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An downtrend will start as soon, as the pair drops below support level 2.300, which will be followed by moving down to support level 2.240 (full story)


We're keeping our eyes on soybeans... (full story)


The uptrend may be expected to continue, while pair is trading above support level 2987.50, which will be followed by reaching resistance level 3003 (full story)


The uptrend may be expected to continue, while pair is trading above support level 56.00, which will be followed by reaching resistance level 57.05 (full story)


The uptrend may be expected to continue, while pair is trading above support level 1415.50, which will be followed by reaching resistance level 1424 (full story)


The downtrend may be expected to continue, while pair is trading below resistance level 1.1190, which will be followed by reaching support level 1.1160 (full story)


It is a repeat of last week Monday where Sunday night opened firm but then selling emerged immediately and the market was lower into Mondays close. (full story)


Apple shows a bullish sequence from June 04 low favoring more upside calling for a potential break higher. This article & video show the Elliott Wave path. (full story)


The euro-dollar slipped below the 1.12 mark in the Asian trading session, as the US dollar strengthened against all G10 currencies and gold. (full story)


The Nasdaq100 (NQ) bounced yesterday off upchannel support (on the 4hr and daily chart). Significantly, NQ is back near the psychologically key 8k level and record high. (full story)


A remote sensing specialist says adoption of drone technology in agriculture has been slower than expected. In 2013 the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems predicted agriculture would be the industry most impacted by drones. Trevor Witt with... (full story)


LR_GR410 Little Rock, AR Mon Jul 22, 2019 USDA Market News Service National Weekly Rice Summary (Arkansas-Louisiana-Texas-California) Domestic Trend In the south, long and medium grain milled rice prices... (full story)


The Trend Trader helps to identify the current trend status of your favorite futures markets. It not only helps us to stay on the right side of market direction, but also helps us avoid those without a trend. You can even use the grid as a spread matrix too - buying strength and selling weakness.... (full story)


As of Sunday, 36% of Illinois corn was silking , way behind last year when it was almost 100 percent. Corn condition 78-percent fair to good. Soybeans emergence is 96 percent. Soybeans blooming were at 30 percent, well behind last year and the... (full story)


Hot and humid conditions boosted crop growth in Wisconsin last week but severe thunderstorms interrupted fieldwork and hay baling. Cooler, more stable air had moved into the state by Sunday. Corn silking was 10 percent complete, 12 days behind... (full story)


With all the rain from the tropical system known as Barry, sheath blight is picking up speed and we need to stay in front of it. Scout and treat based […] (full story)


Lean Hog futures were firm, to 40 cents higher in most contracts on Monday. August was down 65 cents, marking time as it is showing a $10 premium to the index. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 88 cents from the previous day on July 18 @ $72.40. The newl... (full story)


Corn futures ended the Monday session with most contracts 7 to 9 cents in the red. Cooler Corn Belt temps this week are a negative, helpful as more of the crop reaches the pollination stage. The weekly Crop Progress report showed 35% of the crop silk... (full story)


Soybean futures closed Monday with most nearby contracts 13 to 13 1/2 cents lower. August soybean meal was down $2.80/ton, with soy oil 37 points lower. Cooler forecasts and rains from this weekend along with no news about Chinese purchases caused so... (full story)


Live cattle futures saw 65 to 85 cent gains in the front months on Monday, following Friday’s USDA reports. Feeder cattle futures received some additional help from corn, with the front months $2.20 to $2.625 higher. The monthly NASS Cold Storage r... (full story)


Wheat futures were down 8 to 15 1/4 cents in most contracts on Monday. All wheat exports for the week that ended on 7/18 were tallied at 433,117 MT via USDA’s Export Inspections report. That was a 24.27% jump from the previous and slightly higher t... (full story)


Cotton futures settled firm to 39 points higher in most front months on Monday. The weekly Crop Progress report from NASS showed the 2019 US cotton crop at 78% squared (80% avg), as 33% was reported as setting bolls (37% avg). Cotton conditions impro... (full story)


Corn futures ended the Monday session with most contracts 7 to 9 cents in the red. Cooler Corn Belt temps this week are a negative, helpful as more of the crop reaches the pollination stage. The weekly Crop Progress report showed 35% of the crop silk... (full story)


I’m now going to refer to 2019 as Murphey’s Year – the year that everything that could go wrong did go wrong. Seems fitting to me. Others may have more […] (full story)


The warning sirens have sounded once again; the full faith and credit of the United States government is at risk of a default unless Congress raises the debt limit  This […] (full story)


An integrated pest management specialist is concerned about the proliferation of soybean gall midge. Bruce Potter with the University of Minnesota says 2018 was the first year the insect was identified in the state. “Some of it had been... (full story)


High winds, hail, and torrential rains damaged crops and limited fieldwork across Minnesota last week. But the USDA says heat that accompanied those storms did help crop development. As of Sunday, 21 percent of corn has silked.  That’s 10... (full story)


Warm temperatures and scattered rainfall hurt crop development in Indiana last week. Twenty-three percent of Indiana’s corn crop has begun to silk, and 35 percent of the crop is rated good to excellent. Twenty-one percent of the soybean crop... (full story)


Rain helped crops that were negatively impacted by extreme heat last week in Ohio. Eighteen percent of Ohio’s corn crop has begun to silk, and 35 percent of the crop is rated good to excellent. Twenty-seven percent of the soybean crop has... (full story)


CORN HIGHLIGHTS: Corn futures had a rough Monday closing with losses of 7-1/2 to 9 cents as Dec led today's drop, closing at 4.26-1/4, its lowest close since July 2. Today's decisive close under the 50-day moving average does not bode well technicall... (full story)


At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle closed higher on spillover support from feeder cattle.  Feeder cattle led the complex higher with support in the day’s decline in corn futures.  August live cattle closed $.85 higher at... (full story)


Hogs fail to high rally, cattle doesn't (full story)


The U.S. Dairy Export Council is looking at innovative ways of promoting dairy ingredients to other countries. CEO Tom Vilsack tells Brownfield the Council continues to learn about the tastes and textures popular in Asia. “We worked in... (full story)


Tropical Storm Barry brought timely rain to some areas, while causing major flooding damage in others.  According to the USDA’s latest Crop and Weather Report, 58 percent of the rice crop is rated good to excellent and 18 percent of the crop is... (full story)


Nebraska continues to have some of the highest crop ratings in the country this week. The state’s corn crop is rated 77 percent good to excellent, while soybeans check in at 73 percent. Corn silking, as of Sunday, was 40 percent, compared to 70... (full story)


Lawmakers and the White House are rushing to advance a budget deal the House can vote on before the August recess. The Trump Administration is concerned about the debt ceiling and is seeking $150 billion in cuts to mandatory programs, including... (full story)


Remnants of Tropical Storm Barry brought needed moisture to parts of Tennessee last week.  According to the latest Crop and Weather report, the rains helped improve crop conditions.  Seventy-four percent of the cotton crop is rated... (full story)


The University of Georgia Southeast Georgia Research and Education Center (SREC) in Midville, Georgia, will host its annual field day on Wednesday, Aug. 14. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. […] (full story)


Forty-one percent of Iowa’s corn crop had begun to silk, as of Sunday. That’s one week behind the five-year average. The corn crop was rated 62 percent good to excellent. Forty-seven percent of the soybean crop had started to bloom, nine days... (full story)


Brownfield’s Tom Steever will be in Sedalia on July 23, 2019 for the Missouri Swine Health Symposium. Continue reading Missouri Swine Health Symposium at Brownfield Ag News.           (full story)


Nufarm Americas Inc. announced today that Trunemco, its new seed-applied nematode management technology, has now been approved in 28 states. Following EPA approval of Trunemco in May, state approvals already […] (full story)


Soybeans were lower on profit taking and technical selling. There have been more rumors about new demand from China, but nothing has surfaced. About 200 million bushels of U.S. beans previously purchased by China remain unshipped, with about a month... (full story)


Milk futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange closed mostly lower Monday while cash trade was mixed. July Class III milk futures unchanged at $17.41.  August up three cents at $17.69.  September down a penny at $17.98.  October six cents lower at... (full story)


Chinese Chatter is Just That - at least so far (full story)


Storms last week brought much needed relief to dry areas of northern Michigan and destruction from high winds to other parts of the state. The USDA says the state’s corn crop condition declined to 42 percent good to excellent and five percent of... (full story)


Southern rust has been detected in southeast Missouri. University of Missouri State Extension Plant Pathologist Kaitlyn Bissonnette indicated that southern rust was first confirmed last week in Pemiscot County in […] (full story)


The USDA says U.S. corn and soybean condition ratings remain near multi-year lows. Both crops have been impacted by weather throughout the crop year to date, with historically slow planting because of wet, cool weather, and mixed conditions during... (full story)


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Last week, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced the Texas Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications to fill nine seats on the new Texas Olive Oil Advisory Board created […] (full story)


Sep. corn closed at $4.22 and 1/4, down 8 and 1/2 cents Aug. soybeans closed at $8.88 and 1/4, down 13 and 1/4 cents Aug. soybean meal closed at $308.40, down $2.80 Aug. soybean oil closed at 27.73, down 37 points Sep. wheat closed at $4.87 and 1/4,... (full story)


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