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Market LineSoybeans bounce back after hitting last week’s lows, however lack of demand from foreign countries could slow the market.
Market LineCorn finds strength in the market, dryer weather and exports on the rise all contributing factors.
Market LineCattle closed the week with better cash trade, giving the market a well-received boost.
Market LineRecord high fertilizer prices could play a major factor in shifting Corn and Wheat to Soybean production.
Market LineCattle see consolidation after the recent USDA report noting a sharp increase in beef production.
Market LineWheat found demand while Soybeans remain in a steep downtrend
Market LineCorn Firms up while Wheat holds steady, as focus moves to demand as we begin the 4th QT.
Market LineCattle finished the week on with a bit of confidence as markets held steady after the midweek rally
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThere should be a REAL Christmas tree for everyone who wants one this year, according to OSU Christmas tree expert Chal Landgren.
Market LineBeef exports reach record highs, topping $1 billion in August along with new annual record highs
Market LineCattle firm up while boxed beef prices start to find solid ground and traders gain confidence.
Fruit Grower ReportGiven the labor challenges facing agriculture, blueberry growers are moving closer to all mechanical harvesting.
Market LineSoybeans bounce off key support levels as traders eagerly await next week’s USDA report
Market LineThe Beef market catches a break as cattle welcome a nice rally to kick off the week
The Agribusiness UpdateU.S. inventory for all swine and cattle are down, and Market for Chicken raised without anti-biotics goes up.
Market LineCattle continued to show signs of weakness to finish the week, while volatility in the market continues