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With the large moves continuing in all the Grains, we are sending out this update to bring fresh levels to watch for. (full story)


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More volatility and less price direction continues to be the norm for the moment.  Bouts of volatility tend to be followed by a trend as more fundamentals win out over the weaker ones that creates a direction.  At the moment, we are all in the same boat, battling volatility and piecing together fundamentals for which we weigh and add or subtract credibility of the importance of in hopes of deciphering the next most probable move.  (full story)


MB_FV195 BALTIMORE (JESSUP, MD) July 6, 2022 Provided by USDA Specialty Crop Market News Service Phone: (559) 977-6875 E-mail: IFMN@usda.gov APPALACHIAN DISTRICT (MD, PA, VA, WV) APPLES FOR PROCESSING 2021 crop Temperature highs have been in the upper 80's with mostly fair or... (full story)


MIAMI Shipping Point Prices as of 06-JUL-2022 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


MIAMI Shipping Point Prices as of 06-JUL-2022 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)


Rain, hail and high winds moved through parts of the Corn Belt this past week, flattening crops in some fields while causing hardly a stir in others.  While some of the corn Ken Ferrie checked was snapped off below the ear, he reports most of the... (full story)


Bill Baruch joined CNBC to talk about a decrease in copper demand as a result of recession fears in the western world. In the meantime, China's economic activity is picking up as reflected in their credit impulse data. Bill also talks about the... (full story)


WA_GR105 Washington, DC Wed Jul 06, 2022 USDA Market News Barge Grain Data (thousand tons) Week 26 Date Ending: 7/2/2022 LOCK Corn Wheat Soybeans Other Total MISS 15 210 0 162 0 372 MISS 25 279 2 274 3 ... (full story)


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WA_FV456 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 WATERMELONS ... (full story)


WA_FV463 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 WATERMELONS, SEEDLESS ... (full story)


WA_FV464 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 WATERMELONS, SEEDED ... (full story)


WA_FV457 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 TOMATOES, PLUM TYPE ... (full story)


At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle ended the day higher, supported by the higher boxed beef during the session.  August live cattle closed $1.57 higher at $134.50 and October live cattle closed $1.47 higher at... (full story)


WA_FV460 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 TOMATOES, GRAPE TYPE ... (full story)


WA_FV459 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 TOMATOES, CHERRY ... (full story)


WA_FV454 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 TOMATOES ... (full story)


WA_FV452 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 TANGERINES ... (full story)


WA_FV453 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 TANGELOS ... (full story)


WA_FV450 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 SWEET POTATOES ... (full story)


WA_FV449 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 STRAWBERRIES ... (full story)


WA_FV448 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 SQUASH ... (full story)


WA_FV447 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 SPINACH ... (full story)


WASHINGTON, DC 6-JUL-2022 WA_FV103 ... (full story)


WA_FV488 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 RASPBERRIES ... (full story)


WA_FV446 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 RADISHES ... (full story)


WA_FV424 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PRUNES ... (full story)


WA_FV445 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 POTATOES ... (full story)


WA_FV443 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 POTATOES-SEED ... (full story)


WA_FV442 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 POTATOES-CHIPPER ... (full story)


WA_FV485 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 POMEGRANATES ... (full story)


WA_FV444 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PLUMS ... (full story)


WA_FV473 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PLANTAINS ... (full story)


WA_FV483 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PINEAPPLES ... (full story)


WA_FV482 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PERSIMMONS ... (full story)


WA_FV441 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PEPPERS, OTHER ... (full story)


WA_FV440 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PEPPERS, BELL TYPE ... (full story)


WA_FV439 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PEAS GREEN ... (full story)


WA_FV438 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PEARS ... (full story)


A severe thunderstorm system brought damaging winds to southeastern South Dakota on Tuesday. Phil Schumacher with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls tells Brownfield the storm was classified as a derecho. “Multiple wind gusts over 75 miles... (full story)


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BASF and WinField United are working together to provide farmers agronomic insights to improve yield and reduce risk. BASF director of U.S. crop marketing Brady Spangenberg says the Corn Impact prescription service offers recommendations for... (full story)


WA_FV479 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PARSLEY ... (full story)


WA_FV478 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 PAPAYA ... (full story)


WA_FV436 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 ORANGES ... (full story)


WA_FV435 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 ONIONS GREEN ... (full story)


WA_FV434 WASHINGTON USDA AMS JUL 06 2022 ONIONS DRY ... (full story)