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Apr 29, 2012 4:00am EDT
one line at a time? . >> i would say that the most port thing is the china defanned for corn and beans and a little bit of wheat. >> bse can't be ignored, it's rocked the world of the livestock market on tuesday when it was released. >> well i was going to say two things, other things? >> i think the other thing is the reduction in the south american crop, particularly argentina, talk of a frost, i think it was wednesday night that may have done damage. >> that was in argentina. >> what they came out and said that probably didn't do a lot of damage but we have seen old crop corn and beans take a huge jump in the last few days. >> i will count that as number four and another thing that come into market that we should talk about. >> we just came through may option and we are closing out the month. lots of trade as we wrap up the end of the month and the end of the week. >> anything else? >> you know along with that we have first notice, we have seen again more jacking of the position because of that. these are all the factor that have really, caused the markets to have the volatility. >>
Feb 21, 2016 5:00am CST
. china's appetitie for u-s soybeans continues to fade. our partners at pro farmer reporting china imported 5.66 million metric tons of soybeans in january. that's a 38 percent drop from december and 17 percent less promising 2016. rabobank says after a very challenging end to 2015, margins are improving. in rabobank's first poultry quarterly report of the year, analysts say better demand and lower supply in countires like u-s, china, thailand and europe are helping reduce the hefty supply issue we saw last year. in china, new restrictiosn on breeding stock will help keep tbird numbers down. but prices will still remain volatile due to avian influenza. the chem china and syngenta acquisition could open the door for g-m crops in china.. that's according to syngenta's leadership reuters reporting, the 43 billion dollar deal likely to give syngenta unrivaled access to the chinese market--the world's largest grain producer. also heating up, discussions about oil production and the impact on prices. four major producers, qatar, russia, saudi arabia and venezuela announcing a joint agree
Sep 4, 2016 3:30am CDT
announcement from unknown or china on the soybean side and in corn exports have been strong as well export picture looks good now but what about south america what if we see more acres down there what we see more competition from south america this year what is that do export picture com march that that timeframe south america's not gonna help us to fix this glut percent more corn acres this year in all likelihood they're going to increase soybean acreage by one or two percent so they're in a constant state of expansion their crop problems there last year prices of corn especially are better so they're they're not going help us out and if they end up with a good crop come february march you can certainly expect to see our demand they off a little bit not much time but we have some cattle producers in the crowd today do you think right now cattle was priced to cheap think the cattle market is went too far to the downside and i think moving on out farther in the end of the towards the end of the year i think numbers are going to support a little bit of a rally in the cattle markets ar
Oct 18, 2015 5:00am CDT
talk about exports. we had a sale of 240,000 to china that morning. we had good export inspections. but the bigger deal was weather. we're getting a little concerned about some dryness that we're seeing in northern brazil. they're well behind their five but it kind of reminds us a little bit about last year with the el nino pattern that they've had. they could end up being better. if they get the rains, is, can they get that second crop of corn in or not? if not it might have to go to beans, which means even more bean acreage. >> so if we do have more bean acreage and not a lot of weather problems down there, that doesn't sound good. how do we prepare here in the u.s., mike? >> well, that just cues up the same talk that we had before. if we end up with that added acreage in south america, that will put a lot of pressure on soybeans. we obviously need price to buy acres, but it's not such a large price that we need to buy acres on corn that guys might migrate towards more corn and less soybeans. $4.25 probably gets it done, and we're not far off with that right now with these futures jus
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