Friday September 24, 2021

Markets are looking at another unexciting trading day as the question of U.S. yield continues to go unanswered   New Orleans export grain facilities are reopening after the hurricane damage earlier this month  Five facilities are now open and loading  There are 68 grain vessels currently in NOLA and FOB vessel export grain values for […]
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Thursday September 23, 2021

Markets still fighting with the lack of fundamental news to give direction  We are sitting on the edge of a teeter totter awaiting yield data from the U.S. – if the yields come in above expectations, markets will slip lower, if below higher  U.S. weekly export numbers released this morning Corn, on the low end […]
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Tuesday September 21, 2021

Harvest pressure continuing to hold the markets in the red this morning  Looks like all harvest activity will be put on hold for about a week here in Ontario with rains on the forecast through Saturday  Early yield reports from the U.S. seem to be varied for soybeans – hopefully we will start to get a […]
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Monday September 20, 2021

Markets lower coming off of a beautiful harvest weekend across the U.S.  No strong indications on yields have been released as of yet but that will be closely watched this week  The market is feeling anxious as we enter peak export season with lingering issues in one of the largest export ports in North America  […]
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Friday September 17, 2021

Combines are getting ready to roll here in Huron/Bruce county with a good start into harvest is expected for this weekend  A lack of fresh news this morning has the markets on a lower tic as they look at an overall good stretch for harvest activity over the weekend  Some strength coming into the Canadian […]
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Thursday September 16, 2021

China has been making purchases from Brazil due to the delay in shipping out of the U.S. Gulf  Strategie Grain cut their estimates for E.U. wheat production for 2021 by 2.4 MMT to 129.1 MMT – still well above 2020’s production  Yesterdays NOPA soybean crush numbers came in yesterday at 158.8 million bu – above […]
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Monday September 13, 2021

Soybean harvest has begun! I.P. beans crossed both the Ripley and Lucknow scales this weekend with Tiverton kicking off their crush harvest as well  No moistures higher than 14.0%  Harvest activities are expected to halt for a few days with scattered rains overnight and continuing through the week Markets losing some of the ground made […]
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