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Grain market close

The USDA Market News Service, Greeley, Colo., in the closing grain report for Aug. 19, reported in futures trading that Chicago September soft red winter wheat was $5.46, up 3 1/2 cents; September corn, $3.62 1/2, up 1 3/4 cents; December corn, [Read More]

Corn, wheat close higher

Corn and wheat closed higher Aug. 19 while soybeans traded lower, according to the National Grain Market Summary. Corn had slight gains even though signs from the Pro-Farmer Tour continue to show mostly good signs of a record crop. [Read More]

Grain market close

The USDA Market News Service, Greeley, Colo., in the closing grain report for Aug. 26, reported in futures trading that Chicago September soft red winter wheat was $5.41 1/2, down 1 cent; September corn, $3.56, down 4 cents; December corn, $3.6 [Read More]

Grains close lower, soybeans sharply lower

Grains closed lower with September soybeans sharply lower while November beans closed with slight losses, according to the National Grain Market Summary, Aug. 26. Rain fell throughout Corn Belt b [Read More]

Grain market close

The USDA Market News Service, Greeley, Colo., in the closing grain report for Sept. 9, reported in futures trading that Chicago December soft red winter wheat was $5.27 1/2, down 6 cents; December corn, $3.44 1/4, down 4 cents; and November soy [Read More]

Soybeans have double-digit losses

Grains all closed lower with soybeans having double-digit losses on selling pressure, according to the National Grain Market Summary, Sept. 9. Wheat closed mostly 6 cents lower. Corn traded 4 cents lower. Soybeans [Read More]

Grain market close

The USDA Market News Service, Greeley, Colo., in the closing grain report for Sept. 2, reported in futures trading that Chicago December soft red winter wheat was $5.55, down 8 1/2 cents; December corn, $3.63 3/4, down 1 cent; and November soyb [Read More]

Soybeans close higher

Soybeans closed higher while wheat and corn closed lower, according to the National Grain Market Summary, Sept. 2. A strong dollar index led most commodities lower. A strong soybean meal market help to led soybeans higher. Wheat close [Read More]


Precipitation minimal this week Arkansas

According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Arkansas, there were 6.4 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Aug. 17. Topsoil moisture supplies were 4 percent very short, 33 [Read More]

Dry conditions exacerbated by heat in some areas COlorado

Relatively dry conditions prevailed during the week ending Aug. 17 with isolated precipitation concentrated throughout the west slope and the northeastern district, [Read More]

Dryland crops stressing if missed rains Kansas

For the week ending Aug. 17, precipitation was limited to the northern half of the state, with totals less than a half inch in most areas, according to the National Agricultural Statistic [Read More]

Much needed rain arrives Missouri

Much needed rain fell across the state, averaging 1.26 inches during the week ending Aug. 17, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Missouri Field Office, Aug. 18. Statewide, temperatures ave [Read More]

Small grain harvest underway Montana

Days suitable for field work during the week ending Aug. 17 were 5.6 days compared to 6.4 days last year according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Montana Field Office, Aug. 18. Harvest of [Read More]

Some dryland crops needing rain, showing stress Nebraska

For the week ending Aug. 17, rain in the central part of the state helped reduce the need for irrigation, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Ne [Read More]

Hay cutting well underway New Mexico

During the week ending Aug. 17, there were 6.5 days suitable for fieldwork, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, New Mexico Field Office, Aug. 18. Topsoil moisture was 33 percent very [Read More]

Scattered rain showers reported South Dakota

For the week ending Aug. 17, temperatures were above normal in the western part of the state but below normal across the east, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, South [Read More]

Rainfall limits harvest in good portion of state Colorado

Widespread, isolated precipitation was received throughout most of Colorado during the week ending Aug. 24 with locally heavy rainfall reported in some cases, accord [Read More]

Much-needed precip limits fieldwork Iowa

Much-needed precipitation limited fieldwork to 4.2 days suitable across Iowa during the week ending Aug. 24, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Iowa Field Office, Aug. 25. Ab [Read More]

Fall field prep underway Kansas

For the week ending Aug. 24, average temperatures were four to eight degrees warmer than normal across Kansas, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Kansas Field Office, Aug. 25. Northern tier co [Read More]

Most of corn rated good to excellent Missouri

Statewide, temperatures averaged 81.5 degrees for the week ending Aug. 24, which is 5.5 degrees above normal, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Missouri Field Offic [Read More]

Heavy rain slows harvest, degrades crop conditions Montana

Heavy, and even record-setting, precipitation caused flooding in some areas during the week ending Aug. 24, slowing harvest and degrading crop conditions, accordin [Read More]

Small grain harvest slowed by rain, humidity South Dakota

For the week ending Aug. 24, rain and humid conditions across South Dakota slowed small grain harvest, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Sou [Read More]

Hot, humid weather persists Texas

Hot and humid weather persisted across the state during the week ending Aug. 24, with highs ranging between the high 90s and mid-100s, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Texas Field Office, [Read More]






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