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Financial futures markets are strongly suggesting central banks around the world, including the ECB, will be easing credit conditions. (full story)


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The deadline to sign up for the general Conservation Reserve Program is today. Richard Fordyce is administrator of the Farm Service Agency. “General CRP is the competitive program where landowners will make offers based on what they commit to... (full story)


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BASF has launched a new industry-initiative targeting pigweeds on the farm. Pigweed resistance continues to rise and the spend on herbicides for pigweed species has nearly quadrupled in the last decade – posing a growing threat to farmers.... (full story)


We kickoff the day with Personal Income, Wholesale Inventories, Goods Trade Balance, PCE Price Index MoM and YoY and Core Price Index MoM and YoY [...] (full story)


Overnight action in the corn futures market has prices fractions to 1 cent lower. On Thursday, corn futures fell by 5 to 6 1/2 cents/bu in the front month contracts. Corn bookings were 864,635 MT from USDA’s Export Sales report. That was 30.8% lowe... (full story)


Live cattle futures closed with losses of $1.57 to $2.32 in the front months. Feeder cattle futures also ended triple digits weaker, with front month losses of as much as $2.42. The Feb 26 CME Feeder Cattle Index was down another $1.57 to $138.04. Be... (full story)


Lean hog futures ended $2.37 to $2.87 lower in the front month contracts on Thursday. The CME Lean Hog Index was 25 cents higher to $56.41 on 02/25. Weekly pork sales were 38,922 MT from the week ending 02/20. The USDA update also showed pork shipmen... (full story)


Cotton trading overnight has prices 83 to 127 lower than they were going home. On Thursday, cotton futures had bounced back from the limit move late, but still closed with 259 to 298 point losses in the nearby contracts. This is all macro stuff, with... (full story)


Overnight trading in the wheat market has us UNCH to 6 cents lower this morning. Minneapolis spring wheat is the firmest, while March futures in Chicago are the weakest. There were no deliveries against March Chicago wheat overnight. The wheat market... (full story)


Soybeans are 6 to 9 cents per bushel lower to begin your Friday. Nearby beans had closed 1 to 6 cents higher on Thursday, with the deferred contracts weaker. March soybean meal futures gained $5.90/ton on the day as Argentina’s crushers union calle... (full story)


Overnight action in the corn futures market has prices fractions to 1 cent lower. On Thursday, corn futures fell by 5 to 6 1/2 cents/bu in the front month contracts. Corn bookings were 864,635 MT from USDA’s Export Sales report. That was 30.8% lowe... (full story)


Overall attendance at the Southern Farm Show earlier this month was noticeably reduced from 2019, but tobacco exhibitors noted plenty of people and a greater sense of optimism than at […] (full story)


iStock: Jevtic Byline: Successful Farming Staff Recent news brought an update on USDA projections, weed management, and grain bin safety. Successful Farming  also talked with an Iowa... (full story)


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Beyond Meat Inc (NASDAQ BYND) Starting an Impulsive Cycle (full story)


Byline: Tony Dreibus 1. Soybeans Drop Overnight on Coronavirus Fears, Slack Demand Soybeans plunged overnight amid concerns about demand due to the coronavirus, or COVID-19, after a weak export sales report. ... (full story)


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With the threat of Corona Virus and African Swine Fever looming over the markets, trade hasn’t bounced back as quickly as producers and traders hoped after the Phase One trade agreement with China. However, USDA Under Secretary Bill Northey is... (full story)


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Arabica Coffee (KC) saw a near 1% pullback yesterday on profittaking, closing at the psychologically key 1.1 whole figure level. Significantly, KC is consolidating just above triangle resistance (on the 4hr chart), and appears to be in the late stages of completing a Quadruple Bottom (on the... (full story)


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High Water Persists in the Mississippi River System, Barge Surplus Remains Several gauges on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers remain at flood stage, but the navigation challenges have not resulted […] (full story)


Rising interest in using cover crops to protect and improve soil in row crop, livestock, vegetable and fruit production systems has led to an explosion in seed availability. It can […] (full story)


It may seem like a challenging task to select the right cover crop species for your cropping system. There are many variables to consider, such as what crops you are […] (full story)


After pushing for months, Representative Josh Harder’s (CA-10) bipartisan bill to fight the invasion of giant South American swamp rats passed the House of Representatives today with unanimous support. The […] (full story)


Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated nine Indiana counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers who suffered losses caused by three separate disaster events may be eligible for U.S. Department of […] (full story)


Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated Taylor County, Iowa, as a primary natural disaster area. Producers who suffered losses due to excessive rain, flash flooding, flooding, and high winds that occurred […] (full story)


Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated Patrick County, Virginia, as a primary natural disaster area. Producers who suffered losses due to drought that occurred July 15 through Oct. 31, 2019, may […] (full story)


Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated 11 Minnesota counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers who suffered losses caused by six separate disaster events may be eligible for U.S. Department of […] (full story)