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Game Change: Grain prices falling 

  • Feb 12, 2016
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    Why are the corn and weather bulls backpedaling?

    Corn bulls were again disappointed by weekly U.S. export sales. This already has some wondering if the USDA will ultimately need to further reduce their latest estimate....More
  • Feb 9, 2016
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    Can meal demand drive the soybean market higher?

    meal demand to lead soybean market higher, high protein in high demand...More
  • Feb 5, 2016
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    Still betting on unknowns for the corn market?

    I remain nervous about the outside macro space, slowing global growth and the fallout in crude oil. The "weather bull" inside us all continues give hope, but have to realistically ask yourself, "How much am I willing to bet on that unknown?"...More
  • Feb 2, 2016
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    International trade risk impact on agriculture industry

    Historically, agriculture has led the rest of the economy going into an economic downturn. Will this historical pattern hold true again for the U.S.?...More
  • Feb 2, 2016
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    Adjusting to lower crop prices in 2016

    The projected cash corn price for the 2015 crop, which is now in storage, is expected to remain at fairly modest levels until next summer, and expected prices for the 2016 corn crop are in a similar range. These price projections suggest that farm operators may need to adjust grain marketing plans and risk management strategies for 2016 and beyond....More
  • Jan 29, 2016
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    Will weather offer upside potential for the corn market?

    Corn bulls continue to talk about the very real possibility for extreme weather during the upcoming U.S. season, and I'm hearing more weather gurus talk about the rapidly declining El NiƱo, and the disruptions that could follow in it's wake....More
  • Jan 22, 2016
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    Is there any optimism in the soybean market?

    Soybean bulls continue to talk about fundamental weather uncertainties in many parts of Brazil and now a few areas inside Argentina. The much larger macro bears continue to point toward weaker currency in comparison to the U.S. dollar....More
  • Jan 15, 2016
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    Corn prices stay in tight range

    Corn continues to trade in an extremely tight range as neither the U.S. crop or the highly important second-crop of Brazil are in the ground. In other words, there's not a lot of "weather" in the headlines to excite the bulls....More

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