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Market LineCorn exports could see an increase in demand if speculations hold true. Let’s go to Joe Vaclavik’s podcast, “Grain Markets & Other Stuff” to hear more.
Market LineFeeder Cattle find strength in the cash market, as the rally continues.
Market LineEven with yesterday’s dip in the market, soybeans are still trading near a 6 year high.
Market LineThe cattle market climbing out of a bit of a hole yesterday, thanks to a weaker grain market.
Market LineWheat took a big dive Wednesday morning before markets closed for the Thanksgiving
Market LineWheat and Corn lose their momentum yesterday, which consequently drove cattle prices higher to close the market.
Market LineSoybean’s sitting on a solid foundation, exports up 70% from last year.
Line on AgricultureBlood-feeding livestock mites can be detected with wearable sensor technology nicknamed “Fitbits for chickens.”
The Agribusiness UpdateWater usage for U.S. Agriculture decreased for most crops between 1995 and 2010, and China and 14 other nations sign world's larges trade agreement ... without the U.S.
Market LineLive and Feeder Cattle bounced back big after yesterday’s USDA’s report.
Market LineSoybeans nearly hit the $12 mark, while Corn tries to break through the $4.30 level.
Market LineWheat and corn softer yesterday, but grains as a whole remain to have a bullish outlook.
Market LineCattle closed on its lows, uncertainty in the market has traders moving forward cautiously
Market LineSoybeans chipping away, moving higher along with corn while wheat saw less demand today.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe federal government has removed the Gray Wolf from the Endangered Species List, which is seen as a good move by many in Washington agriculture.
Market LineCash prices for Live Cattle finished slightly stronger, the new vaccine seems to be driving market
Market LineSoybeans take a slight dip, but demand looks promising to keep the market going in the right direction
Market LineMore optimism in the cattle market as live cattle futures set their sights on breaking into Oct