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Grains continued to be pressured by the Harvest 2016 season and continuous benign weather in the U.S. that continue to keep crop...
Grains continue to trade a bit sideways to higher as buyers went out into the market to find some supply.
Grains markets, as they passed the mid-point of July, started to cool off a bit after the last few weeks of bullishness.
Weather is creating a fairly volatile trading in the grain markets.
Weather from the East Coast – Tropical Storm Bill – that's actually created headaches for farmers from the Delta up through the Midwest.
Wheat and corn prices have picked up lately, thanks to some sub-zero temperatures over the past few weeks and a depreciating U.S. dollar.
Seeding continues in Western Canada with all Canadian Prairie provinces well ahead of their-year averages.
Plant 2015 continues south of the 49th parallel with some activity here in Western Canada
With an early spring, we’re hitting that time of the month where field activity is picking up steam.
The science behind calculating yields and production is much more advanced than you’d think.
On Tuesday, March 31, the U.S.D.A. released its annual Stocks and Acreage report.