Twenty-five percent of corn and soybean growers continue to expect cash rental rates to rise next year, according to the latest Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer. Jim Minter is the survey’s principal investigator and director of the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture. “That’s probably... Read More.
Sep. corn closed at $5.57 and 1/2, down 3 centsAug. soybeans closed at $15.15 and 1/2, down 7 and 3/4 centsAug. soybean meal closed at $453.80, up $6.50Aug. soybean oil closed at 72.56, up 57 pointsSep. wheat closed at $7.60... Read More.