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Game Change: Grain prices falling 

  • Oct 28, 2014
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    Price increases could impact crop insurance payments for 2014

    Even with projected record U.S. production of both corn and soybeans in 2014, the market prices of both crops have risen during the month of October. While the recent improvement in grain prices is generally good news to crop producers, it could be costly to farm operators that will likely qualify for 2014 crop insurance indemnity payments....More
  • Oct 28, 2014
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    Will corn prices increase as freezing temps approach? 1

    Corn pulled higher by soymeal spot demand/logistics as freezing temps are forecast to show up this weekend....More
  • Oct 17, 2014
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    Will weather in South American support soybean prices? 2

    Growth in supply has clearly outpaced growth in demand. It's going to take a little bit of time, but eventually I suspect the wrinkles get ironed out and prices start to stabilize (I just don't think we are there yet). Producers should remain patient, keeping all soybean hedges in place, and use any extended "geopolitical" or "weather" related rallies to reduce additional long-term risk....More
  • Oct 6, 2014
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    Lower crop prices may impact land rental rates 2

    Average rental rates for 2014 were as high as, or even higher than, 2013 land rental rates in most situations across the region. Farm operators and landlords are now beginning the process of negotiating land rental contracts for the 2015 crop year, and are trying to arrive at equitable rental rates....More
  • Oct 3, 2014
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    Soybean traders focus on South America 1

    Soybean traders are monitoring what most consider to be only a "short-covering" rally. The "technical" guru's will want to see this market first close above $9.30, then perhaps even above $9.55 before they give more serious consideration to a game-changing trend or major reversal. From my perspective the current change in water-level (price) is simply the bears getting in and out of the hot-tub....More

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