• April 27, 2017

    Corn finished higher today along with wheat, while soybeans closed unchanged

    Corn bounced after rumors of President Trump ordering the US exit of NAFTA were found false

  • April 26, 2017

    Corn and beans both came under pressure late in the session with a change in weather forecasts

    Today proves the trade is watching updated weather models to trade the market accordingly

  • April 19, 2017

    Soybeans held up the corn market today, but both were unable to hold early session gains

    Weather forecasts do have some windows of drier weather, thought to allow for planting progress


  • Choosing the Right Creep Feed for Your Herd

    As we move into late spring, cattle producers need to start thinking about whether or not creep feeding is a profitable practice for your operation, and if so, choosing the correct feed that not only brings value to the animal, but the producer as well.

  • Waiting on that Market Catalyst

    With the wet spring we have seen, corn planting progress got off to a slow start, but has since recovered and is currently running at about the 5-year average pace. Long range weather forecasts for the remainder of the year are all over the board, so trying to predict weather this growing season is near impossible.