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  • Dec 23, 2013
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    2013 Ag Review, Part 2

    2013 brought higher input prices, volatile grain prices and despite those, a strong farm economy for most of the farmers in the Upper Midwest....More
  • Dec 20, 2013
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    Will soybean prices go higher through the end of 2013? 4

    Tight Supply ,Weather fuel Bean Prices...More
  • Dec 13, 2013
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    Soybeans bullish slant next week 1

    Record crush rate..Weather...Bullish for Beans next Week......More
  • Dec 10, 2013
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    Know the risk on new-crop soybeans 2

    Are you adding more soybean acres next year? If you're making those plans, buying the seed and moving forward with these intentions, make sure you are hedging or locking in a good chunk of your estimated production, as well....More
  • Dec 5, 2013
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    Soybeans: Two worlds divided

    Old Crop Soybeans to be Rationed?...More
  • Dec 2, 2013
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    December 2013 South American soybean update

    South America Soybean Acres.......More
  • Nov 26, 2013
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    Soybeans rally at close from exports and short covering 2

    Soybean bulls are rejoicing after seeing the JAN14 contract post its first close above $13.24 since mid- to late September. The strong Chinese demand story seems to be staying alive on confirmation of more U.S. sales by the USDA almost each and every day....More
  • Nov 22, 2013
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    Demand heats up for soybeans

    Strong soybean export sales again this week have most analysts thinking we already have about 90% of what the USDA is projecting on the books just 10 weeks into the marketing year....More
  • Nov 15, 2013
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    Can corn demand outpace supply? 1

    Can corn demand rally prices higher?...More
  • Nov 12, 2013
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    USDA increases expected crop production

    As expected, the USDA report released on Nov. 8 increased the estimated total corn and soybean production in 2013. Crop production estimates were raised, despite many areas of Iowa, Minnesota and the Upper Midwest dealing with very late planting, along with some late-season drought conditions. However, overall 2013 crop conditions in the U.S. were better than expected, with many areas benefiting from some very favorable weather in late summer, and the extended growing season in the Upper Midwest enhanced some of the later-planted crops....More
  • Nov 12, 2013
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    Should you be making sales at these prices??

    Before you get all bulled up.......More
  • Nov 8, 2013
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    November WASDE report breakdown

    Large traders are starting to talk about a long-term bearish cycle for corn, wheat and soybeans starting to settle in. The fear is that with no major weather hiccup corn could be the immediate leader to the downside, followed by wheat in early-2014, then soybeans by mid-2014....More
  • Nov 5, 2013
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    Will soybean prices improve?

    Is there still another round of price appreciation coming our direction??...More
  • Nov 1, 2013
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    Looking ahead: 2014 corn, soybean acreage

    The question starting to pop up is, what about next years acreage?...More
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