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GRAINS-Wheat firms as export market remains hot; corn, soybeans ease

Nov 19 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 19 U.S. wheat futures rose on Friday, with strong buying interest by importers keeping prices near the multi-year highs hit earlier this week.

UPDATE 1-U.S. soybean production to fall below expectations -government

Nov 09 2021

CHICAGO, Nov 9 Smaller-than-expected soybean harvests in the major production states of Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and Ohio sparked a surprise cut to the U.S. harvest outlook, the government said on Tuesday.

Analysis-Big U.S., Brazil harvests and slowing China demand ease some crop shortage fears

Nov 08 2021

CHICAGO/NEW YORK Big U.S. harvests, near-perfect weather for planting in Brazil and signs of slowing purchases by top buyer China are bolstering supplies of two of the top globally traded commodities: soy and corn.

GRAINS-U.S. wheat hits multi-year highs, pull corn higher; soy weak

Oct 28 2021

CHICAGO, Oct 28 U.S. wheat futures rallied on Thursday to multi-year highs, with gains fueled by concerns about tight global supplies and strong export demand.

GRAINS-Wheat futures hit multiyear highs; corn firm, soy weak

Oct 28 2021

CHICAGO, Oct 28 U.S. wheat futures rallied to multiyear highs on Thursday with concerns about tight global supplies and strong export demand fueling the gains.

GRAINS-Corn futures rally; pull soybean, wheat prices higher

Oct 27 2021

CHICAGO, Oct 27 U.S. corn futures on Wednesday rallied 2.5% to their highest level in more than two months, supported by signs of robust ethanol production that bolstered demand for the yellow grain, traders said.

GRAINS-Corn futures rally as ethanol production rises; wheat, soy firm

Oct 27 2021

CHICAGO, Oct 27 U.S. corn futures on Wednesday rallied 2.4% to their highest level in more than two months, supported by signs of robust ethanol production that bolstered demand for the yellow grain, traders said.

'Desperate for tires.' Components shortage roils U.S. harvest

Oct 12 2021

CHICAGO Dale Hadden cannot find any spare tires for his combine harvester. So the Illinois farmer told his harvest crew to avoid driving on the sides of roads this autumn to avoid metal scraps that could shred tires.

U.S. farmers face supply shortages, higher costs after Hurricane Ida

Sep 22 2021

CHICAGO Troy Walker's phone will not stop ringing at his Kansas farm cooperative, with growers needing fertilizer for their wheat fields in the coming months.

UPDATE 1-U.S. lifts forecasts for corn, soybean harvests

Sep 10 2021

CHICAGO, Sept 10 The U.S. government lifted its forecast for the country's corn harvest by 1.7% on Friday after farmers devoted more acres to the grain than previously reported.

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