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REPORTING OFFICE: MCALLEN JUL 26 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR WEEK ENDING JUL 24 2021 ... (full story)


PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 26-JUL-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


Following Friday’s USDA reports, cattle futures climbed triple digits to close near the highs. October fats led the way with a $2.05 gain. Feeder cattle also gained triple digits, closing the session with $1.60 to $2.30 gains. The 7/22 CME Feeder Cattle Index was $152.03, up another 64 cents. The... (full story)


Going home on Monday, the cotton complex was mixed on the board. October and December contracts were red by 3 and 6 points respectively with March UNCH. The deferred May and June ’22 contracts gained 11 to 22 points to narrow the inverse. The Crop Progress from NASS showed that... (full story)


Front month wheat futures ended the first trade day of the new week with losses. CBT futures were 5 1/2 to 7 cents red at the close. KC futures gave back 5 3/4 to 7 cents on Monday. Spring wheat futures were firmer on the day, having closed only 3... (full story)


December hog futures ended the Monday session with a nickel loss, while the rest of the complex was green by 2 to 47 cents. USDA’s National Average Base hog price for Monday morning was $108 flat, with no comparison. Friday afternoon’s quote was $104.59. The CME Lean Hog Index for... (full story)


After trading lower through the morning, corn prices found afternoon strength to end the first trade day of the week 2 1/2 to 6 1/2 cents higher on the day. Silking progress had advanced to 79% of the national crop according to NASS as of the 25th. That compares to... (full story)


Soybean futures spent most of the Monday session recovering from overnight double digit losses. At the close the board showed soybean futures were 6 to 11 3/4 cents stronger in the front months. Soymeal prices also staged a recovery, though were still UNCH to 60 cents/ton red at the close.... (full story)


MIAMI Shipping Point Prices as of 26-JUL-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


MIAMI Shipping Point Prices as of 26-JUL-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


TFM Cash+ Take the Stress Out of Your Marketing Strategy. No hedge account. No margin calls. Just comprehensive, common-sense guidance at a great value. Learn more: https://www.totalfarmmarketing.com/tfm-cash-plus/ CORN HIGHLIGHTS: Corn futures started the week steady to higher early on the over-night trade, yet weakened into the morning hours. Despite a... (full story)


Jim Roemer’s July 23rd interview covering another frost for Brazil coffee coming and how to trade volatility in grains and other markets based on droughts, floods, and more. (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: WASHINGTON JUL 26 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUL 23 2021 ... (full story)


MIAMI Ornamental Shipping Point Prices as of 26-JUL-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: SAN FRANCISCO JUL 26 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUL 23 2021 ... (full story)


Wisconsin farmers took advantage of a warm, dry week. The latest USDA crop report says activities included haying, harvesting winter wheat, and harvesting processing vegetables. The second cutting of alfalfa surpassed 90 percent, and a quarter of... (full story)


SA_LS850 San Angelo, TX Mon Jul 26, 2021 USDA Market News National Sheep Summary for Monday, July 26, 2021 Compared to last month in Missouri slaughter lambs 15.00-30.00 higher. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3: Missouri: no test. Slaughter Lambs: Choice... (full story)


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The USDA says adequate rainfall across Michigan helped improve growing conditions last week. As of Sunday, 83 percent of winter wheat is harvested, well ahead of the one-year and five-year average.   The state’s corn conditions remained... (full story)


Mostly hot, dry conditions stress crops across Iowa last week. The latest USDA crop report says 65 percent of corn is rated good to excellent, down three percent on the week. Soybeans saw a bigger dip, going from 66 to 61 percent good to... (full story)


Warmer weather has helped crops in the Delta Region catch up.   Ninety percent of Tennessee’s corn crop is silking and 51% is in the dough stage, with 82% of the crop rated good to excellent.  Cotton is 79% squaring, 33% setting bolls, and 66%... (full story)


RALEIGH Shipping Point Prices as of 26-JUL-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


The USDA says a dry week allowed farmers to harvest wheat and cut hay last week Ohio. As of Sunday, 94 percent of winter wheat is harvested, a little behind the one-year and five-year average.   The state’s corn conditions remained stable... (full story)


Row crop conditions fell slightly last week in South Dakota. Seventy-five percent of corn was rated fair or better with 25 percent rated poor to very poor. Corn silking is six percent behind last year at 68 percent. Soybean condition is 74... (full story)


A week of warmer and drier conditions in Nebraska slowed corn and soybean growth across the state. According to the USDA’s latest crop progress and condition report, corn condition ratings fell to 76 percent good-to-excellent condition, two percent... (full story)


Minnesota crop condition ratings fell after another week of hot, dry, and humid weather. The latest USDA crop report says just 38 percent of corn is considered good to excellent, a drop of four percentage points on the week. Corn silking reached... (full story)


The USDA says ideal weather conditions spurred crop progress and winter wheat harvest. As of Sunday, 96 percent of winter wheat is harvested, a little below the one-year and five-year average.   The state’s corn conditions remained stable with 73... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: SEATTLE JUL 26 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUL 23 2021 ... (full story)


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The USDA says national corn and soybean condition ratings declined slightly over the past week with hot, dry weather an issue in parts of the region. Depending on the severity of the stress, conditions could trim some yield at a time when both crops... (full story)


NW_LS452 St. Joseph, MO Mon Jul 26, 2021 USDA Market News USDA CARLOT VEAL CARCASS REPORT - Northeast and North Central Basis Compared to last week: The special fed veal carcass market was higher on comparable sales of veal calves. Demand was light to moderate on light to... (full story)


An extension agronomist has some tips for establishing late summer forages. Rebecca Vittetoe with Iowa State University says time is running out to get warm season annuals started. “They do better with less rain, but we would still want to... (full story)


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Missouri crops progressed under drier than normal conditions last week, allowing for some saturation relief.           The USDA says corn silking in the state progressed to 79 percent, nine percent behind last year. Corn condition improved five... (full story)


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In Class III trade at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, milk futures were mixed. August was up $.10 at $16.57 and September was down $.13 at $16.78, while October lost $.25 to $17.42 and November was $.16 lower at $17.80. Cash dairy was mixed. Cash... (full story)


U.S. soybean crop condition goes backward. Overall, both crops’ progress remain below five-year averages, according to the USDA Crop Progress Report. CORN As of Sunday, the U.S. had 79% of its corn crop in the silk stage vs. 73%... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: ATLANTA JUL 26 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUL 23 2021 ... (full story)


Soybeans were higher on commercial and technical buying, bouncing back from some early losses. Northern and western growing areas will see more hot, dry weather, but there’s a chance for relatively cooler, wetter conditions later this week. Even... (full story)


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NW_LS410 Des Moines, IA Mon, Jul 26, 2021 USDA Market News USDA BEEF CARCASS PRICE EQUIVALENT INDEX VALUE CHOICE SELECT Index 600-900# 600-900# Values => $216.70 $199.22 ... (full story)