Friday, October 30, 2015


Arlan Suderman Market Comments

Friday, October 30, 2015

The Kansas wheat crop is off to a slower than normal start due to dryness as the crop approaches dormancy. Similar conditions are seen across many areas of the southern Plains, although recent rains to the south should help the crop to develop with ample time ahead of dormancy. Eastern areas of... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments

Friday, October 30, 2015

Asian Dairy Companies Surge as China Dumps One-Child Policy http://bloom.bg/1M5aFSQ It will take at least several months before the new Chinese policy affects demand, and prices http://bloom.bg/1KIAe75 Including dairy exports in retaliatory measures could provide the leverage that both Mexico and... Learn More →


Morning Dairy Comments

Friday, October 30, 2015

General Market News · S&P is up 9% this morning · Senate passes debt limit and budget bills http://goo.gl/sFi9ys · Ag Secretary Vilsack declines to say no to cuts to crop insurance http://goo.gl/nS2BzD · Select Milk Producers to create milk processing plant in Texas http://goo.gl/WMfZ69 ... Learn More →


Morning Livestock Report

Friday, October 30, 2015

Cattle futures traded to a mostly weaker finish yesterday, higher in the nearby expiring October live cattle contract and weaker across the deferreds and feeder cattle. Sharply lower hogs lending some pressure as did a weekly beef export sales total that was shockingly low. Weekly export sales... Learn More →