Grain traders are watching both corn and soybean futures this week. Mark Oppold notes that despite the lack of lack of fresh news, there has been some movement.
Grain and livestock trading is somewhat limited this week due to a lack of fresh news. Mark Oppold has more details.
A scholarship opportunity for undergraduate students who are passionate about agriculture. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) and BASF have partnered for another year to provide scholarships to undergraduate students passionate about agriculture. Over the past sixteen years, more than 80 undergraduate students have received scholarship funds to aid them in pursuing …
It’s typical during a holiday period, but as Mark Oppold reports, news in the grain trade is light right now.
With this being a holiday week, trade volumes are quite a bit lower than normal. Mark Oppold has more on that along with a few numbers from a recent video cattle auction.
Energy markets are something traders are still watching as we near the end of another year. And as Mark Oppold reports, a holiday weekend approaching is another reason why.
Various factors are being looked at when it comes to both the corn and soybean trade right now. Mark Oppold runs through some of the things traders are watching.
Many agricultural commodities saw a tough week this week. But as Mark Oppold reports, many traders are looking for a rebound.
Forward pricing of diesel fuel and gasoline is something farmers and ranchers may want to consider right now. Mark Oppold explains why.
In the third quarter of 2023, the corn sector wrapped up the 2022-2023 marketing year and entered the 2023-204 marketing year. Geopolitical tensions and international dynamics continue to be factors in the market. Looking ahead, a National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) webinar says the war in Israel could have larger implications for corn if it spreads throughout the Middle East. …