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MO crop conditions fall on little moisture

Missouri’s crops suffered last week under hot and mostly dry conditions. USDA says corn silking has begun in the state, about a week later than normal. Corn is rated 69 percent good to excellent, down one percent on the week. Ninety-three percent of Missouri’s soybean... Read More.

Export inspections up on week

The USDA says that as of the week ending June 23rd, corn, soybean, and wheat export inspections remain behind the needed paces to meet projections for the current, respective, marketing years. The 2021/22 marketing year started September 1st, 2021 for beans, corn, and... Read More.

Export sales generally down on the week

U.S. export sales continue to face some strong headwinds. That’s due to several factors, including recent relative strength in the U.S. dollar, seasonal trends, including Brazil’s record soybean crop hitting the market, and high prices. The USDA says old crop soybean, soybean meal,... Read More.

Farmer unsure on quality of soybean crop

A northwestern Illinois farmer is pleased with his corn’s growth but says the verdict is still out on his soybeans. Jon Rosenstiel tells Brownfield his ground has been at a moisture deficit since this time last year and recent hot conditions aren’t helping. “It won’t... Read More.