It’s an exciting day — the first of three at FarmTech in Edmonton, Alta., and a special live recording of the show. In today’s episode, hear: Today’s top ag news with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse; Jerome Isaac, director with Alberta Pulse Growers, talks about FarmTech; Scott Meers, entomologist with Alberta Agriculture announces his retirement, and of… Read More

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) published its final World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report of the year, and according to some analysts, it was rather void of surprise or even change. “That was the problem — we didn’t see anything, nothing changed,” says FarmLead CEO Brennan Turner, in the following interview… Read More

Grain markets ended the month of November strongly as a shortened trading day on Friday, November 29th (due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday) saw significant technical selling, which pushed prices up. Corn gained eight cents while Chicago SRW wheat futures jumped 15 cents on Friday alone — helping the complex end the month on an… Read More

Grain markets ended a shortened-trading week mostly in the red as the complex pulled back on concerns over a trade war deal getting done and ongoing weak demand fundamentals. While many analysts are saying that corn and soybeans are oversold and nearing technical support levels, the only thing that seems to be strengthening is basis… Read More

While regular RealAg Radio host Shaun Haney and producer Jason B. Stroeve are in Germany for Agritechnica, the radio show will have three different hosts: Lyndsey Smith, Monday and Wednesday; Jessika Guse, Tuesday; and columnist, dairy farmer, and friend of RealAgriculture Andrew Campbell hosts Thursday and Friday. On today’s show, hear: A moment of reflection… Read More

Grain markets entered November on a mixed-week of performance, but most grain prices did find some positive gains for the month of October. Canola and hard red spring wheat were the only futures markets who didn’t find positive gains in October, suggesting that the price run-up at the end of September might’ve priced in anticipated… Read More