Monday, May 27, 2019
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The reality of really delayed corn planting is that acres will be reduced by either prevented planting for a switch to soybeans.

While farmers have had to delay planting because of wet weather, it's not panic time yet. If crops get planted in late May or early June, and we have good growing conditions, we could still end up with a good crop.

The reality in today's grim grain markets is that the bad weather is not even in the USDA reports yet.

Rumors of failed trade talks with China and delayed planting are hitting US farmers hard. The Midwest is struggling to get a crop in the ground, and markets tanked on the president's tweets.

The United States exported a record volume of ethanol in 2018 for the second year in a row, according to the Energy Information Administration.

The USDA shocked the markets with Prospective Planting and Grain Stocks reports Friday, March 29.

The year-round sale of E15 looks likely, if a proposal by EPA to apply a summer blend waiver is approved.

Grain market update: Prices are stagnant, looking for news. The news is all about trade negotiations with China, and there is no real news.

A wetter than normal summer and fall in Ohio led to the worst spread of a vomitoxin on corn in at least a decade. Next year's crop may be at risk as well.

One of the side effects of the current government shutdown is that we are missing much of our fundamental information in the grain markets.
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