Pro Farmer editors provide daily updates on advice, including if now is a good time to catch up on cash sales.
China's grain and meat imports fall, the House passes debt legislation and the Fed hints at tapering asset purchases...
Ahead of the Open | October 13, 2021
Soybean futures seen firmer in rebound from USDA-driven drop to six-month lows, corn, wheat firmer.
Chinese bean buying slows in September. Certified acreage data release delayed. Americans quit their jobs at a record clip in August. Atlanta Fed chief says U.S. jobs slowdown should not derail taper timeline.
After the Bell | October 12, 2021
Soybeans tumble to six-month lows as USDA forecasts record U.S. crop, corn lower, wheat firmer.
Your editors highlight the main takeaways from today's WASDE and Crop Production Reports.
On the other hand, its cotton production and carryover forecasts dropped more than analysts anticipated.
Corn and wheat inspections were in the lower half of analysts’ expectations and down from the week ending Sept. 30, with exporters focusing on soybean shipments as Louisiana ports reopen.
USDA will release key report data at 11am CT, Cordonnier raises Brazilian corn crop estimate and WHO asks China to closely monitor a strain of H5N6 bird flu...