Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Ag trade photo

Soybean, and to an extent, corn, purchases from China have stirred a rally that has November soybean futures over $10 for the first time since Dec. 4, 2017.
wheat harvest

The Sept. 30 U.S. Department of Agriculture grain stocks report is the last gasp for USDA to essentially reduce the crop production numbers from last year.
Ag trade photo

A dramatic decline in crop conditions in some parts of the country, coupled with positive trade news, has fueled a rally in corn and soybean prices.
corn field in a storm

Bad news for Iowa farmers was good news for those who missed the storm that damaged millions of acres of crops and brought market prices up.
sweet corn

The market continues to trade the idea that we are having great weather and will have a big crop. The result is low prices, especially in corn.
soybeans

Marlin Clark offers an update on grain prices for the week of Aug. 2, 2020.
corn

Marling Clark digs into the weather affecting crop prices and what commodity yields are likely to look like in 2020.
corn, hay

Marlin Clark provides a weekly grain update, digging into how the weather of late has affected crops across the U.S. and in Ohio and impacting prices.
corn

In his weekly market report, Marlin Clark sheds some light on how corn, soybean and wheat prices could be impacted by weather over the next couple of weeks.
soybeans

Marlin Clark offers an update on the grain markets, offering current prices for corn and soybeans as of June 30, 2020.