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Quarterly Stocks & Planting Intentions Reports

Published on Monday, March 27, 2017

This Friday at 11:00 Central Time, the USDA will inform the world of their estimate of planted acreage for 21 different crops as intended by farmers in the United States.  The estimates are built on surveys that were issued during the first two weeks of March and includes a sampling of nearly 90,000 producers that were contacted via  mail, Internet, telephone, or pers...

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South American Production

Published on Thursday, March 23, 2017

It will only be a matter of weeks before the USDA begins releasing the Weekly Crop Conditions report that monitors speed of planting, germination, development, and quality.  These reports are a leading indicator of the potential yield that any given crop can achieve.  While they are not absolute in their outcome, they give us a look inside the box so to speak about what to expect.  ...

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Time to Fuel Up for Spring and Fall?

Published on Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Nowadays, much of our focus on energy savings is in light bulbs, equipment, or efficiency.  However, the area of focus for us is in the markets.  For anyone looking to book diesel fuel, the action in markets over the last week has opened some doors.  Spot markets have given up nearly all of the "Trump Bump" and returned to an 8 month trend line.  See April Diesel Chart. Beyond...

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USDA Report Numbers

Published on Thursday, March 9, 2017

The USDA released their March WASDE report today with little by way of changes to domestic balance sheets.  A summary of the report can be seen in the tables below.  The real mover in today's numbers were the world balance sheets.  Canada and Australia wheat ending stocks grew enough to help give rise to world wheat stocks.  Brazilian soybean production rose 4 MMT to give rise ...

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Ag Outlook Forum Confirms Market Guesses...For Now

Published on Monday, February 27, 2017

Every year, the market awaits the numbers that are generated by USDA economists and others who speak to the crowd at the USDA Ag Outlook Forum.  Of particular interest each year are the baseline figures used by their chief economist (currently Robert Johansson) for corn and soybean acres.  That was one point among several conclusions that Mr. Johansson drew in his presentation to this ye...

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