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XAUSD, GOLD is trading higher since April. And it is breaking sharply higher, so GOLD can already be in an impulsive rise with room for more upside. (full story)


The Nasdaq100 (NQ) is trying to firm going into today's European morning after yesterday's 2.5% plus slide. Significantly, although NQ appears poised for a day or so of short-covering bounce from downchannel support (on the 4hr and daily chart), NQ is suddenly just a week or so's volatility from testing the weekly chart ascending wedge support. (full story)


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The Row-Crop Irrigation Science and Extension Research (RISER) was developed as a science based approach to evaluating irrigation Best Management Practices (BMPs) here in the Delta. The RISER program is […] (full story)


All Grain Markets were stronger last week (full story)


As peanut planting ramps up across the state, it is important to consider thrips management options.  North Carolina State University has a thrips predictor model on their climate webpage that predicts thrips […] (full story)


Mississippi’s warm, wet climate can pose considerable issues with nitrogen fertilization for corn, which is quite responsive and demands high amounts for optimal productivity. The South’s warm, high rainfall climate […] (full story)


To start off, every setback in the meteoric rise of Ethereum has held the key retracements to keep the trend intact. (full story)


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PHOENIX Shipping Point Prices as of 10-MAY-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


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YAKIMA Shipping Point Prices as of 10-MAY-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. Phone: (602) 514-7210 Fax: (602) 514-7215 Any questions or comments can be sent via email to:... (full story)


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As President Joe Biden’s administration continues to roll out plans to address climate change, the country’s commodity organizations are weighing in with their perspectives. Biofuels could play a significant role in contributing to the nationwide... (full story)


At the close for the Monday session, front month corn futures were 20 to 27 1/4 cents lower. New crop prices were weaker, as December closed 4.28% lower.  US corn was reported at 67% planted as of 5/9. That was a pace of 21 percent points over the week, and... (full story)


The weakness in feed inputs let cattle bounce triple digits out of the weekend. Front month cattle futures closed the session $0.87 to $2.20 higher with June the strongest. The June to August spread tightened on the day, but is still +$2. Cash sales were quiet as is typical on... (full story)


Front month lean hog futures started the week 17 to 92 cent losses. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Monday PM was $1.48 weaker to $112.22, but the WCB average was $121.04. The May 6th CME Lean Hog Index was $109.22, up by another 67 cents.   Pork cutout... (full story)


Monday soy trading saw firmness for meal, while beans closed weaker. Soybean futures traded briefly in the black to close the overnight gaps, but otherwise spent most of the session lower. At the close, new crop prices were down by as much as 19 1/4 cents. Meal futures closed mixed... (full story)


The first trade day of the week saw wheat futures give back most of last week’s gains. Spring wheat futures were the weakest on Monday with losses of more than 5%. CBT SRW contracts closed down by 30 1/2 to 31 1/4 cents. KC HRW futures gave back 32 1/4... (full story)


Cotton prices bounced from triple digit midday losses, but were still in the red at the bell. July contracts were down 119 points on the day, though new crop futures managed to climb back to close 19 to 79 points in the red. Zhengzhou Cotton Prices in China continued the rally... (full story)


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Farmers are busy spraying, scouting, and in some cases, rolling newly planted soybean fields. Chad Willis of Willmar in central Minnesota spoke to Brownfield while pulling a roller across a 250-acre field Monday. “Just getting it smoothed... (full story)


SA_LS850 San Angelo, TX Mon May 10, 2021 USDA Market News National Sheep Summary for Monday, May 10, 2021 Compared to last month in Missouri slaughter lambs not tested. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3: Missouri: no test. Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime... (full story)


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Corn planting in South Dakota is 66% complete, well ahead of last year and the average. Emergence is three-percent. Soybean planting is also ahead at 32% complete as of Sunday. One-percent has emerged. Spring wheat planting is just over 90% and... (full story)


Cattle markets surge and Hogs test support (full story)


KO_LS800 Oklahoma City, OK Mon May 10, 2021 USDA-OK Dept Ag Market News The OKC West Livestock Auction is estimating 1,000 head of stocker cattle and calves for the sale on Tuesday 05/11/2021. Source: USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, Ok Telephone (405) 232-5425 ... (full story)


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Scattered rains across Illinois left only three and a half days suitable for fieldwork last week.  USDA reporters say the average precipitation for the week ending Sunday was 1.59 inches, which is more than half an inch above normal.  Parts of... (full story)


An agronomist says despite variable conditions across the Upper Midwest in April, one constant was cool soil temperatures. Harmon Wilts covers west-central Minnesota for DEKALB Asgrow. “One thing that was the same across the entire state... (full story)


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American Farm Bureau has compiled a comprehensive list of mental health resources online at “farm state of mind dot org” in recognition of May as Mental Health month. Farm Bureau’s managing director of engagement, Jessica Cabrera, tells Brownfield... (full story)


Cool, wet weather in parts of Nebraska slowed corn and soybean planting last week. The latest crop progress report from the USDA says 71 percent of the corn crop is planted, five percent behind last year but well ahead of the five year average of... (full story)


Cool and wet conditions slowed planting progress in Ohio last week. Twenty-seven percent of the state’s corn crop is planted, compared to 30 percent last year. Twenty percent of soybeans in Ohio are planted, compared to 22 percent last year. ... (full story)


There are silver linings for farmers dealing with a dry start to the growing season. Scott Johnson, a technical agronomist for DEKALB Asgrow in north-central Iowa, says moisture has been a concern all spring. “That’s something that... (full story)


With the short-season available for growing cover crops after corn harvest, interest in interseeding cover crops into corn and soybean crops has increased in recent years. Interseeding is primarily done […] (full story)


The Missouri House is planning to work on a Senate bill this last week of the legislative session that would raise the gas tax by 12-and-a-half cents over five years. Jeff Glenn with Missourians For Transportation Investment says it will help ALL... (full story)


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Corn planting across Minnesota is barely off last year’s pace and well ahead of normal. The latest weekly crop report from USDA says as of Sunday, 85 percent of the state’s intended corn acres are planted.  That compares to 87 percent a year... (full story)


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