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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

 

The quarterly grain stocks report provided support to beans and was mostly neutral for corn.  The USDA reduced the size of the 2014 bean crop on yield by 0.3 bushel/acre and reduced harvested acres.  The long and short version 41.7 million bushel came off the bottom line number.  The upside, this reduction in supply most likely carries through to the October monthly S&D report reducing potential carryout for the 2015/16 crop year.  However, given the resounding yield reports coming in across the Midwest on bean yields the USDA may opt to raise the current year’s production.  The actual ending stocks on beans was pegged at 191 million bushels this compares to last year’s 92 million.   Estimate for the upcoming crop season is 430 million bushels.  Corn was mostly a yawner with ending stocks pegged at 1.731 billion bushels compared to 1.232 last year.  So, corn is building supplies ever so slowly and may make rallies hard to sustain.  As reported Monday harvest pace for corn was 18% vs. the average of 23%.  Soybeans showing 21% harvested vs. 16% on average with a respectable week of weather.  Chatter continues regarding a little more variability on incoming corn yields though still probably solid numbers and showing exceptional dry down standing in the field.  The full consensus is beans yields are coming in “STRONG” and as well a little or a lot dryer than we’d like to see.  Some reports that southern Illinois may be all wrapped near week’s end and reports of bean harvest finishing northwest of the Twin Cities.  Safe harvesting!

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Corn Market Fractionally Lower -

The corn market traded fractionally lower overnight. Corn futures finished Monday 3/4 to 1 1/4 cents lower. After the close, the USDA released the

Wheat Markets Steady to 2 Lower This Morning -

Wheat is UNCH to 2 cents lower this morning ahead of the monthly USDA supply/demand report. On Monday, the winter wheats finished mostly lower,

Cotton Market Off 18 to 27 Points Overnight -

Overnight action in the cotton market was 18 to 27 points lower. Last week’s bulls are taking money off the table ahead of the USDA reports at

Ag Market Commentary -

The corn market traded fractionally lower overnight. Corn futures finished Monday 3/4 to 1 1/4 cents lower. After the close, the USDA released the

Lean Hogs Dip to $60 -

Lean hog futures were lower in the front months after Monday trading. Futures closed with losses of 72 cents to $1.125 on the board. The 12/6 Fresh

Cattle Market News and Commentary -

Live cattle futures were 22 lower to 35 higher yesterday, influenced by seasonal weakness in the cutouts. Tight supplies of ready cattle helped to

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Co-Alliance, LLP will NOT accept the genetically modified version of Syngenta corn containing the Agrisure Duracade genetic trait until it has been approved by China and other major export markets.

 

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