June 15 – Is the Wheat Harvest Not as Heavy as Currently Thought?

Grain markets are almost all in the red, alongside all other broader markets, as heavy supplies burden wheat prices while a resurgence of COVID-19 cases is weighing on corn & soybean demand again.

March 5 – For Grain Markets, Trade Trumps Weather

Grain markets are cautiously mixed this morning as trade war talk is trumping a dissipating amount of bullish weather headlines.

December 5 – It’s A Tougher World for Wheat Prices, Exports

Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at wheat production declines in Australia, why soybean prices have a bull fighting a bear in South America, and how wheat trade is heating up.

December 4 – Understanding StatsCan, Grain Markets Methodologies

Today’s Breakfast Brief looks into what StatsCan will say about Canadian grain production on Wednesday, how wheat crops around the world are looking, and if selling cash corn and soybeans today is a good idea.

October 13 – A Bullish Friday the 13th for Grain Markets?

FarmLead Breakfast Brief Friday, October 13th, 2017 “Nobody gets lucky all the time. Nobody can win all the time. Nobody’s a robot. Nobody’s perfect.” – Johnny Weir (American figure skater) Good Morning! At 7:15 AM CDT in the North American futures markets (*not

August 25 – Making Up Ground

FarmLead Breakfast Brief Friday, August 25th, 2017 “Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground.” – Federick Douglass (American social reformer) Good Morning! At 7:15 AM CDT in the North American futures