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USDA’s Risk Management Agency will allow farmers more flexibility to use this year’s cover crops for forage.  Director Martin Barbre says because of spring weather, flexibility for using cover crops on prevented planted acreage for haying, grazing,... (full story)


Below is a daily December coffee chart showing planetary angle lines. I used a price per degree of .32. Pluto is support at 93.00. Neptune crosses at 110.70 and is resistance. Uranus crosses at 125.90 and is resistance. The lower Saturn crosses at 91.25. The lower Jupiter crooses at 84.30 and is... (full story)


Super Mario delivered a surprisingly dovish speech. But he was shortly outshined by Super Jerome. Both key central banks have sent new signals to the markets for interpretation. Lets read the tea leaves and make sense of the initial reaction in the gold market. (full story)


No major insect problems are occurring on a wide basis, but the phone is ringing more frequently about several issues. (full story)


In 2019, farmers who planted cover crops on prevent plant acres will be permitted to hay, graze or chop those fields on Sept. 1 instead of Nov. 1 (full story)


Corn futures are trading 7 to 8 cents higher in the front months on Thursday, ignoring poor export sales data. USDA reported a flash sale of 122,000 MT of corn to Mexico this morning, with 52,000 MT for 18/19 and 70,000 MT for 19/20. The weekly Expor... (full story)


Corn futures are trading 7 to 8 cents higher in the front months on Thursday, ignoring poor export sales data. USDA reported a flash sale of 122,000 MT of corn to Mexico this morning, with 52,000 MT for 18/19 and 70,000 MT for 19/20. The weekly Expor... (full story)


Soybean futures are showing double digit gains in most contracts at midday. Soymeal is up $6.30/ton, with bean oil 24 points higher. A private export sale of 189,000 MT of soybeans were reported to unknown destinations by the USDA this morning. The s... (full story)


Live cattle futures are down a dime to 80 cents in most contracts on Thursday. A few scattered sales of $110 have been reported in the South so far on Thursday. Feeder cattle futures are down 90 cent sot $1.35 at midday. The CME feeder cattle index w... (full story)


Wheat futures are firm to 7 cents higher in most contracts on Thursday. USDA reported just 187,567 MT of 19/20 wheat export sales in the first full week of the new MY (week ending 6/13). Japan purchased a total of 61,864 MT of US wheat in this week... (full story)


Lean Hog futures are mostly 12.5 cents to $1.50 lower on Thursday. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 23 cents from the previous day @ $79.49 on June 18. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was up 83 cents on Thursday morning at $78.52. The picnic was the ... (full story)


Cotton futures are down 27 to 133 points in most contracts on Thursday, mainly from poor export sales data. The dollar index is down 577 points at midday, with crude up $2.90/barrel. The weekly Export Sales report showed old crop upland bookings at a... (full story)


What are the tradable levels in the ES, NQ, Crude and Gold going forward? (full story)


A light to moderate direct cash cattle trade has developed in the South at $110 live.  That’s generally steady to $2 lower than last week.  Asking prices in some areas remain firm at $112 to $115 live and $185-plus dressed.  We could see business in... (full story)


Grains recovering after a 2 day correction and friendly export sales. Oil rebounds on Drone being shot down. (full story)


Hello everyone! I am Will Robinson, the summer News Assistant at Brownfield Ag News.  I grew up outside of the small Missouri town of Wellsville where my family raises pigs, cattle and single horse. Being raised in the livestock industry and... (full story)


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CORN: Corn futures are trading higher this morning after back testing support levels held yesterday. Jul corn is up 4-1/4 cents to 4.45-1/4, Sep corn is up 5-1/2 cents to 4.51-3/4, and new crop Dec corn is up 6 cents to 4.59-1/4. After holding the 10... (full story)


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The USDA says U.S. export sales and shipments during the week ending June 13th were neutral for soybeans and wheat, bearish for corn. The 2019/20 marketing year for wheat got underway June 1st, while 2018/19 runs through the end of August for beans,... (full story)


Broiler-Type Eggs Set in the United States Down Slightly. Broiler-Type Chicks Placed in the United States Up 2 Percent... (full story)


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In today's featured article, your Gold Enthusiast covers why no news is good news for silver investors. Continue reading for more details. (full story)


DJ U.S. Export Sales: Weekly Sales Totals – Jun 20 For the week ended Jun 13, in thousand metric tons, except cotton in [...] (full story)


The cooling off timeout continues in the grain and bean markets as prices dipped a bit lower in the overnight session before showing signs of stabilizing once again. Funds were the largest sellers yesterday, which could be partially attributed to a reaction to an overheated market, but for some... (full story)


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COTTON General Comments: Cotton was higher and the charts show that the market is now in a sideways trade near the recent lows. Prices [...] (full story)


A unique pennant/flag formation may be setting up in the stock market. Read on to learn more! (full story)


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