18 Sep 2020

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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#46

So, a down week for everything but US wheat – corn is down by USD 1 or 2 m/t, while soybeans dropped by USD 7 to 9 m/t and soymeal down by around USD 8 to 10 m/t. US winter wheat was up by about USD 3 to 6 m/t.
There wasn’t all that much reason for corn prices to drift lower this week – actually there wasn’t much reason for any change with corn.......please clcik PDF to see more details 



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#45

About the only item that showed any strength at all this week was soymeal and it was only up by a couple of dollars a ton. Corn prices slipped lower by about USD 3 m/t while soybeans did drop close to USD 5 m/t, most wheat was down by a couple of dollars a ton.......please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#44

We had all the USDA WASDE and WASDE related report issued on Friday and overall it seems to have been much of a non-event. At least for Friday there was no strong reaction in the markets – perhaps there will be more reaction on Monday.......please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#43

Not a great deal of change in grain/oilseed prices in the US this week – December corn was up by about USD 1 m/t, January 2020 soybeans were also up by about USD 1 m/t while soymeal was up by less than USD 1 m/t. Even wheat prices didn’t do much this week........please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#42

US soybean and soymeal prices moved lower this week – both by USD 5 to 7 m/t. Winter wheat too moved lower, also by USD 5 to 7 m/t. Corn prices were quiet but did finish the week up by about USD 2 m/t which is nothing major at all for corn.......please click PDF to see more details

 



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#41

Other than wheat, the grain and oilseed markets in the US were quiet this week. Very little happened to the price for corn, soybeans and soymeal while soft red winter wheat jumped by about USD 9 to 10 m/t with hard red winter wheat up by about USD 5 m/t – spring wheat was quiet.......please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#40

The feeling in most of the expert analysis of the USDA’s WASDE report is that the report was quite neutral overall. Reports also say that the rally in grain prices on Friday was more due to weather than WASDE.........please click PDF to see more details

 



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#39

Corn. soybeans and soymeal had decent price rallies this week with corn up by USD 5 to 7 m/t, soybeans up by about USD 12 m/t and soymeal up by close to USD 10 m/t...............please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#38

US grain/oilseed prices didn’t change much this week and except for spring wheat everything was quite steady with last week --- US spring wheat was up by about USD 9 m/t.
With the rally in spring wheat, the experts are saying that prices are probably overdone and that there could be some lower prices on the way.........please click PDF to see more details

 



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#37

Market prices were a little quieter this week as the market tried to recover from the WASDE report. There was little or no change in corn prices, but soybeans did drop by USD 6 m/t or so while soymeal was down by USD 7 m/t. US spring wheat prices also moved lower by about USD 6 m/t while winter wheat was up by about USD 2 m/t. ..................please click PDF to see more details



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