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US Dollar is breaking out. Bearish commodities because it affects exports. (full story)


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PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 16-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: EL CENTRO JUN 16 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUN 15 2021 ... (full story)


PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 16-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


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Persistent rains have resulted in ample conditions for seedling and root rotting diseases in many Missouri fields this spring season. Most prominently, Pythium species have been resulting in infection of the roots […] (full story)


FRESNO Shipping Point Prices as of 16-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


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YAKIMA Shipping Point Prices as of 16-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. Phone: (602) 514-7210 Fax: (602) 514-7205 Any questions or comments can be sent via email to:... (full story)


YAKIMA Shipping Point Prices as of Wednesday, June 16, 2021. Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News, Federal Market News Service, USDA Phone: (602) 514-7210 Fax: (602) 514-7215 Email: Yakima.fvmndata@ams.usda.gov Website:... (full story)


FRESNO Shipping Point Prices as of 16-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


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After fading midday gains in the afternoon, corn futures ended the day mixed. Old crop July futures closed 5 1/2 cents in the black. New crop prices gave back their double digit gains to end the midweek session 1 1/4 to 2 1/4 cents in the red.  USDA reported a... (full story)


Lean hog futures were down the limit out through Feb ’22 contracts. The $4.50 expanded limits will be utilized for Thursday’s session. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price for Wednesday was $5.73 stronger to $128.45. The CME Lean Hog Index for 6/14 was $0.79 higher to $122.68.     China’s state... (full story)


Wednesday wheat trading ended with the complex mixed and well below the intra day highs. CBT futures faded back to end fractionally lower to 1 1/4 cents higher. KC futures closed the weakest on Wednesday, down by a 1/2 to 2 cents. Spring wheat also pulled back in the afternoon,... (full story)


At the closing bell, front month cattle futures were $0.50 to $1.35 in the black. The FCE auction sold 1,006 head of the 6,049 head listed for a wtd average price of $121.46. USDA confirmed additional Wednesday cash sales from $121-$124. NE cattle went $124 live and $193-$196 dressed, while... (full story)


The soy complex will trade with the expanded limits on Thursday following the 350 point losses in soybean oil. Soybeans closed 17 1/4 to 30 1/4 cents in the red, and are allotted $1.50 per bushel limits for the Thursday session. Soymeal traded in the black to maintain the crush... (full story)


Wednesday cotton trading saw afternoon drops reduce July’s gain and add to the new crop losses. July closed 5 points in the black, after being up 43 points at midday. New crop futures closed 70 to 95 points in the red reflecting the rain forecasts for the U.S. Southeast.  ... (full story)


SA_LS850 San Angelo, TX Wed Jun 16, 2021 USDA Market News National Sheep Summary for Wednesday, June 16, 2021 Compared to last week at Sioux Falls, SD slaughter lambs 20.00-25.00 higher; slaughter ewes uneven, fleshy ewes 2.00-13.00 lower and thin ewes 5.00-10.00... (full story)


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MIAMI Shipping Point Prices as of 16-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


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A University of Wisconsin Extension specialist says even with first crop hay looking good, prices and demand in the hay market remain steady. Richard Halopka tells Brownfield prime hay with a relative feed value over 151 and Grade 1 hay between 125... (full story)


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The Operations Manager of FamilyFarms Group says growers need to use patience if they are getting into the carbon markets. Scott Loker tells Brownfield Ag News it’s not going to necessarily be a quick payday for farmers. While there are pilot... (full story)


TFM Cash+ Take the Stress Out of Your Marketing Strategy. No hedge account. No margin calls. Just comprehensive, common-sense guidance at a great value. Learn more: https://www.totalfarmmarketing.com/tfm-cash-plus/ CORN HIGHLIGHTS:  Corn futures finished mixed in a day where both bulls and bears were in charge, yet by the close, prices were... (full story)


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Much of the Delta has been hammered by rainfall and Brownfield meteorologist Greg Soulje says that’s not likely to change anytime soon.  “it’s going to be overtly wet and staying wet,” he says.  “In what promises to be a very wet, moderately busy,... (full story)


While U.S. farmers and ranchers demonstrated a determined perseverance as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded in 2020, many of the supply chain processes in place were not equally resilient and disruptions quickly mounted. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack... (full story)


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At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle ended the day higher, supported by stronger cash trade.  Feeders had addition support from the day’s mostly lower move in corn.  June live cattle closed $1.07 higher at $122.30 and... (full story)


Ten Percent Correction for Old and New Crop Soybeans (full story)


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Milk futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange closed lower Wednesday as pressure continues across commodities, block cheese was the only cash market to see positive movement. June Class III milk unchanged at $17.25. July down 16 cents at $16.97.... (full story)


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Jul. corn closed at $6.73, up 5 and 1/2 cents Jul. soybeans closed at $14.48 and 1/2, down 17 and 1/4 cents Jul. soybean meal closed at $379.20, up $6.80 Jul. soybean oil closed at 62.07, down 350 points Jul. wheat closed at $6.67 and 1/2, up 6 cents... (full story)


Brownfield’s meteorologist says despite recent rains, there hasn’t been enough moisture to break expanding drought conditions in parts of the Midwest. “Boy some big expansion through Michigan, down to the Indiana toll road, across north and... (full story)


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