Good morning! Corn, soybeans and Chicago wheat are trading lower early while Mpls and KC wheat are mixed. Little fresh news is being reported. Rains were seen in both Argentina and Brazil overnight with scattered showers over the next 5 days.
It may be impossible to tell with complete certainty where a disease
will be an issue, but most people can agree on the conditions that can lead to
disease. These conditions, otherwise known as the Disease Triangle, include a
susceptible host, a conducive environment and a pathogen. When those three
things collide, there will be a disease issue.
we can see the triangle forming, we can’t always predict how strong the
pathogen will spread or how strong it will be. Because we are unable to make
this prediction, prevention and planning are key to stopping the spread of
Good morning! Corn, soybeans and wheat markets are trading higher this morning on anticipation of a trade deal between the U.S. and China. The March 1st deadline has been extended and talks will continue as both sides report negotiations are making good progress.
Good morning! Corn, soybean and wheat markets are higher as optimism over trade talks between the U.S. and China increases. Chinese media is reporting a “trade deal is coming soon,” and unconfirmed reports that China proposed to import $30 billion in U.S. agricultural goods is supporting prices.
Good morning! Corn is higher while wheat and soybeans continue to fall ahead of lower as the trade deadline. No word on an extension. President Trump signaled that trade talks are going “very well” and March first is not a “magical date.”
This year we will be offering our Average Market Program. We will only be offering this program for old crop and new crop corn since last year’s response with for beans was so small. The last few years the Average Market Program has done well. Pricing will begin March 12. If you have any interest or would like more information regarding our program, please call one of our offices.
Good morning! Corn is trading higher while wheat and soybeans are on the defensive after a long weekend. Trade talks between the U.S. and China resume on Thursday through Friday. No word on extension on the March 1 deadline to increase tariffs.
Afternoon Update: Corn, wheat and soybeans were lower as the deadline for trade talks is rapidly approaching. Trade talks between the U.S. and China resume on Thursday through Friday. No word on extension on the March 1 deadline to increase tariffs. There are 8 trading sessions prior the deadline.
One of the largest rural youth leadership organizations, FFA, kicks off National FFA Week, Feb. 16-23 to celebrate all things ag leaders, blue corduroy and agricultural education. Many CHS employees are former FFA members and many CHS locations are involved with their local FFA chapters.