continue to moderate any price gains.
Corn snow

The first dose of cold weather and snow stops harvest, for a while.
New Holland corn combine

Election news continues to dominate everything, including the grain markets.
harvesting soybeans

The U.S. grain market expected cheap prices because of the big corn and soybean crops, and got the worst over with. We have actually rebounded nicely from the lows, says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark.
Soybean dust

USDA will release supply and demand reports later this week, but so far harvest is going quite well.

The combination of a rain-delayed harvest and a surprising USDA Grain Stocks Report have put a hold on the low prices of the last few weeks.
Soybean dust

The combines were running hard in northeast Ohio the last few days, and farmers were mostly happy with yields.
harvesting corn

We made a new low for December corn on Aug. 31 at 3.14 3/4. The new bean low was 9.37 on Sept. 1, and even the December wheat hit the bottom at 3.91 1/2 on Aug. 30.
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