Myriad weather challenges has filled out the second season (safrinha) corn crop from start to end. As more of the damaged crop is harvested, producers in Brazil will likely welcome the end of the season and prepare for the new soybean season.
Improvements have been seen in rail movement of grain to the West Cost, although both railways remain on alert as British Columbia declares a state of emergency due to wildfires. Experts say this situation could last six to seven more weeks.
Administration medical experts continue to stress that people who have been vaccinated are protected from the rapidly spreading Delta variant of COVID-19, but people who are unvaccinated have a much greater risk of contracting the Delta variant and ending up hospitalized.
Renewable Fuels Association President and CEO Geoff Cooper said his group plans to ask the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit for a rehearing of an E15 case that has thrown year-round sales into question.
While few farmers consider drought or knee-muck to be good times, from a revenue perspective, this year presents the best opportunity for profits in nearly a decade. Here are the top suggestions from a recent DTN series on ways farmers can capitalize on current markets...
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