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The soy rebounded sharply today. This was due given the recent break. The meal in my opinion stands to lose the most in the long run after the current rally is over. The corn was a dull quiet trade. The domestic weather has a blanket over the market. It is my belief corn is in the lower end of a ran [...]
The House passed the farm bill by a single vote margin, but that's not the biggest news of the week . For the first time in his presidency, Donald Trump reversed course under public pressure.
After plunging for several weeks, corn and soybean prices bounced back this week. Could prices be headed in a positive direction?
It's a Friday Free for All! The usual gang is back together for today's show. Host Chip Flory, Shaun Haney, Jim Wiesemeyer and Pam Johnson break down the weeks news.
As most of you know, Thursday was the start of Summer. The Summer Solstice brings on a number of things from the official beginning of summer to the realization that another year is quickly passing us by. But the one thing we can all enjoy is that it's the longest day of the year. There is more time [...]
Russia is the latest country to threaten the U.S. with retaliation for tariffs on metals imports, warning Friday that American cars could soon face higher taxes.
The June Cattle on Feed reached its highest recorded inventory since the series started in 1996 and continues 18 months of increasing inventories.
The United States attacked first, imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum from around the globe and threatening to hit tens of billions of dollars in Chinese products. Now, the world is punching back.
After multiple food scares in recent years affecting the bottom line, Chipotle's new CEO is making changes....including menu changes like adding milkshakes.
EPA appears set to release biofuel quotas with a higher overall RFS but no changes to conventional biofuel, like ethanol.
June 2018 Cattle on Feed Report
Sharp-eyed farmers unearth bits and pieces of history in their fields
USDA is currently projecting near-record yields for the 2018 corn and soybean crops, but whether or not that actually comes to fruition will depend on nighttime temperatures here on out.
Launching two non-dairy whipped topping products, Reddi-wip joins plant-based products list.
Shouldn’t the industry be happy about a study suggesting red meat is a (potential) health food? Not when the context sounds like the disclaimers marketers use to justify eating junk food.
Osborne Industries announces new certification; ADM Animal Nutrition opens a new manufacturing facility in Nebraska, and Diamond V celebrates its 75th anniversary.
This tractor sold yesterday in Illinois.