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Vital Wine "A Day at Home" Pt 2
David Sparks Ph.D.
Market LineWheat was having a pretty good week last week but fell heading into the Memorial Day Weekend.
Market LineIt’s that time of year where we expect to see weather in the commodity market headlines.
Market LineNews from Russia sent the wheat market higher.
Market LineMoves in the energy sector, could be positive for ethanol and in turn, corn.
Market LineThe cattle markets are trying to reconcile with the spike in boxed beef as plants open back up.
Market LineCattle up the expanded limit, and weather could be impacting the corn crop.
Market LineBrazil's second corn crop needs a rain. Cattle markets up the limit on anticipations of plants re-opening.
Market LineCorn planting weather has been favorable in the Midwest overall.
Market LineSome rare positive news for the corn market.
California Ag TodayAt the Farm of the Future, students acquire hands-on farming skills, and may be able to demonstrate new agricultural technologies.
California Ag TodayWest Hills College's Farm of the Future provides students with practical, hands-on farming experience.
Market LineAvoid this big grain marketing mistake, says Standard Grain's Joe Vaclavik.
Market LineCattle and milk each with a better day in the markets yesterday. Grains were negative.
Market LineGrain markets ended the week in negative territory last week on a strong U.S. dollar and good planting progress.
Market LineEnergy markets seem to be stabilizing and corn prices up $0.18 from the lows hit earlier this week.
Market LineCorn prices continue to trend lower with the mess that is energy and ethanol.
Market LineWheat was up sharply today. Cattle on the other hand, continue to struggle.
Market LineMarkets were relatively calm on Friday to end the week.
Market LineWheat markets weaker yesterday on improved weather forecasts in key growing regions around the globe.
Market LineOne of the few positive opportunities in ag markets: cheaper feed prices.