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USDA 2024 Commodity Outlook

02/15

USDA's Grains and Oilseeds Outlook for the upcoming 2024-25 marketing year sees the highest corn ending stocks since the 2005-2006 season, while the soybean stocks are forecast to increase 120 million bushels. Prices are forecast to average $4.40 per bushel of corn and $11.20 per bushel of soybeans.

USDA Livestock and Poultry Outlook

02/15

The livestock sector will benefit from lower feed prices in 2024 as cattle and beef producers are projected to see higher prices as well. A trend in the livestock and poultry sectors is that exports will be challenged because of increased production by competitors, especially Brazil.

EPA Outlines OTT Dicamba Use for 2024

02/14

Eight days after a federal court vacated the registration of three over-the-top dicamba products, EPA released an existing stocks order that provides direction for those products' use in 2024.

Risks and Complication of Prop 12

02/14

Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack has increasingly become more vocal over the impacts of California's law, which was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court last May. The court's ruling now appears to grant the ability of states to dictate farm production practices to farmers outside their state borders and ignore federal food-safety standards.

DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends

02/14

Average retail fertilizer prices were mixed during the second week of February 2024, with prices for four of the eight major fertilizers down slightly and prices for the other four up slightly from last month. This broke a streak of six weeks when most prices were lower. No fertilizers were up or down any significant amount looking back a month.

2022 Ag Census Released

02/13

USDA released its 2022 Ag Census on Tuesday, a five-year survey that takes a snapshot of American farmers and their operations. The report showed a decline in farms and farm acreage overall. The average age of producers also continues to rise.

Farm Robots Common but Face Hurdles

02/13

As the new ag age approaches, some questions remain. Autonomy isn't easy: not the technology, the hardware, nor getting it all in the field to work comfortably with farmers. Still, the tremendous potential of autonomy beckons from across the ag machinery landscape and big things are being promised.

Taxlink

02/13

As more farmers look to futures markets to reduce risk, there are two techniques they can use: hedging and speculation. There are positives and negatives, and tax implications, to each technique.

Farm Income Forecast Drops

02/07

USDA anticipates net farm incomes dropping by more than 25% year-over-year on lower commodity prices, fewer direct government payments and higher expenses.



Market News


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DTN Early Word Livestock Comments 02/23 06:16
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DTN Midday Grain Comments 02/23 10:58
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02/23
US Direct Feeder Pigs
02/23
DTN Closing Grain Comments 02/23 13:47
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DTN Closing Livestock Comment 02/23 15:40
02/23
DTN Chart Technical Points 02/23 16:30
02/23
DTN Cattle Close/Trends 02/23 15:50
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Corn News


DTN Early Word Grains 02/23 05:47
02/23
DTN Midday Grain Comments 02/23 10:58
02/23
Market Matters Blog 02/23 12:11
02/23
DTN Closing Grain Comments 02/23 13:47
02/23
FARM MARKET NEWS - CORN REPORT FOR Fri, February 23
02/23
DTN Weather Trend Indicators 02/23 06:29
02/25


Soy News


DTN Early Word Grains 02/23 05:47
02/23
DTN Midday Grain Comments 02/23 10:58
02/23
DTN Closing Grain Comments 02/23 13:47
02/23
FARM MARKET NEWS - SOYBEAN AND WHEAT REPORT FOR Fri, February 23
02/23
DTN Weather Trend Indicators 02/23 06:29
02/25


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