Cornwill

Navigating the Ever-Changing Value of American Farms

Jim Knuth of Farm Credit Services of America recently spoke at Land Expo 2022 about the changing land value landscape in America and how farmers who use the land can make the most of it. He covered three topics – land values, interest rates and grain production. The value of …

Read More »

Special Market Update – January 11, 2022

Cereal Market Commentary Tuesday, January 11, 2022 by Rhett Montgomery, Associate Dealer, The Andersons But March old crop corn ended up 1.25c today, closing at $6.01, while December new crop corn closed at $5.5750, up $6.01. half a cent. The trade continued its choppy action ahead of the USDA WASDE …

Read More »

Corn traders juggle knives in the coming year | Harvests

Photo by Cornell Fruehauf from Pixabay. At the end of the year, corn farmers have a lot of balls to watch out for in the air, or perhaps knives. Nathanael Thompson, associate professor of agricultural economics at Purdue University, gave three tips to corn growers: 1. Understand and use the …

Read More »

Vegetable and Fruit Giant Goodfarmer to Launch Vegetable Brand Jointly with Syngenta China MAP

On January 5, Syngenta China and Shandong Goodfarmer International Trade Co., Ltd. signed an agreement to plant vegetables. The two companies will cooperate in planting vegetables, the construction of MAP center of the entire industrial chain, MAP next to the full traceability of quality control and other aspects. It is …

Read More »

Ukrainian corn prices expected to be supported by rising demand and costs

Ukrainian corn prices are expected to be high throughout the first half of 2022 due to demand from major importers and a potential drop in production in South America. Ukraine, one of the world’s largest corn producers, has seen firm prices in recent months at China’s request and harvest delays, …

Read More »

Raw materials 2022: Ukrainian corn prices expected to be strong on demand, costs rising

Strong points Firm demand to support prices in the first half of 2022 Record Ukrainian maize harvest could turn bearish in first half of 2022 The increase in the cost of inputs is reflected in the prices; unlikely to interfere with planting Ukrainian corn prices are expected to be high …

Read More »

Gone with the old, make way for the new … year | Ag / Energy

Happy New Year to market watchers. 2021 is in the books and it’s 2020 time too! Wait NO, 2022. Take a deep breath because it’s time to start over. All the things you hoped to accomplish last year can be added to your new goals for the next 365 days. …

Read More »

Higher costs Break-even point of profitability

DTN senior analyst Todd Hultman calculated a few numbers using USDA’s cost of production estimates, updated December 17, 2021. For 2022, the agency predicted that a farmer would spend 715.73 $ to grow an acre of corn. With a yield of 180 bushels per acre (bpf), that comes down to …

Read More »

Record South American Soybean Harvest Could Be Price Driving Force |

But Corn closed the week at 14 and a quarter cents higher. Private exporters have not announced any export sales. U.S. exports for the week ending Dec. 16 were 39.4 million bushels, little change from 36.1 million bushels the previous week and slightly above the same week’s exports of the …

Read More »