Commentary released three times daily, once on Saturday and once on Sunday. Covers market trends, USDA reports, and includes farm marketing advice.
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Published each Tuesday, chief economist Dr. Bill Tierney provides in depth, statistical research on longer term fundamental trends.
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Really. Corn prices, on average, fluctuate by $.90-3.00/Bu in any given marketing year. Soybean prices rise and fall upwards of $2.00-6.00/Bu. Choosing when to sell your crop is important, and market direction is now a function of many, many things: global cash prices, global weather trends, ocean temperatures, government policies, and chart patterns among many other variables. There’s always uncertainty, but let us worry about markets while you focus on crop production. Sign up for a trial and get full access for seven days.
The Daily Newsletter includes updates three times per day, and covers agricultural market news, weather forecast changes, supply and demand, price outlooks and even includes features comprehensive farm marketing advice. Know where the market is, and where it’s going, at all times.
The Weekly Newsletter takes an in-depth statistical look at market-driving events, and includes graphical representation of end user margins, US export sales, world trade, speculative fund positions and crop conditions.
Climate Impact offers not just 30-day weather forecasts (for all major producing regions) but also discusses what drives 3- and 6-month climate patterns. You won’t be surprised by drought anymore.
And AgResource LATAM provides expert assessment on South America, including economic trends, by-state and by-province yield estimates, and cost of production analysis. South America has become a major player in world agricultural markets, and the South American perspective will only get more important over the next several years.
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