(Infographic) Meeting The Demand For Pork
How will the world meet the demand for the worlds most popular meat?
Friday saw NOPA soy crush estimates better than expected with 142.42 MB of soybeans crushed in August.[Read More]
Grain basis was mixed throughout the country as the convergence of old-crop/new-crop marketing seasons begins to cause some shifting patterns in basis. On the week, US average corn basis was fractionally higher while soybeans lost 3 cents a bushel.[Read More]
Grains were lower overnight with soybeans giving up 3 cents after yesterday’s sharp 16 cent rally. Corn was also lower while wheat was unchanged going into the morning break.[Read More]
Grains found a bit of buying strength overnight with beans and wheat leading the complex higher on 5 cent gains while corn lagged behind on a 2-cent advance.[Read More]
Grains were higher overnight with corn advancing 2 cents while soybeans and wheat added 4 cents.[Read More]
Grains went into the morning break with sideways trade action still the major theme. Ahead of the USDA report corn and beans were off 1 while wheat was up 1.[Read More]