Soybean producers are keeping careful watch on weather in South America. It’s been no secret Argentina has been battling drought conditions, and soybean markets have been reflecting that weather. Andy Shissler of S & W Trading s suggesting farmers build their bean position before the USDA releases its prospective plantings report March 29. “Guys sell this rally and I think if it doesn’t rain in Argentina, you continue to sell into it next week and the week after,” he said on AgDay.
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( Greg Peterson ) Earlier this month, the USDA released a report showing farm incomes will hit a 12-year low in 2018. While there have been recent rallies in the crop markets, farm profits are expected to drop to $59.5 billion.
Drought has been driving the wheat rally, and according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor, this is the biggest drought footprint in four years, with parts of the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles experiencing D3 or extreme drought. Because of the drought, the wheat market is in a crop scare market, according to Joe Valavik, president of Standard Grain, and farmers could have some of the best opportunities to market wheat this calendar year. There are two ways to take advantage of the rally, he says.
@Bridget_Beran My mom is a nurse. How she explained it: basically your mental health records are under lock and key. No one can access them because it would violate HIIPA. That includes gun sellers. It’s a mess and needs to be fixed.
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