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Game Change: Grain prices falling 

  • Jan 23, 2015
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    Will strong corn exports push acres higher?

    On the supply side of the equation, most sources are talking about U.S. producers perhaps going back with more corn next year. The fall in soybean prices coupled with the new farm bill policy, corn has quickly become a more viable option....More
  • Jan 20, 2015
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    USDA report recap, January 2015

    As expected, the USDA Crop Production Report released on Jan. 12 indicates that both the total U.S. corn production and soybean production for 2014 were at record levels. The final 2014 national average yields per acre for both corn and soybeans were also at record levels. Following are some highlights of the recent USDA Crop Production Report, as well as the latest USDA Supply and Demand (WADSE) Report....More
  • Jan 13, 2015
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    Is now the time to price soybeans north of $10?

    Soybean prices broke significantly lower on the heels of less than bullish USDA data. We saw a slight bounce Tuesday. Keep in mind however, we've still yet to break outside the $1.00 trading range of between $9.80 and $10.80....More
  • Jan 13, 2015
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    Management strategies for 2015

    In 2015, crop revenues are likely to be significantly reduced compared to revenue levels in recent years. 2015 crop input costs for seed, fertilizer, and chemicals are likely to be similar to 2014 levels, and land rental rates will likely remain fairly high, which adds more risk to 2015 crop production....More
  • Jan 9, 2015
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    Cutting through the details: My thoughts on Monday's USDA data dump

    Moral of the story, don't overthink this market and do not get overly convicted to your preconceived ideas or thoughts. This is simply about reducing your risk and turning a profit. The easier you can accomplish this goal the better your going to be....More

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