Weather will likely be a key focus of the corn and soybean markets.
Expansion in the cattle industry continues full steam ahead, according to USDA’s Cattle on Feed report.
Beef production is expected to be higher in 2016, according to the USDA’s most recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report.
Call it the winter doldrums.
After the release of the January USDA reports, commodity traders’ attentions have turned to South American weather.
Avian influenza is once again rearing its ugly head in the U.S. poultry industry.
The first week of 2016 brought news of financial problems in China. Asian stock markets nose-dived. Wall Street responded with its own dramatic drop.
Finding higher fed cattle prices may prove difficult over the coming weeks.
Meat counters will be full this year as livestock producers continue to expand.
The grain markets are having a hard time getting the new year off to a roaring start.
Question of the Week
How will your total crop insurance costs change from 2015 to 2016?