With corn finally reaching expectations, the commodity is once again on track for export projections.
With all three major commodities meeting export expectations, prices tumble in the last marketing week of July.
With just 16 weeks left in the 2020-2021 marketing year, ag economist Brian Hoops said that soybeans are exceeding expectations as the growing…
With corn and soybean harvest underway, wheat conditions nationwide drop unexpectedly.
Corn, soybeans and wheat remain steady as ethanol production jumps from last year numbers.
With corn, soybeans and wheat continuing to trend upwards, market expert Brian Hoops recommends corn producers to start looking towards long p…
All commodities hold strong as soybeans begin to outpace export expectations.
As the three main commodities drop significantly from last week, exports remain high in corn and soybeans.
With commodities continuing to rise, market expert Brian Hoops calculates that the stocks to use ratio for corn is the tightest it's been in s…
As commodities continue to rise over the early marketing year, end-of-year projections are on pace to be met.
As of Dec. 24 - the last reported marketing week - all commodities ended the year raised slightly with most of the major commodities averaging…
All commodities rise over the Holiday break while many of the top commodities near their projections with some coming up just short and some on pace.
Corn closed the week 3 1/2 cents higher. Private exporters did not announce any sales.
Corn, soybeans and wheat are all underpacing the current USDA export projections with none of them being altered coming into January.
As all commodities fall, exports stay on expected - or above - pace to hit USDA projections.
This is the second lowest rated winter wheat crop since 1988, trailing only 2012.
Corn, soybeans and wheat are all nearing their projections as exports top last year's numbers with several weeks left to go in the year.
Corn closed the week 3 ¼ cents higher. Private exporters announced sales of 130,000 metric tons (mts) to South Korea.
Corn, soybeans and wheat all closed the week down, but soybean exports hit almost 100 million bushels. Meanwhile, the livestock market has a s…
As most commodities climb, so too have exports as markets relax into COVID-19 precautions.
A record export pace of new crop soybeans rallied values to 27-month highs. Producers should continue to sell into front month contracts as th…