The markets are stabilizing after the trade once again was shocked by the USDA production numbers for the second month in a row. The USDA raised both the corn and the soybean yields slightly when most were
Corn traded lower today by 2.75-3 cents, putting in new contract lows for the September contract and close to contract lows in the December. This was led by a much wetter weather forecast and the possibility of
All 2017 live cattle contracts finished bellow 110.00 today for the first time since April 12, 2017. Feeder cattle also suffered losses today as most 2017 contracts finished limit down.
Crop progress report Monday afternoon showed the good to excellent category in corn dropped 1 % from last week to 60 % this week. Illinois saw the biggest change in ratings as it dropped 5 % in the
Corn futures were sharply lower on an improving weather forecast and overall commodity weakness. The extended forecast continues to call for cooler than normal temps, while some additional rain was added into the forecast in the morning