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Soybeans, corn, wheat drop to start week

Soybeans were sharply lower on speculative and technical selling. The remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl are expected to bring rain to parts of the Delta and eastern Midwest. That could cause flooding in some areas, but the trade is taking a wait and see... Read More.

68% of U.S. corn, soybeans rated good to excellent

The USDA’s national corn and soybean condition ratings improved a little over the past week. Development weather remains mostly favorable, but there are some areas of concern, and there could be some impact this week as the remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl make their... Read More.

Soybeans, corn, wheat up in light trade

Soybeans were higher on commercial and technical buying, in light post-holiday trade, cementing a higher weekly finish. There was more rain in the forecast for the upper Midwest ahead of a warmer, drier pattern. Weekly old crop U.S. export sales were bearish, while new... Read More.

Analyst: U.S. corn and soybeans not perfect

An analyst says the U.S. corn and soybean crops are looking good, but not perfect as July begins. “Good news for crops, but bad news for prices.” Michael Cordonnier with Corn and Soybean Advisor says he’s expecting corn yields to fall below USDA’s trendline... Read More.

Soybeans higher ahead of July 4th break

Soybeans were higher on commercial and technical buying. Soybeans saw some spillover from bean oil along with support from solid crush margins. Development conditions for U.S. beans look benign for most of the region. Unknown destinations bought 110,100 tons of U.S. beans Wednesday morning,... Read More.

Spotlight on Soybeans Podcast Ep. 1 | Teaser

Missouri Soybeans constantly provides information on where checkoff dollars are being spent. Outreach and Education Director Baylee Asbury says part of the organization’s transparency is referred to as Checkoff Sellback. They offer many opportunities throughout the year for farmers to provide their feedback on... Read More.

78% of Nebraska soybeans, 80% of corn rated good to excellent

Corn and soybeans conditions have dipped slightly from last week. The latest Crop Progress and Conditions report from the USDA says 78% of soybeans are rated good to excellent, 23% of the crop is blooming, ahead of last year’s 17% and the 5-year average of 20% . Corn is rated 80% good to... Read More.

Soybeans, wheat start July higher

Soybeans were higher on commercial and technical buying. Soybeans are watching U.S. development conditions, with a wetter pattern on tap for parts of the region, while other areas, mostly further to the east, could be drier and warmer. The USDA says 67% of U.S.... Read More.

67% of U.S. corn, soybeans rated good to excellent

The U.S. corn condition rating dipped over the past week. That week of weather ranged from flooding in parts of the northwest Corn Belt and hot, dry weather in other portions of the region. The USDA says 67% of the U.S. corn crop is... Read More.

Spotlight on Soybeans Podcast Ep. 1 | Preview to the Podcast

Welcome to the first episode of the Missouri Spotlight on Soybeans podcast! Get a quick overview of what’s to come as we dive into the world of Missouri soybeans. We’ll cover the latest research, share practical farming tips, and hear from industry experts. Whether... Read More.

Corn down, soybeans, wheat mixed after USDA numbers

Soybeans were mixed, closing lower for the week. The USDA sees 2024 planted area at 86.1 million acres, but the department says there were nearly 13 million acres unplanted as of the time the report was assembled, which doesn’t include potential switches or replanting... Read More.

Soybeans down ahead of USDA reports, corn mixed

Soybeans were lower on fund and technical selling. The trade was getting ready for Friday’s USDA planted acreage and quarterly stocks numbers. Ahead of the report, analysts expect soybean acres to 86.86 million acres, with quarterly stocks at 957 million bushels, which would be... Read More.