Grains try to recover midday with help from the reversal in outside markets. LC mixed with bullish hopes for the USDA Cattle Inventory Report. Hogs lower. Scott Varilek of Kooima Kooima Varilek has details.
Winter wheat futures fell overnight while corn and soybeans were mixed ahead of USDA’s monthly Supply and Demand update.
Drought continues to cover much of the western half of the country, though the footprint has receded, especially in the Plains.
Soybeans rally near 10-year high on fresh export business, tight supplies; nearby corn firms, wheat lower.
USDA soybean sale reported.
Winter wheat futures fell to lows for the week overnight and corn and soybeans also dropped in a corrective setback following Wednesday’s gains. . .
Cash cattle trade started around $136 . . .
Market recaps for corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle & hogs
Morning grain and livestock calls
Traders are awaiting Friday morning’s monthly USDA Supply and Demand report. . .
Recaps of today's price action for corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle and hogs.
Highlights from USDA’s crop progress and condition update for the week ended June 5.
Recaps of today's market action for corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle & hogs.
Soybean planting progress to be updated.
Winter wheat futures rose sharply overnight and corn and soybeans also climbed . . .
overnight commodity update
Weekly recap for corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle & hogs
USDA reports a daily corn sale
Corn, soybean and winter wheat futures were under mild pressure overnight and trading in narrow ranges as traders monitored the Ukraine situation and U.S. weather.
Wheat futures rebounded firmly overnight following sharp declines the previous two sessions, while corn and soybeans also gained.
Ukraine is working with international partners to create a United Nations-backed mission to restore Black Sea shipping routes and export Ukrainian ag products. . .
daily recap of grain & livestock markets
• Ukrainian corn production could decline to 26.1 MMT this year from . . .
Wheat futures rebounded overnight from sharp losses Tuesday. Corn and soybean futures also firmed.
Corn, soybeans, spring wheat and winter wheat planting progress and conditions.
July corn futures sank 23 3/4 cents to $7.53 1/2, the contract’s lowest closing price since April 4.
USDA is expected to report a big increase in planting progress.
Morning calls & comments
Planting delays remain a concern
grain & livestock calls & market comments
Russian wheat exports could jump to 50 MMT in 2022-23
A broad mix of U.S. food and ag groups sent a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai calling for a halt to trade tariffs to ease inflation.
July soybeans surged 45 1/2 cents to $17.26 1/2, a lifetime-high close for the contract.
USDA reported net weekly U.S. corn sales of 151,600 MT for 2021-22. . .
Winter wheat futures fell for a third consecutive day amid prospects for grain shipments out of the Black Sea region. Corn was lower and near 7-week lows . . .
China and Brazil agreed to corn export protocols earlier this week, but Brazilian corn exports to China require an agreement about approved GMO varieties before effectively beginning
Corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle & hog recaps.
U.S. ethanol production averaged 1.014 million barrels per day (bpd) during the week ended May 20. . .
Corn futures dropped to a six-week low on improved U.S. planting progress, while soybeans also tumbled.
Plunging demand for soyoil in China is expected to cut consumption of soybeans.
The Wall Street Journal notes one reason: Their executives are no longer incentivized to ramp up output.
A recap of today's grain and livestock markets.
Cash cattle trade started unusually early with a Nebraska regional planting buying some animals around $138 out of Kansas on Monday.
Futures benefited from corrective buying and spillover from gains in wheat.
USDA says 72% of the corn crop was planted as of Sunday, up 23 percentage points over the past week and. . .
Soybean sale announced by USDA.
Recaps of corn, soybean, wheat, cattle & hog markets.
The Midwest “will see a mix of rain and sunshine during the next two weeks that will disrupt planting while keeping conditions favorable. . .
Wheat futures extended recent losses, hitting lows for the week overnight. Corn futures were under pressure amid expectations. . .
USDA’s Cattle on Feed Report this afternoon is expected to show the May 1 feedlot inventory up 1.3% from year-ago. . .
Wheat yield potential in Kansas was estimated at 39.7 bu. per acre, based on samples collected by crop scouts on the annual Wheat Quality Council HRW tour.