U.S. soybean and soymeal futures extended gains on Thursday to trade at levels last seen in 2014, as investors continued to fret about the prospect of reduced supply from exporter Argentina after a rain-hit harvest.
U.S. soybean futures rose to their highest in almost two years on Thursday to trade above the $11 mark as investors continued to price in strong export demand for U.S. soy in the face of a rain-reduced harvest in Argent
U.S. soybeans rose for a third consecutive session on Thursday, climbing to a nine-month high as buying by investment funds and concerns over adverse weather curbing yields in Argentina buoyed the market.
Chicago wheat rose for a fourth consecutive session on Monday to hit its highest in more than two weeks as adverse weather forecast for U.S. wheat belts encouraged short-covering by investors after a 5-1/2 year price lo
Moisture came to about two-thirds of the country last week, dropping heavy precipitation from the southern Great Plains northeastward into the northern Appalachians. But many areas remains in significant drought.
Chicago wheat futures suffered a modest setback on Friday after rising to a one-month peak, with concern about high stocks helping to stall a rally driven by adverse crop conditions in the United States.
Corn futures favored a slightly higher tone in overnight trade, but sharply extended gains during daytime trade before backing off the highs to end with solid gains of 5 1/4 to 6 3/4 cents in the 2016 contracts, with f
High-yield soybean contest winners have produced yields topping 150 bu./acre. According to researchers, these results show that commercial production is far from reaching the yield potential of modern soybeans.
Scientists at the University of Illinois using co-products from the ethanol and human food industries are helping shed light on ways processing high-fiber animal feed ingredients can enhance pigs' utilization of the nut
Stubbornly record-high corn prices in Brazil, the world's No. 2 exporter of the grain, are compelling pork producers to slaughter sows they cannot afford to feed and poultry processors to close plants.
U.S. soybeans fell on Wednesday, retreating from Tuesday's one-week high on expectations the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will estimate U.S. farmers have increased soybean sowings for this year's crop.