While oil proved it's possible commodities can trade blow $0, it may not be probable. Analysts say the driving factor is demand.
Corn prices continue to creep lower, but what will it take to push prices higher? Mark Gold and Sam Hudson discuss markets on U.S. Farm Report this week.
Brian Splitt thinks the May WASDE may be the capitulation event for the corn market, as it's will unveil USDA's first official balance sheet for new crop.
With a large increase in corn acres, and declining ethanol demand, the U.S. could be swimming in supplies. That’s why one analyst thinks there's downside price risk with putting corn
Ethanol prices are in a free fall due to fewer people driving and a recent price war. As some ethanol plants shutter production, facilities may start producing for DDGs to
Gas prices are falling, but few can take advantage of the low prices as “social distancing” and increasingly stringent COVID-19 prevention restrictions keep people off of the roads and ethanol
The freefall in the markets could spur some relief in input prices. Input insiders look into which inputs could see a price cut and which inputs could be in short