- Storms, Rains Lend A Little Drought Relief
Rains across the Plains provide a bit of drought relief while stalling planting progress in the Midwest moving eastward.
- Moving on Up with Corn Planting, That Is
Looks like we have the tools and talent to cover the territory if the ground dries out.
- Percent of Land Area in Drought Edges Up Slightly
After several weeks of decline, drought steals back some land area
- 7 Things You Might Have Missed This Week
Kansas Wheat Tour, playing the planting waiting game, and chicken diapers
- Long-Term Moisture Deficits, Temp Swings Keep Drought Around
U.S. Drought Monitor reports beneficial rains in the central and southern U.S, but temperatures fuel drought in Texas and the central High Plains
- Soil Parasite Costing Northwest Wheat Growers More than $50 Million
Lost revenue in the Northwest triggered by pest.
- USDA Crop Progress Report: How Does Very Little Sound?
Not much more corn has gone into the ground in the past week, at least in this report.
- Afternoon Recap by Paul Burgener
Wheat and old crop soybeans took losses today as profit taking and better weather weigh on grain prices.
- Morning Market Review by Bryce Knorr
Traders begin to book a little profit before heading home for the holiday weekend. (These comments are updated by 7:30 a.m. Central Time)