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We present our daily premarket analysis of the Emini S&P futures (full story)


Grain markets are lower in the early morning trade, despite a drop in crop conditions. (full story)


With drought expanding in the Midwest, the corn and soybean crops are in notably worse condition than a week ago, said the USDA Crop Progress report on Monday. The portion of the corn crop rated as good or excellent tumbled by 14 percentage points in... (full story)


Washington, D.C. June 15, 2021 WA_FV400 Phone (202)365-6701 SHIPMENTS BY COMMODITIES AND ORIGINS (AMOUNTS ARE SHOWN IN 100,000 LB UNITS) ... (full story)


AL_LS603 Las Cruces, NM Feeder Cattle June 15, 2021 Daily Import Total Sales June 14, 2021 Santa Teresa, NM. EST: 1900 Compared to last week, steer calves and yearlings sold steady... (full story)


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REPORTING OFFICE: WASHINGTON JUN 15 2021 RAIL AND PIGGYBACK SHIPMENTS FOR: MON JUN 14 2021 10,000 POUND UNITS (COMMODITY TOTALS FOLLOW ASTERIKS) ... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: WASHINGTON JUN 15 2021 RAIL AND PIGGYBACK SHIPMENTS FOR: MON JUN 14 2021 CAR AND VAN COUNT ... (full story)


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TV_LS100 Thomasville, GA Tue Jun 15, 2021 USDA-GA Dept Ag Market News Atlanta Information for AP Cattle and Calves: At Georgia auction markets on Monday medium 1-2 300-400 lb feeder steers sold at 157.00 to 168.00; 400-500 lbs 140.00 to 160.00; 500-600 lbs 132.00 to... (full story)


NW_LS452 St. Joseph, MO Tue Jun 15, 2021 USDA Market News USDA CARLOT VEAL CARCASS REPORT - Northeast and North Central Basis Compared to last week: The special fed veal carcass market was mostly steady on comparable sales of veal calves. Demand was light to moderate on light to... (full story)


Wheat futures are 6 to 17 cents lower as we get into the Tuesday daytime session, with MPLS the firmest. On Monday, wheat prices ended the first trade day of the week with losses. CBT wheat futures closed the session 6 1/4 to 7 1/2 cents weaker. HRW wheat futures... (full story)


Cotton futures are up 66 to 76 points this morning, making the best effort of the field crops thus far toward a Turnaround Tuesday following the triple digit Monday losses. July and October were the weakest on Monday, closing 205 and 246 points in the red respectively. New crop futures... (full story)


Soybeans lost a little momentum following the +2% drops sustained on Monday. They are 7 cents lower to 6 cents higher this morning, with spot July in the plus column. At the Monday close, domestic soy futures were sharply lower, as beans were down 2.4% to 3%, meal gave back... (full story)


Front month cattle futures closed a nickel in the black to $1.25 higher. June fats were up 67 cents but still a discount to the cash market. USDA reported limited $124 trade for fancy cattle in NE on Monday; trade was otherwise quiet. Last week’s cash sales were mainly $119-$120... (full story)


Corn prices are extending their Monday losses early on Tuesday, down 6 to 10 cents.  Front month corn futures ended the Monday session with 25 1/4 to 31 1/4 cent losses. Preliminary OI data suggests the losses were long liquidation with preliminary open interest dropping 8,909 contracts. Old crop basis,... (full story)


The most active hog futures ended the session with losses of at least $1.75. June futures expired 20 cents higher. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was $116.89 on Monday afternoon, following a $2.37 pullback. USDA reported the WCB afternoon average price at $132.28, with the country’s high at $136.... (full story)


BOSTON Ornamental Terminal Prices as of 15-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


Consumers continue to want to know more about how their food makes it from the farm gate to their dinner plate.  A cattle producer in Western Nebraska listened, and is now utilizing a technology to provide consumers the information they want about... (full story)


PHILADELPHIA 15-JUNE-2021 Auction Sales - Prices To Growers Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News, Federal-State Market News Service, USDA Phone: (215) 551-6791 Fax: (215) 336-0355 AF_FV160 Fairview Kentucky Produce Auction Summary Data compiled by: Fairview Produce... (full story)


PHILADELPHIA 15-JUNE-2021 Auction Sales - Prices To Growers Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News, Federal-State Market News Service, USDA Phone: (215) 551-6791 Fax: (215) 336-0355 AL_FV160 Lincoln County Kentucky Produce Auction Summary Data compiled by: Lincoln County Produce... (full story)


PHILADELPHIA 07-JUNE-2020 Auction Sales - Prices To Growers Provided by: Fruit and Vegetable Market News, Federal-State Market News Service, USDA Phone: (215) 551-6791 Fax: (215) 336-0355 AH_FV160 Hart County Kentucky Produce Auction Summary Data compiled by: Hart County Produce... (full story)


The ongoing drought in parts of cattle country are creating a myriad of challenges for producers. In this Managing for Profit, University of Missouri livestock economist Scott Brown talks about the challenges producers are facing, and what... (full story)


PHILADELPHIA Terminal Prices as of 14-JUN-2021 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News Service,... (full story)


WA_FV456 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 WATERMELONS ... (full story)


WA_FV463 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 WATERMELONS, SEEDLESS ... (full story)


WA_FV464 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 WATERMELONS, SEEDED ... (full story)


WA_FV457 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 TOMATOES, PLUM TYPE ... (full story)


WA_FV460 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 TOMATOES, GRAPE TYPE ... (full story)


WA_FV459 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 TOMATOES, CHERRY ... (full story)


WA_FV454 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 TOMATOES ... (full story)


WA_FV452 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 TANGERINES ... (full story)


WA_FV453 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 TANGELOS ... (full story)


WA_FV450 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 SWEET POTATOES ... (full story)


WA_FV449 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 STRAWBERRIES ... (full story)


WA_FV448 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 SQUASH ... (full story)


WA_FV447 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 SPINACH ... (full story)


WA_FV488 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 RASPBERRIES ... (full story)


WA_FV446 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 RADISHES ... (full story)


WA_FV424 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PRUNES ... (full story)


WA_FV445 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 POTATOES ... (full story)


WA_FV443 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 POTATOES-SEED ... (full story)


WA_FV442 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 POTATOES-CHIPPER ... (full story)


WA_FV485 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 POMEGRANATES ... (full story)


WA_FV444 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PLUMS ... (full story)


WA_FV473 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PLANTAINS ... (full story)


WA_FV483 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PINEAPPLES ... (full story)


WA_FV482 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PERSIMMONS ... (full story)


WA_FV441 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PEPPERS, OTHER ... (full story)


WA_FV440 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUN 15 2021 PEPPERS, BELL TYPE ... (full story)


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