Fed cattle were called steady to $1 higher, though trade was not fully established late Friday.
In this week's DC Signal to Noise, Pro Farmer Washington Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer breaks down the possible outcomes of China trade talks and how the meeting could make or break U.S. agriculture.
The current tariff fight between the US and China is one part of that equation. The tariff fight has triggered a different sort of attempt at world domination, that of dominant exporter. Brazil is sneaking in to capture that title for soybeans by selling to China without the inconvenience of a 25% t [...]
Could the tide be turning for grain prices? After a rough start on Monday, corn, soybean and wheat prices all closed higher for the week—some putting in key reversals higher.
EPA released target volumes for the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program for 2019 as anticipated, earlier Friday, holding conventional volumes at 15 billion gallons.
Dairy organizations and cooperatives in the U.S. approve of the latest developments in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Canadian farmers aren’t expressing the same sentiments.
These tractors sold on Nov. 29 in Minnesota.
During the midst of stressful midterms, Midwest Dairy debuted its Moo Lab pop-up on the University of Minnesota (UMN) and Iowa State University (ISU) campuses, serving up hundreds of free cups of “moon milk.”
Grain markets are focused on the highly-anticipated trade meeting with China Saturday on the sidelines of the G20 summit. Two market analysts say if a deal happens, farmers should prepare Friday.
Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says there's more cold air coming.
President Trump joined the leaders of Mexico and Canada in signing a revised North American trade deal.
A South Dakota man has been charged with multiple felony counts including embezzlement of cattle sales receipts after two and a half years’ worth of alleged crimes occurred.
Whether your bank is acquired by a larger one, merges or maintains business as usual, there are steps you can take to ensure you make the most of your situation amid financial sector shifts.
President Donald Trump joined the leaders of Canada and Mexico at a global meeting in Argentina on Friday to sign a revised North American trade pact.​
Equipment companies continue to enhance milking technology.
Once-reliable soybeans now bring nothing but unanswered questions. What will tariffs and trade agreements mean for export opportunities? How will prices respond with or without successful trade policy?
The deal won’t amount to anything unless it’s passed before the end of the year, as Democrats in control of the next U.S. House most likely won’t approve a deal negotiated by President Trump’s team.
Traders Prep for G20
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