Surprises were few and far between in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s September World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report on Friday. The major figures were largely in line with pre-report estimates. On the yield side of things, U.S. corn and soybeans came in just slightly above trade estimates. Corn was estimated at… Read More

This month’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE) didn’t contain any huge shocks, with soybean stocks ticking up but corn stocks down slightly. The global wheat outlook for 2021/22 is for larger supplies, higher consumption, increased trade, and higher stocks. Supplies are projected to increase 4.3 million tons to 1,087.9 million, mainly on higher… Read More

On this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio, we have a show focused on today’s StatsCan’s acreage report. You’ll hear from: Jon Driedger, grain market analyst with LeftField Commodity Research; Matthew Pot, economist and author of Grain Perspectives; Kyle Jeworski, chief executive officer at Viterra, on domestic canola crush demand and development; and, Other news stories… Read More

There were few surprises in the latest United States Department of Agriculture’s WASDE report, with yields of principal crops left unchanged from previous reports. The USDA reported new crop corn ending stocks at 2.648 billion, mostly inline with trade expectations. According to Matthew Pot with Grain Perspectives, even China buying more corn on the heels… Read More