Look to history for clues, but remember: Charts do not tell where the market is going, but only where it has been.
With each passing week it looks like we are moving into a long-term demand-driven bull market.
While USDA has already reduced supply potential for the 2020/21 crop year, more reductions may be coming.
Net farm income for 2021 could fall, most likely due to less aid from the government.
La Niña may have greater impact on Argentine corn, soybeans.
Without a major weather event, Chinese corn demand is likely the key to seeing corn trade at or above $5/bu.
Will the Farm-to-Family program continue into 2021?
Our blogger takes to the field to report great stands after plentiful moisture replenishes crops.
Large sort positions suggest basis could weaken over first half of next year
Did big price swings reveal flaws in your marketing plan? Now is the time to make corrections.