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Chinese pork production surging

7/19/2021

Production up 40% year-over-year, Chinese officials said last week.

Cash Strategist 7-21-21

7/19/2021

July Balance Sheets Little Changed

Manage farm stress with free, confidential support

7/17/2021

A new service provides pre-paid, ongoing wellness coaching and counseling services to Iowa farm families. This confidential support for a variety of life events is easily accessible via phone, text, live chat, video or app. This webinar (July 28) will help you learn about the service for yourself or another person when assistance is needed.

Biden seeks to boost ag competition

7/12/2021

Plan seeks to increase competition in livestock markets, guarantee the right to repair.

Beef exports on record pace

7/12/2021

U.S. beef exports up 15% on the year compared to 2020, while pork lags.

Cash Strategist 7-14-21

7/12/2021

Trade Looking Forward

U.S. ethanol exports rebound after a tough 2020

7/12/2021

Nearly one of every 10 gallons of ethanol was exported last year, accounting for 482 million bushels of corn demand.

U.S. cattle inventory up slightly

6/28/2021

Iowa inventory down 3% year-over-year, according to latest USDA report.

Cash strategist 6-30-21

6/28/2021

Inventory being monitored closely

Soybean futures see sell off

6/21/2021

Corn futures also hit last week as the market followed declines in crude oil.

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