Monthly archive for July 2014

COMMENTARY 7/31/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ Cool and mainly dry weather will remain in the area for for the weekend. A milder pattern will then follow, bringing some rain as warmth allows a wave of energy to move through central U.S. 43% and 39% of corn and soybean […]

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COMMENTARY 7/30/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ Cool and mainly dry weather will encompass most corn and soybeans into the early weekend. A milder pattern will then follow, bringing some rain as warmth allows a wave of energy to move through central U.S. St Louis river levels EASING at +20.5 ft as […]

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COMMENTARY 7/29/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ Storms expected to cool temperatures with limited rainfall into the weekend. A milder pattern will follow next week, but only near- to slightly – cool temperatures occur. St Louis river levels EASING at +20.5 ft as of 7/23 and forecast 15.2 by 7/28. CORN                       DOWN […]

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COMMENTARY 7/28/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ Weekend showers moved from Kansas through Illinois into the Ohio River Valley with amounts varying form1/4″ to 3/4″, with near normal temperatures. But the temperatures will stay very cool this week. A milder pattern will possibly bring showers during next week. T-Storm […]

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COMMENTARY 7/25/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ An area of significant rainfall developed overnight in the western Corn Belt, a benefit to many of the “dry” areas. The rain is expected to head east towards our area, but like this early afternoon, slowly diminish. Over the last 24 hours, […]

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COMMENTARY 7/24/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ A cool pattern with only a few showers will follow for the up-coming week. The below normal temperatures will fall back by next weekend,resulting in a seasonably, warm pattern with better thunder storm chances for August 4th- 10th.  62% of U.S. soybean […]

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COMMENTARY 7/23/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ The overnight brought a few showers around the Great Lakes as well as over the Dakotas and western Nebraska with normal temps.  Variable temps through the early weekend will be conducive to some storm development across the Belt but amounts should be light.  Unusually-cool weather  […]

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COMMENTARY 7/22/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ U.S. corn and soybean condition ratings are the highest since 1994 and the 3rd highest since records began in 1986, with July to rank among the 5 coolest in 120 years.  This could mean a cool August, but not necessarily rainfall.  Topsoil and subsoil […]

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COMMENTARY 7/21/14

~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ The weekend was dry as temperatures averaged below normal across the Corn Belt.  Chance of showers Tue-Wed and then mostly dry into the 1st part of next week.  Some heat early, then an extended cool period persists.   Light rain amounts in the […]

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COMMENTARY 7/18/14

BIG BASIS DROPS IN SRW TODAY – NEARLY 25 CENTS!!  ~MARKET CHOKES FEED GRADE WHEAT~ The forecast for unseasonable cool temps ends tomorrow, followed by 5-7 days of heat with a seasonable to slightly-cool pattern on tap for late-July and early-August.  The lack of sustained heat and […]

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