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Lincoln University is a Missouri Land Grant institution that’s one of several doing research on feeding cattle under cover versus feeding in traditional uncovered pens.  George Washington Carver Experiment Farm Manager Jeremiah Markway says the set... (full story)

On Friday the markets were dragged down by the tariffs news on Chinese imported goods. Will this change today? Read on to learn more... (full story)

WTI Crude (CL) slid more than 2.5% Friday, and is trying to firm early in today's European morning. CL has unwound the week plus bounce prior to last Friday, and has broken an uptrend support (on the daily chart). (full story)

Early treatments should be going on right away if some haven’t already started in the lower San Joaquin Valley. (full story)

we see the US markets rotating a bit lower after a number of news events. (full story)

The U.S and China trade war, Fed speak and OPEC are all in the mix. How are we trading it? (full story)

3NV_LS144 Nashville, TN Sat Jun 16, 2018 USDA-TN Dept of Ag Market News Smith County Commission Co., Carthage, TN Weighted Average Report for Saturday Jun 16, 2018 Cattle Receipts: 838 Last week: 774 Last year: 965 Compared to same sale last week, Slaughter cows... (full story)

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SV_LS146 Frankfort, KY Sat June 16, 2018 USDA-KY Dept of Ag Market News Lake Cumberland Livestock, Somerset, KY Weighted Average Report for Saturday June 16, 2018 Cattle Receipts: 544 Last week: 663 Last year: 470 Compared last week: Feeders steers and heifer... (full story)

Looking at this weeks Commitments of Traders Report, there are relatively few changes in net speculator positions across major currencies and commodities. The biggest change in positions can be seen in the Japanese yen, where speculators continue to flip-flop. As we wrote in last weeks edition of... (full story)

NV_LS161 Nashville, TN Sat Jun 16, 2018 USDA-TN Dept of Ag Market News Farmers Livestock, Greeneville, TN Weighted Average Report for Saturday Jun 16, 2018 Cattle Receipts: 791 Last week: 639 Last year: not reported Compared to last week, feeder steers... (full story)

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SV_LS144 Frankfort, KY Sat Jun 16, 2018 USDA-KY Dept of Ag Market News Bluegrass Stockyards - Campbellsville, KY (Sat.) Weighted Average Report for 06/16/2018 Receipts: 357 Last Week: 321 Year Ago: 558 Week Totals: 970 Compared to last week: Feeder steers and... (full story)

AG GR 310 Salt Lake City, Ut Friday June 15, 2018 USDA�UT Dept of Ag Market News. Weekly Utah Hay Market Report Utah Hay prices prices mostly firm, with trading slow on all Quality's. Majority of movement on previous contracts. Second crop beginning. Lower quality hay demand is... (full story)

AG GR 110 Salt Lake City, June 15, 2018 USDA - Ut Dept of Ag Market News Prices in dollars per bushel or dollars per hundredweight All prices are indications not bids **** #1 Hard Red Winter Wheat 10 Pct protein 4.34 Bu Dn 4 11 Pct protein ... (full story)

8G_LS 145 Salt Lake City, UT June 15, 2018 USDA-Ut Dept of Ag Market News Utah Direct Cattle Report Weekly Summary Slaughter Cattle: 2,050 Compared to last week, Slaughter Steers and Heifers: 2.00 higher live and steady on a dressed basis. Trading was... (full story)

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SV_LS172 Frankfort, KY Fri June 15, 2018 USDA-KY Dept of Ag Market News Blue Grass of Richmond Richmond, Ky. Cattle weighed at time of sale Weighted Average Report for 6/15/2018 Receipts: 1068 Last Week: 921 Year Ago: 624 Compared to last Friday: Feeder steers... (full story)

LR_LS121 Little Rock, AR Fri Jun 15, 2018 UofA Coop Ext Service-USDA Market News Farmer's Stockyards, Springdale, AR Weighted Average Report for Friday Jun 15, 2018 Cattle Receipts: 909 Last week: 649 Last year: 522 Compared to last week: Feeder... (full story)

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In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Trade Tariff Fears | Soy Market Pressure | April Ag Exports Hit a High Mark | and more. (full story)

In the two weeks since the last report there has been very little movement in the market from a cash price standpoint but a significant amount of news and information […] (full story)

Crop Progress “It’s a jungle out there, kiddies.  Have a very fruitful day.”  The rice and the weeds are both growing rapidly under the hot, sunny conditions.  Many growers are […] (full story)

Yesterday’s heavy rains that marched across large part of central and north central Iowa coupled with recent storm systems across other parts of the state have resulted in significant areas […] (full story)

Dr. Bobby Golden, Extension rice and soil fertility agronomist, and Dr. Jason Bond, weed scientist with the MSU Delta Research and Extension Center, talk about herbicide tolerance and share some […] (full story)

This week we have seen some rain showers here and there. Some rain is forecast for next week as well.  The rain will help out those cotton growers having trouble […] (full story)

There were several revisions this month to the 2018/19 U.S. rice balance sheet. First, carryin was increased 3.0 million cwt to 37.3 million due to trade revisions for 2017/18. Second, […] (full story)

Much needed rain has falling over most of the state with the exception of some areas. The forecast is calling for rain and cooler temperature starting from Sunday June 17 […] (full story)

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If no widespread rain falls soon in Arkansas, farmers with limited pumping capacity will have to decide whether to put water on rice to maintain floods or irrigate soybeans. (full story)

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PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 15-JUN-2018 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)

Winter wheat yield projections are raised 0.3 bushels per acre, month-to-month, giving 2018/19 production a 6-million-bushel boost. U.S. all wheat supplies for 2018/19 are lifted by an additional 10 million […] (full story)

SF_LS757 Sioux Falls, SD Fri Jun 15, 2018 USDA-SD Dept of Ag Market News Ft. Pierre Livestock Auction - Ft. Pierre, SD Feeder Cattle Weighted Average Report for 06/15/2018 Receipts: 5260 Two Weeks ago: 12,123 Year Ago: 4973 Compared to two weeks ago: Feeder steers... (full story)

Based on strong soybean meal demand, USDA raised its 2017/18 marketing year forecast of the domestic soybean crush by 25 million bushels this month to a record 2.015 billion. The […] (full story)

The latest U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) cotton projections for 2018/19 indicate that global cotton stocks are forecast to decrease following last season’s relatively small increase. World ending stocks are […] (full story)

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The Trend Trader helps to identify the current trend status of your favorite futures markets. It not only helps us to stay on the right side of market direction, but also helps us avoid those without a trend. You can even use the grid as a spread matrix too - buying strength and selling weakness.... (full story)

During the past month, enhanced rainfall along a persistent mean frontal boundary draped along the eastern US resulted in substantial drought relief across the Southeast and mid-Atlantic states, although patches […] (full story)

Farm groups took to social media on Thursday as part of a last-ditch effort to get the Trump administration to back off trade tariffs the administration is expected to implement […] (full story)

PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 15-JUN-2018 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)

YAKIMA Shipping Point Prices as of 15-JUN-2018 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. Phone: (602) 514-7210 Fax: (602) 514-7215 Any questions or comments can be sent via email to:... (full story)

Summary Over the last week, dry conditions continued in the Desert Southwest and in parts of the Central Rockies, leading to drought persistence and degradation in these areas. Farther east […] (full story)