Big yields, big carryouts and little volatility. It’s a corn market story that’s been with us for two years and may persist throughout 2018. In this edition of RealAgriculture Corn School, Grain Perspectives market consultant Matthew Pot takes a look at what growers can expect from the corn market in 2018. “With huge U.S. supplies,… Read More

India’s decision to add a 50 percent import duty on peas is designed to help the country become self-sufficient in pulses, and the government appears to be steadfast in its commitment, says one of India’s largest international pulse brokers. Anurag Tulshan, managing director of Esarco Exim Pvt Ltd, told delegates attending the Grain World conference… Read More

Soybean futures have dropped to 14-month lows and corn is seemingly unable to break through a brick wall at $3.96/bu. The bears are seemingly winning over the bulls and their weather concerns. Soybeans broke lower last week from the Brazilian currency tanking with the JBS corruption scandal, which made Brazilian beans cheaper for foreign buyers (but did producers… Read More