Tuesday, November 24, 2015


Morning Dairy Comments, 11/24/2015

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

General Market News · ***Dairy markets will have regular scheduled close Wednesday but remain closed until 5 pm central Sunday · Turkey shoots down likely Russian jet near Syria · Goldman Sachs forecasts four rate hikes next year · Gas on thanksgiving cheapest since 2008 · Wal-mart to offer 2000... Learn More →


Morning Dairy News, 11/24/2015

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Cold storage inventories: The bears are out http://bit.ly/1jhOAoG Butter shortage in Canada due to consumer shift from margarine, says group http://bit.ly/1XaV4bG Japan’s butter shortages illustrate long-distorted food policies http://on.ft.com/1Shv0oI India: While co-operative dairies have not cut... Learn More →


Morning Livestock Report, 11/24/2015

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The cattle markets traded lower for all of about 10 minutes early yesterday morning, before quickly climbing back to unchanged and rallying as much as the $3.00 limit higher by mid-morning. Last week’s USDA mandatory cash cattle summaries show the North trading mostly $125 live / $195 dressed,... Learn More →


Perspective: Morning Commentary, 11/24/2015

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

November 24 – Tensions are escalating in the Middle East this morning after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane that it said was over its airspace. The world held its breathe when the reports emerged and started selling off stocks when the official Russian response was released. Russia reported... Learn More →


Morning Grain Comments, 11/24/2015

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Soybeans took a hit on the open last night following yesterday’s highly-touted bullish reversal, but they’ve gradually recovered since despite a lack of fresh fundamental developments; the chart formation is at least there to take advantage if any supportive information does come along. Wheat is... Learn More →