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DTN Daily Basis Comments
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8/26 04:12PM
DTN Closing Livestock Comments
Oversold Lean Hog Futures Close Sharply Higher
8/26 03:37PM
DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Cotton Posts Highest Close Since July 23
8/26 03:30PM
DTN Closing Dairy Comments
September and October Reach New Highs
8/26 03:26PM
Ethanol Blog
8/26 02:55PM
Workers OK Northwest Grain Contract
Employees to Return to Work Wednesday
8/26 02:36PM
DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends
Little Relief for Fall Fertilizer Prices
8/26 01:56PM
DTN Closing Grain Comments
Grains Steady To Lower; September Beans Plummet
8/26 01:26PM
Minding Ag's Business
Land Costs Hamper US Competitiveness
8/26 01:11PM
View From the Cab
Iowa, Florida Farmers Battle Pests, Crop Diseases, Aches and Pains
8/26 01:02PM
View From the Cab
Iowa, Florida Farmers Battle Pests, Crop Diseases, Aches and Pains
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SD Shipper: "No Train, No Grain"

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Grain Markets: Weekly Analysis

Fundamentally Speaking

Change in Soybean Crop Conditions vs. Yield Revisions

Ag Policy Blog

Looking at Base Acre Decisions Facing Farmers

Minding Ag's Business

Land Costs Hamper US Competitiveness

Ag Weather Forum

Where Have the 90-Degree Days Gone?

Ethanol Blog

China Imports Record Grains Despite Trade Issues

Production Blog

The Trouble With Time

Harrington's Sort & Cull

The Lost Grills of Labor Day?

South America Calling

Brazilian Cotton Area to Slide on Prices

An Urban's Rural View

"It Doesn't Sound Like Something I Should Eat"

Machinery Chatter

Launch Season After the Gold Rush

Editors' Notebook

Some Moisture Stress Made Less by Cooler Temps

Contract Month Last Chg High Low
ELEC. CORN[10] Sep-14 354'4 -1'4 356'4 354'0
Dec-14 363'4 -1'4 365'4 363'0
ELEC. SOYBEANS[10] Sep-14 1070'2 -5'2 1075'6 1064'2
Nov-14 1032'0 4'0 1034'6 1025'4
ELEC. WHEAT[10] Sep-14 541'2 -0'2 544'0 539'6
Dec-14 556'4 0'0 559'2 553'0
ELEC. HRW WHEAT[10] Sep-14 622'2 1'2 622'4 618'0
Dec-14 633'0 1'2 634'2 628'4
ELEC. HRS WHEAT[10] Sep-14 615'6 3'0 617'0 610'6
Dec-14 627'6 2'0 629'0 624'0
LIVE CATTLE[10] Aug-14 153.550s 0.800 153.575 152.900
Oct-14 148.250s 0.100 149.025 148.200
FEEDER CATTLE[10] Aug-14 217.525s 0.125 217.550 217.500
Sep-14 214.200s 0.925 214.600 213.850
MILK CLASS III[10] Aug-14 22.26s 0.05 --- ---
Oct-14 23.19s 0.44 --- ---
ELEC. COTTON # 2[10] Oct-14 68.26 0.00 68.26 68.26
Dec-14 66.77 -0.12 66.94 66.61
Wed, Aug 27, 2014 5:54 AM CDT    *Quotes are in market time.
Delay is indicated in brackets.
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Market Weather Outlook
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Closing Market Comment
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Reporter's Notebook
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Route 66 - 5
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Route 66 - 4
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Route 66 - 2
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Markets
DTN Closing Grain Comments Grains Steady To Lower; September Beans Plummet 8/26 1:56PM
Corn and soybeans ended lower Tuesday with rain benefitting row crops across the central Midwest. December Chicago wheat finished a little higher, but September soybeans tumbled 50 1/4 cents lower, a second day of volatile selling in old-crop beans.
Weather
Rain Wed. in Areas of Midwest, Plains 8/26 12:27PM
Colorado, Nebraska and Iowa expected to see scattered showers today. Mostly dry elsewhere.
Crops
Betting on Shorter Beans Gene Discovery Could Shrink, Stabilize Northern Soybean Varieties 8/15 10:26AM
Researchers at the University of Nebraska and Purdue University have pinpointed a gene that produces semi-determinate soybean plants, in the hopes that their smaller stature could help farmers with lodging in high-yielding environments.
Chasing Rootworms High-Flying Beetles Prove a Mobile Pest
Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy Take On Two Ears
Sauder's New Vision Control the Plant
Livestock
Super Food The King of Cattle Forages 8/25 11:03AM
Silage has never gone out of fashion in Bath County, Kentucky, even when the lure of $6- to $8-per-bushel grain made many producers forget about chopping corn. This season, with grain prices down and beef at historically high levels, is a good time to give corn silage a second look.
Cutting Risks Maximum Value Comes at the Optimal End Point
Checkoff Conflict More Walk Outs on Beef Talks
Ask The Vet Bull Buying Basics
Land Management
Weathering the Drought Recent Rains in Southern Plains Help Farmer Break Cycle, Boost Outlook 7/28 10:57AM
Parts of the panhandle and western Oklahoma are still considered as being in extreme or exceptional drought conditions. The wheat crop was a disaster this year, but at least one farmer feels he has weathered the worst of the drought conditions.
Rediscovering Grain Sorghum Corn Growers Look at Grain Sorghum in Regions Where Drought is Common
Interpretive Rule Seen as Invalid Agency Asked to Conduct Rulemaking
Do a Yield Checkup Preharvest Examinations Help Select Seed for Next Year
Farm Business
Pick Contingency Plans - 3 Weigh Insurance in the Equation 8/20 12:01PM
As crop prices and insurance coverage swoon, farmers may need to supplement incomes with federal farm support programs.
Pick Contingency Plans - 2 Farm Programs Adjusted for Payment Caps and Income Eligibility
Ag Interest Rate Snapshot
Rents Resist Price Relief Big Yields Stall Cash Rent Negotiations
Equipment
Farmers Pivot Back After Storms Companies Report Hundreds of Damaged Irrigation Systems Up and Running Again 8/18 12:42PM
The majority of center pivots damaged by severe weather earlier this summer in Nebraska are up and running again, according to irrigation companies in the state.
New Holland Dealers Are a Big Deal
To Bag or Not to Bag? Grain Bags One Option for Farmers Who Need Temporary Storage Quickly
Buyer Be Aware New Business Takes Some Risk Out of Buying Used Farm Equipment
Ag Policy
AFBF Appeal Reversal Sought in Chesapeake Ruling 8/22 11:30AM
The American Farm Bureau Federation asked a federal appeals court to reverse a lower court's September 2013 decision that EPA can set "pollution diets" in Chesapeake Bay.
Pick Contingency Plans - 2 Farm Programs Adjusted for Payment Caps and Income Eligibility
Iowa: Stressing Water Quality Ag Groups Form Alliance to Champion State Nutrient Strategy
Pick Contingency Plans - 3 Weigh Insurance in the Equation
Farm Life
Pick Contingency Plans - 2 Farm Programs Adjusted for Payment Caps and Income Eligibility 8/25 12:40PM
Commodity payments are largely capped at $125,000 per person. People must also report under $900,000 adjusted gross income annually to stay eligible for farm programs.
Pick Contingency Plans - 3 Weigh Insurance in the Equation
Farming on the Mother Road - 4 Route 66 Transitions From Crops to Cattle Country in Southern Missouri
View From the Cab Iowa, Florida Farmers Battle Pests, Crop Diseases, Aches and Pains
Featured Column
Todd's Take Crush Incentive Runs High 8/26 6:35AM
Market incentives for crushing soybeans are among their highest levels ever.
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Ask the Vet Remote Control For Horn Flies 8/18 10:19AM
Some tips on fly control.