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Oct 9 - U.S. Wheat Exports Slowed by Dollar (or Something Else?)
October 09, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are slightly lower as the complex tries to factor a strong U.S. Dollar weigh on wheat exports, but not so much for corn.
Oct 2 - Slowing Crop Progress, Trade War
October 02, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are slightly in the red as the complex pulls back from the big gains made yesterday on slower crop progress and a new NAFTA being signed.
Sept 27 - Canola Prices Creep on StatsCan, Stalled Harvest
September 27, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are slightly in the red this morning with canola prices being the only commodity hanging onto a positive change day-over-day right now.
Sept 24 - North American Crop Progress Stalled?
September 24, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are mixed, ahead of today’s USDA crop progress report, with wheat prices slightly in the green, but everything else in the red.
Sept 14: September WASDE Makes Grain Markets Black Out
September 14, 2018 Brennan Turner
The USDA came out on Wednesday with its September WASDE report, which turned out to be one of the most bearish WASDE reports in recent memory, especially for corn and soybeans.
May 8: Bargain Buyers Loved Soybean Prices Tuesday
May 08, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Two days before the May WASDE report, U.S. soybean prices turned higher. Bargain buyers swooped in following Monday's selloff in Chicago.
The Most Important Thing You Can Do Before Plant 2018
February 20, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
With planting season right around the corner, there's more geopoltical AND grain price risk on the table than ever before. What's one to do?
January 4: Spring Wheat Prices Continue to Climb on Weather Woes
January 04, 2018 Garrett Baldwin
Here in Chicago, most of the grain complex retreated as some traders took gains off the recent uptick in prices. In addition, traders are still eyeing weather reports and anticipate some relief from the frigid conditions sweeping the nation.
How to Make Your Farm More Profitable in 2018
December 26, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The FarmLead ecosystem will continue to expand in 2018. As our team grows across North America – now at 35! - we remain committed to reengineering the North American grain marketplace and to giving farmers more power in the industry than ever before.
December 22 - Getting Thin at Christmas?
December 22, 2017 Brennan Turner
Grain prices are trading quite thin as we head into the lull of Christmas markets. Today though we go through another pulse import tax from India, what we're watching in canola, and more rains in South America.
October 24 - Crop Progress Indicates What's Next in Grain Markets?
October 24, 2017 Brennan Turner
The current state of crop progress around the world is behind schedule. That is, the US corn harvest is slow; Brazilian seeding is a bit delayed, and weather is making fall-seeding in Europe a challenge in a lot of places.
October 19 - (Tough) Grain Price Growing Pains
October 19, 2017 Brennan Turner
Grain prices are trying to find some legs but there continues to be growing grain price gains out there. This is mainly attributed to better weather in South America and bigger wheat crops around the world.
October 18 - Grain Prices Backing Off Again?
October 18, 2017 Brennan Turner
This morning we're looking bearish pressures that are forcing bulls to back down. We also announce our US GrainTests.com store. Finally, we explore Chinese crop subsidies, Brazil's soybean exports, and what to expect with NAFTA and nitrogen prices.
How FarmLead Changed Grain Testing Forever
October 18, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
FarmLead.com has announced GrainTests.com, a revolultionary grain testing platform. The tool makes it easy to get your grain tested across North America for a low price. Grain testing is a vital step in the grain marketing process that helps farmers get the best price possible when selling their crop.
October 6 - Grain Markets Today: Weather Rally Hits Grain Prices
October 06, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The expected rain helped boost grain prices today. However, markets are waiting for the Crop Progress Report and the WASDE report next week.
September 23 - Quick Policy Premiums
September 23, 2016 Brennan Turner
Today we look at premium being paid for specialty crops and pulses, in addition to what Canada might've given up to China for a canola deal. Do you think Trudeau gave up too much?
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