Monday's USDA weekly Crop Progress and Condition reports were neutral to bearish for corn, neutral to bullish for soybeans and spring wheat, and neutral for winter wheat, according to DTN Analyst Todd Hultman.
USDA's count of June 1 soybean stocks points to much lower ending
stocks than expected.
See DTN Ag News. BTodd's Take...
Drier weather has allowed View From the Cab farmer Lane Robinson of
Cromwell, Indiana, to finally cut hay, but row-crop fields are still too wet to
apply post-emergence herbicide, which means weeds are flourishing. Meanwhile,
in western Nebraska, plentiful antelope populations could threaten some of Leon
Kriesel's wheat fields this winter.
See DTN Ag News. 7^View From the Cab...
Futures open-outcry trading pits, a symbol of American capitalism and
integral piece of agriculture history, died Monday, July 6, following a long
battle with technology.
See DTN Ag News. BOBITUARY: Futures Pits...
Monday's USDA weekly Crop Progress and Condition reports were neutral
to bearish for corn, neutral to bullish for soybeans and spring wheat, and
neutral for winter wheat, according to DTN Analyst Todd Hultman.
See . FUSDA Weekly Crop Progress ...
Late-season issues with either heavy rain or dryness loom as
challenges for global wheat output this year.
See DTN Ag News. BMidsummer Weather Outlook - 3...
In a memo to USDA, FDA and EPA, the White House stated that a review of biotech regulations was needed to ensure public confidence in the regulatory system, improve transparency and prevent unnecessary barriers to future innovations. The overhaul in regulations would focus on biotech crops, animals and microbes, but would avoid re-examining rules for biotech products in the medical field.