18 Sep 2020

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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#23

Hey, hey – another up week in the grain and oilseed markets: corn prices up by USD 10 to 13 m/t, soybeans up by almost USD 15 m/t, soymeal up by USD 10 to 11 m/t and winter wheat up by USD 10 to 13 m/t ---- only spring wheat moved a little lower, dropping by a couple of dollars m/t........please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#22

And again, an exciting week with prices trying to find a direction but then most everything, except Spring Wheat, ended up closing lower on the week.  US corn prices dropped by USD 4 to 5 m/t while soybeans were down by closer to USD 8 m/t and soymeal down by almost USD 10 m/t. Hard red winter wheat dropped by about USD 5 m/t while soft red winter wheat was steady, but spring wheat was close to USD 6 m/t higher.........please click PDF to see more details



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#20

This is a holiday weekend in the US with Monday being Memorial Day – a day of remembrance for the US Armed Forces.
This week was another week of higher prices for both futures and cash markets --- corn was up by about USD 9 m/t with soybeans up by just over USD 3 m/t and soymeal up by about USD 6 m/t --- wheat was also up with winter wheat up by close to USD 9 m/t and spring wheat up by just under USD 7 m/t........please click PDF to see more details

 



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Hammersmith Weekly Feed Grain and Protein Report Wk#14

The latest USDA WASDE report didn’t have too much excitement built in but there were a few items of interest:

  •         Lower feed and ethanol use for corn along with reduced corn exports – the result is an increase.........please click PDF to see more details 


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