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Sponsored by Pivot Bio PROVEN A cold front interacting with lingering tropical moisture will result in locally heavy showers and thunderstorms in the southern and eastern U.S. Lingering showers across the lower Southeast could boost 5-day rainfall... (full story)


The S&P500 (ES) reversed Friday's losses yesterday, and is once again just a few day's volatility of the June and record high. Significantly, although ES has clawed back to prior ascending wedge resistance (on the weekly chart), the ES remains vulnerable in the day or so following today's highly anticipated Powell comments at 2pm EST to a retest of Monday's low. (full story)


Kyle Durham, Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council chairman, says checkoff dollars touch a variety of initiatives that all work together to benefit the soybean growers. Learn more at mosoy.org. Brought to you by Missouri’s soybean growers and... (full story)


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YAKIMA Shipping Point Prices as of 21-JUN-2021 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)


REPORTING OFFICE: MCALLEN JUN 21 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUN 20 2021 ... (full story)


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SA_LS850 San Angelo, TX Mon Jun 21, 2021 USDA Market News National Sheep Summary for Monday, June 21, 2021 Compared to last month in Missouri slaughter lambs 20.00 higher; slaughter ewes 15.00 higher. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3: Missouri: no... (full story)


Pick your poison.  You could find any number of reasons and excuses why ags were annihilated last week.  Several traders mentioned China’s efforts to curb speculation in commodities. Most importantly […] (full story)


Phone calls on rice water weevil adults moving into rice have picked up tremendously over the past two weeks.  A few weeks ago, we made the comment that it was […] (full story)


Corn futures ended the Monday session with a 4 cent gain in July, accompanied with 9 1/4 to 9 1/2 cent new crop losses. The delayed CFTC report showed long liquidation reduced managed money’s net long in corn by 22,689 contracts to 252,730 as of 6/15. Commercials also reduced exposure... (full story)


The midday wheat recovery faded back in the afternoon, leaving the board mixed at the close. MGE wheat held onto gains, though were just fractionally to 2 cents higher. CBT futures closed the day fractionally to 1 1/4 cents in the red. KC wheat closed with 5 3/4 to 6... (full story)


Monday cattle futures ended lower, with higher feeders. Live cattle futures closed 25 cents to 52 cents in the red. June was down just 7 cents to $120.97, due to a strong basis. CME data showed no deliveries against June fat cattle futures through June 18. The oldest long is... (full story)


Triple digit losses on Monday will have the board back to expanded $4.50 limits for the Tuesday session. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Monday afternoon was $123.57 after a $0.95 recovery. The CME Lean Hog Index for 6/18 was $120.68 after a 25 cent recovery.   Lean hog spec... (full story)


At the close for the first trade day of the week, soybean futures were double digits stronger in old crop, and 6 1/4 to 8 1/4 cents higher for new crop. Soymeal prices were weaker at the close, with losses limited to $2.70/ton in the front months. BO futures closed... (full story)


Afternoon cotton trading left new crop futures firm, closing 1 to 7 points in the black, where old crop July fell 33 points. The weekly CoT report showed managed money at 42,685 contracts net long in cotton on 6/15. That was a 4,740 contract increase from Tuesday to Tuesday driven... (full story)


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We’re still dealing with the aftermath from the flooding events in South AR and that’s driving most discussions these days.  With the hot and dry conditions, we’re at an odd […] (full story)


Hogs in free fall, Cattle markets drifting (full story)


As the floodwaters from the recent weather event here recede, damage from these storms is still being assessed, though it is feared the areas impacted will be much greater than […] (full story)


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The three Wisconsin bills that call for truth in labeling for meat, milk, and dairy products will get a vote from the full State Assembly Tuesday.  Assembly Bill 73 would prohibit use of the terms cream, yogurt, or cheese unless the product... (full story)


TFM Cash+ Take the Stress Out of Your Marketing Strategy. No hedge account. No margin calls. Just comprehensive, common-sense guidance at a great value. Learn more: https://www.totalfarmmarketing.com/tfm-cash-plus/ CORN HIGHLIGHTS: Corn futures ended mixed with front month Jul gaining 4 cents to close the session at 6.59-1/4 and new crop Dec... (full story)


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Widespread dryness is limiting in-season fertilizer applications. University of Minnesota Extension soil fertility specialist Daniel Kaiser says some farmers planning to side-dress are unsure of when and what to apply. “Mainly because... (full story)


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Much drier weather allowed Tennessee farmers to get back in the fields.  Farmers across the state have been harvesting wheat, planting soybeans, and catching up on post-emergent herbicide applications.    Corn is 9% silking and 81%... (full story)


A recent poll conducted by the Renewable Fuels Association reflects growing support for the Renewable Fuel Standard. Ken Colombini with RFA says a sample of nearly 1,100 registered voters responded to questions about ethanol, biofuels, and the RFS.... (full story)


NW_PY047 Atlanta, GA Mon. Jun 21, 2021 USDA Market News Weekly Midwest Region Broiler/Fryer Parts ... (full story)


KO_LS800 Oklahoma City, OK Mon Jun 21, 2021 USDA-OK Dept Ag Market News The OKC West Livestock Auction is estimating 1,100 head of stocker cattle and calves for the sale on Tuesday 06/22/2021. Source: USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, Ok Telephone (405)... (full story)


Above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation continued to impact Missouri’s crops last week.  USDA reporters say the state had less than four-tenths of an inch of rain all week, with an average temperature of just over 79... (full story)


While a much drier week, some Arkansas farmers are still battling the damages left by recent flooding.  Twenty-eight percent of the corn is silking and 1% is in the dough stage with 66% rated good to excellent.  Twelve percent of cotton is squaring... (full story)


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