Corn up 3-6 cents; Soybeans up 8-10 cents, soyoil up $0.42, soybean meal up $0.3; Wheat up 2-5 cents. *Prices as of 6:55 am CST. From the editors: It's not too 16 Jan 2020 “Corn and soybeans seem to be treading water in their respective breakeven price ranges due to adequate current global inventories," he said. 26 Mar 2020 LOW PRICES. New-crop futures, December corn and November soybeans, often guide farmers on planting decisions, especially in fringe areas The purpose of this article is to evaluate the accuracy of WASDE corn and soybean price forecasts using methodology suitable for testing judgmental interval
16 Jan 2020 “Corn and soybeans seem to be treading water in their respective breakeven price ranges due to adequate current global inventories," he said.
Corn, Soybean Prices: A Worst Case Look at 2020, 2021 – AgFax Baseline and adverse corn and soybean prices for 2019 through 2021 are shown in Table 1. For 2018, average farm prices for the nation are $3.60 for corn and $8.50 for soybeans. These are the same prices reported by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in the August 2019 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and represent Corn Futures Quotes - CME Group All market data contained within the CME Group website should be considered as a reference only and should not be used as validation against, nor as a complement to, real-time market data feeds. Settlement prices on instruments without open interest or volume are provided for web users only and are not published on Market Data Platform (MDP). Soybeans Prices | Successful Farming
Grades are U.S. number 2 yellow corn and U.S. number 1 soybeans. Price for each day is the mean of the bid and ask prices reported for that day. Observations
5 days ago Yellow Corn. Month. Month Basis. Hard Red Winter. 2.7075 -. Price. (0.43) Yellow Soybeans. Alexandria. Spring Wheat: Winter Wheat: Corn:. In the Southern part of the state, shelled corn bids were 4 cents higher. Soybean bids were mostly down a penny. Commercial grain prices paid farmers by 27 Jan 2020 Using Indiana cash prices reported by USDA-NASS, the average soybean to corn price ratio from January 2000 to December 2019 was 2.52. 19 Feb 2020 The next 10 years could bring very little in the way of increased net return on corn and soybeans, according to the USDA's long-term projections