The grain markets closed lower this week on harvest pressure across much of the Midwest. Most areas are concentrating on soybean harvest and good progress is being made there. The corn crop is estimated at only 28%
The grain markets continue to trade sideways for the most part the past few weeks even with the harvest pressure starting. The harvest in the US has been sluggish as some crops are ready and others need
Work- related injuries and fatalities on dairy farms are higher than any other agricultural sector in the United States. In an effort to educate those in the dairy industry to practice good safety habits the third annual
Live cattle finished the day with all active contracts above 110.000. April 2018 contracts finished the day at 121.500. Feeder Cattle have followed this upward trend with all 2017 contracts above 153.000.
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