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Direct cash cattle markets are quiet. The big feature of the day will be the distribution of this week’s new showlist. Last week’s business was mainly at $117 live, down $3 on the week, and mostly $185 dressed, $7 lower, marking the third... (full story)


EURUSD broader bias remains lower towards the 1.1109 support zone. Support comes in at the 1.1050 where a violation will turn risk to the 1.1000 level. (full story)


A customer browses packaged U.S. beef at a Seiyu GK supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Japan, the biggest buyer of American beef before an outbreak of mad-cow disease in 2003, will allow imports of beef from cattle up to 30-months... (full story)


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Photo courtesy the Pork Checkoff At the recent “Food and Ag at the Intersection” event in Omaha, we visited with Jarrod Sutton, vice president for domestic marketing with the National Pork Board, about what they’re doing to stay on top of... (full story)


Lets take a look at the levels you need to know in the S&P, Crude and Gold as markets pare the worst of the morning. (full story)


Cotton Cotton that has been planted and emerged is growing as our saturated soil profile is finally starting to dry down. Cotton in the scouting program was at the 2- […] (full story)


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A lot of farmers are planting corn in wet, less-than-ideal field conditions this spring. But you can make a bad situation better by teaching your planter how to dance. (full story)


It was just two Mondays ago that the corn market gapped lower on disappointment over the breakdown in the U.S. Chinese trade talks. It was then last Monday that we saw corn push down to the lowest point traded in spot futures since July of last year. Of course... (full story)


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Corn: Corn futures are trading 5-1/4 cents higher this morning, with Jul at 3.88-1/2, Dec at 3.95-3/4, and Dec at 4.03-1/2. Rain this weekend kept planting activities at a minimum in many areas, and this afternoon's Crop Progress report will proba... (full story)


The latest Crop Production report from USDA-NASS shos May 1 hay stocks at 14.9 million tons, down 2.9% year over year.  However, May 1 hay stocks in 2018 were also small.  (full story)


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The USDA says export inspections for the week ending May 16th, 2019 were bearish. The 2018/19 marketing year runs through the end of May for wheat and the end of August for corn, sorghum, and soybeans. Wheat came out at 757,704 tons, down 120,595... (full story)


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A district director with the Michigan Corn Growers Association says this year’s planting season has been trying the patience of farmers. Chris Creguer tells Brownfield the end of last week was the first real window of ideal planting conditions to get... (full story)


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Another Northern Michigan animal has been confirmed positive for bovine tuberculosis after a trace investigation linked it to an infected Presque Isle County herd. State veterinarian Nora Wineland says movement investigations recently found an animal... (full story)


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It’s safe to assume most of rural America tends to be conservative in its politics, the kind of “conservative” which abhors overreaching federal regulation, heavy-handed taxation and government policy which inhibits successful U.S. farming and... (full story)


Venezuela just can’t stay out of the news.  We last reported in late April that Venezuela sold $400 million of gold, somehow finding a way around sanctions imposed by the US and other countries.  Last Friday reports emerged that Venezuela had sold another 15 tonnes of... (full story)


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China officials are reportedly in “no rush” to resume trade negotiations with the U.S. Chinese analysts told the South China Morning Post that trade officials are prepared to suspend further trade talks if President Trump isn’t “prepared to be... (full story)


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Bulls quickly fade to suggest a challenge of May low, or below. (full story)


If you were ever curious what a weather premium looks like in corn futures, look no further than the July 2019 contract. (full story)


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In the midst of evolving trade deals and EU elections, where are we going next? Today's article dives deeper into the ongoing price rotations. (full story)


Actionable analysis and ideas for ES, Crude, Gold and more goes out to brokerage clients each and every morning. (full story)


AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben has the story from Swanton, Ohio. She talks with John Myers, Jeremy Myers and Justin Myers who farm in the area. ​ (full story)


Awaiting crop report (full story)


The Fed promised that the quantitative easing would be only temporary and that it would reduce its ballooned balance sheet to the pre-crisis level. Now, as the Fed adopted an interest targeting with ample-reserves, we know that this is not going to happen. We invite you to read our todays article... (full story)


Farmers are in a tricky spot because of excessive rain, and it’s likely going to keep coming. According to BAMWX meteorologists, farmers in the central U.S. will likely see 2” or more rainfall in the next 10 days. (full story)


Wet weather sparks short covering in the grain markets. (full story)


ATLANTA Terminal Prices as of 20-MAY-2019 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. ... (full story)


ATLANTA Terminal Prices as of 20-MAY-2019 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. ... (full story)


ATLANTA Terminal Prices as of 20-MAY-2019 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. ... (full story)


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