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The Indiana Beef Cattle Association has elected its officers for the coming year.  Neal Smith of Pendleton is the new IBCA president; president-elect is Chan Lanum of Flora; vice-president is Jill Duncan of Wingate; Andrew Stewart of Greensburg has... (full story)


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Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Rhiannon Branch will cover the Grain and Feed Association of Illinois Convention held in Springfield, Illinois on February 18, 2020. Continue reading Grain and Feed Association of Illinois Convention at Brownfield Ag... (full story)


Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Rhiannon Branch will be on the ground in Taylorville, Illinois on February 11, 2020 for the Dudley Smith Farm Winter Meeting hosted by University of Illinois Extension.     Continue reading Dudley Smith Farm Winter... (full story)


Brownfield’s Rhiannon Branch will be on the ground in East Peoria, Illinois on February 6 for the Illinois Society of Professional Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers Annual Meeting. Continue reading Illinois Society of Professional Farm... (full story)


Direct cash cattle trade is typically quiet for a Monday.  Bids and asking prices have yet to be established.  It’s likely significant trade volume will be delayed until at least Midweek.  Last week, business started on Wednesday and finished up on... (full story)


“Pork: You can’t make it from plants unless you feed them to a pig first.”  The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) will be running digital ads in the Des Moines International Airport featuring this slogan starting Jan. 27 and running through... (full story)


The Missouri Department of Conservation is ramping up its efforts to eliminate feral hogs in 2020. MDC’s Jason Jenson tells Brownfield Ag News, the department is bringing in extra staff to increase trapping efforts, “Right now, we’ve got staff... (full story)


A more promising trade outlook begs the question, “what’s next?”  for the Trump Administration. The President has notched two significant wins this month with the signing of the Phase One trade deal with China and Congressional ratification... (full story)


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Soybean futures are down again, with losses of as much as 9 1/2 cents in the front moth contracts. Concern about a virus related Chinese economic slowdown is one feature, with record Brazilian production also weighing on prices. Soybean meal futures ... (full story)


Lean hogs futures carried Friday triple digit loss out of the weekend with more of the same. May hogs are down the most at midday, with losses @ $2.97 so far. The CME Lean Hog Index was 24 cents higher on 01/23, at $61.53. There are 490,309 MTs of un... (full story)


The wheat market is lower so far on Monday, with Chicago futures down the most. SRW futures are down by 4 1/2 cents at midday. KC HRS futures are also lower, showing losses of 1 3/4 cents so far. In MPLS wheat, futures are a penny lower in the March ... (full story)


Fears of a global economic slowdown tied to the Wuhan coronavirus have corn futures 6 1/2 to 8 1/2 cents lower at midday. USDA announced a private export sale of new crop this morning, Japan purchased 111,252 MT of corn for 20/21 delivery. In the wee... (full story)


Cotton comes out of the weekend with losses. Front month futures are down 7 to 42 points as China has officially extended the Chinese New Year holiday shut downs into mid-February and is limiting travel. Some schools will be closed until at least Feb... (full story)


Live cattle futures are falling by triple digits to start the new week. April futures are down the most with a $2.57 loss on the board at midday. The USDA COF report was seen as neutral, but did show a concentration of heavy weight placements. Concer... (full story)


Fears of a global economic slowdown tied to the Wuhan coronavirus have corn futures 6 1/2 to 8 1/2 cents lower at midday. USDA announced a private export sale of new crop this morning, Japan purchased 111,252 MT of corn for 20/21 delivery. In the wee... (full story)


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Our research team believes a 5% to 8% rotation should be considered a normal reversion range where price may find immediate support and attempt to rally from these support levels. (full story)


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The 10th Circuit Court has struck down three small refinery exemptions under the Renewable Fuel Standard.  The court decided in favor of the Renewable Fuels Association, the National Corn Growers Association, the American Coalition for... (full story)


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Gather intel to craft a creative and disciplined marketing plan Acreage question marks, trade uncertainty and lingering 2019 production issues, put a higher-than-normal premium on astute grain marketing. We asked eight analysts to provide their... (full story)


Pigs in Okinawa Prefecture, the southernmost prefecture in Japan, may have been infected with classical swine fever (CSF), also known as hog cholera, through leftover food scraps, experts commissioned by the agricultural ministry in Japan said on... (full story)


The USDA says sorghum and soybean export inspections during the week ending January 23rd were above what’s needed to meet projections for the current marketing year. The 2019/20 marketing year started June 1st for wheat and September 1st for... (full story)


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CORN Corn futures are showing sharp losses so far today, with Mar down 7-1/2 to 3.79-3/4, May down 7 cents to 3.85-3/4, and Jul down 6-1/2 to 3.91-1/4. Corn is being lowered this morning by softer energy prices, and with it, a concern about slowing ... (full story)


Bayer AG has agreed with plaintiffs in a St. Louis glyphosate trial that was to have begun Friday to postpone it and enter into settlement talks. A statement from Bayer says the parties will continue the mediation process but “there is no... (full story)


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Uncertain Weather Forecasts Keeping Lid on Prices (full story)


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To bolster the nation’s defenses against foreign animal diseases, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) is urging the House Committee on Homeland Security to approve legislation authorizing funding for additional U.S. Customs and Border... (full story)


Almost 3000 now infected in China, 81 dead, but "unofficial" talk on the ground is numbers are way higher. China extends Lunar New Year holiday by one week to help stem spread of the disease. Global markets go into risk-off mode to start week, with plunge in Chinese yuan... (full story)


Actionable ideas for ES, NQ, Crude, Gold and more. (full story)


Bears have solid chart advantage amid steep price downtrend line to suggest retest of December low, or below. However, the coronavirus market "shock" will likely see prices get overdone on the downside. (full story)


We kickoff the day with New Home Sales at 9:00 A.M., Dallas Fed Manufacturing Index at 9:30 A.M., 2-Year Note Auction and 6-Month Bill Auction [...] (full story)


The average farmer spends close to 20% of production costs on fertilizer. Unfortunately, a quarter of that fertilizer is futile when the food is wasted. With the global epidemic of food waste, valuable on-farm inputs are thrown out along with the... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: IDAHO FALLS JAN 27 2020 TRUCK, AIR, BOAT AND IMPORT SHIPMENTS FOR: FRI JAN 24 2020 SAT JAN 25 2020 ... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: IDAHO FALLS JAN 27 2020 TRUCK, AIR, BOAT AND IMPORT SHIPMENTS FOR: FRI JAN 24 2020 SAT JAN 25 2020 ... (full story)


PHILADELPHIA Terminal Prices as of 27-JAN-2020 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. ... (full story)


The indices are down, the grains are down, meats are down, in general most markets are down. The markets are a sea of red as the rising tide of the Coronavirus looms over traders and eliminates any sentiment of a risk on environment. (full story)


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