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Karl Plume

Analysis-China to cut U.S. soy imports after shipping delays clip export window

Dec 02 2021

BEIJING/CHICAGO China's soybean imports from the United States in 2021/22 are expected to fall sharply from last season after loading delays following Hurricane Ida.

LIVESTOCK-Cattle futures post new highs, retreat in profit-taking setback

Nov 29 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 29 Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures rose to multi-year highs on Monday but closed lower as profit-taking and technical selling clipped gains, traders said.

GRAINS-Wheat drops as dollar edges higher; Australia forecasts record crop

Nov 29 2021

* Firmer dollar pressures grains (Adds closing prices, adds wheat purchase by Egypt)

GRAINS-Wheat turns lower as dollar firms, Australia forecasts record crop

Nov 29 2021

* Firmer dollar pressures grains (Rewrites throughout, adds quote, updates prices, changes byline, changes dateline from HAMBURG)

LIVESTOCK-Live cattle leap to fresh 4-1/2 year high on higher cash, beef demand

Nov 24 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 24 Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) live cattle futures rose for a sixth consecutive session on Wednesday, and the front-month contract touched its highest point in four-and-a-half years, on higher cash market prices and strong beef demand.

LIVESTOCK-U.S. live cattle notch 4-1/2 year high, lean hogs gain on good demand

Nov 23 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 23 Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) live cattle futures rose for a fifth consecutive session on Tuesday and the front-month contract reached its highest in 4-1/2-years on a firm cash market and good beef demand.

LIVESTOCK-U.S. live cattle notch 4-1/2 year high, lean hogs gain on good demand

Nov 22 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 22 Live cattle futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) climbed for a fourth straight session on Monday, with front-month contract hitting a fresh 4-1/2-year high on strong demand.

GRAINS-Wheat soars to 9-year peak on supply concerns, strong demand

Nov 22 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 22 U.S. wheat futures rallied to their highest in nearly nine years on Monday as ill-timed rains in Australia and rising Russian wheat prices stoked concerns about tightening supplies among the world's top exporters.

Tyson Foods sales rise as meat prices, restaurant demand jump

Nov 15 2021

(Reuters) -Soaring meat prices helped Tyson Foods Inc overcome pandemic-related labor shortages at its plants as the top U.S. meat packer reported a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit on Monday and forecast improved revenue in the year ahead.

U.S. farm co-op CHS to pay members to enroll in Bayer carbon farming program

Nov 03 2021

Agricultural seeds and chemicals supplier Bayer AG is expanding its carbon farming program to members of U.S. farm cooperative CHS Inc, boosting incentives for members to participate in the program, the companies said on Wednesday.

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