Plunging sales and plant closures are all creating a crisis right now for the pork industry. Hogs are stacking up on farms with farmers scrambling to find places to process
COVID-19 and oil price war slam industry and threaten corn demand.
U.S. exporters signed deals to send 272,000 tonnes of soybeans to China, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Thursday morning, the second day in a row an export sale to
Zen-Noh Grain Corporation (ZGC), of Japan, announced on Wednesday that it will buy 35 Bunge grain origination elevators along the Mississippi River. The purchase from Bunge North America is pending
“Our overrun bushels, [the ones not marketed yet] become a challenge,” Jason says. “I’m just not sure without an increase in the crude oil market and an increase in demand
U.S. hog and live cattle futures eased on Wednesday, with the cash market for the animals weak as processing plants were forced to shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak
Could we have a turnaround Wednesday after Tuesday's grain markets traded red across the board for much of the day?