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In this week's AgFax Weekend - Tax Worries Continue | Estimating Crop Acreage | and more. (full story)


Average spot quotations were 39 points lower than the previous week, according to the USDA, Agricultural Marketing Service’s Cotton and Tobacco Program. Quotations for the base quality of cotton (color […] (full story)


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A mighty sledgehammer came down and struck the agricultural markets this week. Cotton, losing nearly 400 points at one time, performed significantly better than the oilseed and grain markets. Cotton […] (full story)


U.S. Department of Commerce Awarded 1.6 Million for SmartPort to State of Louisiana On June 9, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced a $1.6 million CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant […] (full story)


Summary Warmer than normal temperatures continued their hold this week on the northern tier of the Lower 48, particularly in the northern Great Plains and Upper Midwest. Across the north, […] (full story)


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Hot, dry weather continued to exacerbate drought conditions across the West, where close to 90 percent of the Western Climate Region is currently experiencing drought conditions, and more than 50 […] (full story)


PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 18-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: EL CENTRO JUN 18 2021 DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS AND IMPORTS OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS FOR JUN 17 2021 ... (full story)


PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 18-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 18-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 18-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


Agricultural producers who have not yet completed their crop acreage reports after planting should make an appointment with their local Farm Service Agency (FSA) office before the applicable deadline. July 15 is […] (full story)


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China’s 2020/21 imports are forecast at a 7-year high, driven by the highest projected consumption in 3 years, robust State Reserve (SR) imports, and attractive prices for imported cotton relative […] (full story)


The Philippines is expected to be the second-largest importer in 2021, and recently announced a change to its import tariffs that has the potential to shift its suppliers. In February […] (full story)


YAKIMA Shipping Point Prices as of 18-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. Phone: (602) 514-7210 Fax: (602) 514-7205 Any questions or comments can be sent via email to:... (full story)


Russia is the world’s largest wheat exporter but amid concerns about domestic inflation, the government has been enacting policies affecting trade. In February, a new export quota of 17.5 million […] (full story)


FRESNO Shipping Point Prices as of 18-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


The 60 cent recovery in soybeans was a sharp rally back, but not enough to erase the Thursday slide of more than a dollar per bushel. July beans were $1.08 1/4 weaker for the week, and November contracts dropped $1.17/bushel. Soymeal futures climbed back by double digits, ending the session... (full story)


Back month lean hog futures rallied back triple digits on Friday, though the gains of as much as $1.77 were not enough to offset Thursday’s drops. Nearby July and August added to the downside on Friday, with additional $2.35 and $0.52 losses respectively. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price for... (full story)


At the close for the last trade day of the week, front month cotton prices were 25 points to 138 points back in the black. New crop prices were stronger gainers, taking back the premium to old crop. A surging US dollar index was a headwind for the third day in... (full story)


Going into the weekend wheat futures were double digits higher at the close. CBT futures closed near the start of the Thursday selloff, with 19 1/4 to 23 3/4 cent gains. KC wheat gained 21 to 21 1/2 cents on Friday. MGE wheat prices ended the session 6 3/4 to... (full story)


The Friday recovery left the board 22 1/4 to 34 1/2 cents in the black going into the weekend. For new crop that equated to a 6 1/4 cent net loss for Thursday and Friday, but still a 31 3/4 cent drop for the week. Dalian Corn Prices in China were... (full story)


Front month cattle futures go into the weekend with 37 to 97 cent gains, finishing the session below Thursday’s sell off.  Friday’s catch up trade was $120-$124, and as high as $200 for high graded dressed sales. The bulk of the week’s cash trade had been near $122 in the... (full story)


  Market Watch with Alan Brugler June 18, 2021 Keep an Eye on The Back Door Companies and membership organizations often focus on new sales. How many new customers did we get?  How many people joined? Their objective is to grow the number,... (full story)


SA_LS855 San Angelo, TX Fri Jun 18, 2021 USDA Market News National Sheep Summary for Week Ending Friday, June 18, 2021 Weekly Trends: Compared to last week slaughter lambs mostly steady to 20.00 higher; slaughter ewes mostly steady; no comparison on feeder lambs. At San... (full story)


The global corn market is supplied primarily by four countries – Argentina, Brazil, Ukraine, and the United States. Combined, these countries account for nearly 90 percent of global exports. This […] (full story)


Oilseed prices have risen dramatically over the past year, mirroring gains in corn and other grains over this period. While tight supplies precipitated by production shortfalls in corn and oilseeds […] (full story)


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