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Market LineAnother positive day for both wheat and cattle markets on Wednesday.
Market LineBetter news for producers going home on Friday. China announced purchases of U.S. corn, hard red winter wheat, pork, and sorghum.
Market LineThe drop in energy prices will be good for fuel bills, but there is reason to worry about what that might mean for ethanol in farm country.
Market LineCattle had an especially wild ride, up earlier in the trading day but closing down hard.
Market LineHow should growers respond to a brutal two weeks in the markets?
Market LineAnother brutal day in markets both inside and outside of agriculture on Thursday.
Market LineAg markets were not immune in a day that marked the biggest stock market drop since 2008, and crude oil dropping more than 25%.
Market LineGrain marketing isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to be complicated.
Market LineCoronavirus fears continued to affect the ag markets yesterday.
Market LineCattle markets looking a little more positive in Wednesday’s trade.
Market LineHarvest loss due to weather in North Dakota has kept the pinto bean market firm.
Market LinePrice drops in February hurt spring crop insurance prices.
Market LineVirginia McGathey says even outside of coronavirus there are some wheat fundamentals that are not exactly favorable.
Market LineTrade was mixed on Tuesday following Monday’s drop with not a lot of bullish news out there.
Market LineEvery ag commodity that we track was in negative territory, especially the two we watch most closely: wheat and cattle.
Market LineWheat market a bit weaker after the big rally on Tuesday.
Market LineWheat markets were up sharply following a rally in Chinese commodity markets this past weekend.
Market LineIt’s easy to get caught up in the daily ups and downs of the markets, but it’s your plan that’s going to make you money.
Market LineCattle was the story on Friday as both the live cattle and the feeder cattle futures were up sharply.
Market LineMarkets mixed on Thursday. Grains a touch weaker, while the cattle markets ended in positive territory.