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Louisiana ports contain to repair damage from Hurricane Ida with a few facilities coming back online. But China has hedged its bets by booking some Brazilian bean supplies. Meanwhile, combines are beginning to roll in the Midwest thanks to a warm, dry close to the growing season. The verdict is out whether that’ll take the top end off yields. Washington is quite busy with dual infrastructure measures, spending bills and a looming debt ceiling with which to contend. Find more on these topics and many others in this week’s newsletter, which you can download here

 

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After the Bell | October 21, 2021

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Pro Farmer's Daily Advice Monitor

Pro Farmer editors provide daily updates on advice, including if now is a good time to catch up on cash sales.

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Mild drought degradation in West Texas, improvements in other areas

The U.S. Drought Monitor as of Oct. 19 showed some drought improvement in areas of the Southern Plains, but there were areas in West Texas that saw a one-category degradation in drought conditions during the week.

Unfavorable extended forecast for HRW areas

Above-normal temps are expected across the entire Southern and Central Plains for November through January, with below-normal precip over much of Oklahoma and all of Texas.

Mexico to Continue GMO Imports | FTT Audio October 21, 2021

Secretary Vilsack shores-up GMO export approval with Mexico, California Governor looks to loosen supply chain snare and China signs agreement to import U.S. LNG...