Tuesday, June 28, 2016 3:21PM CDT
Hot, dry weather was beneficial for putting up hay and harvesting seed wheat this past week, according to View From the Cab farmer Chase Brown of Decatur, Illinois. But if the hot, dry trend continues much longer, it could affect corn pollination in his area, he told DTN.
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 11:43AM CDT
These partners believe their Ohio farming operation is a sound long-term investment, so they designed trusts that will pay dividends to their survivors but don't automatically trigger buyouts at death.
December corn was 3 cents lower, November soybeans were 10 cents lower, and September Chicago wheat was unchanged.
Look for lean hog futures to open on a mixed basis, lower in nearby contracts and some higher in deferreds. At the same time, the cattle complex should begin moderately lower, checked by lower beef cutouts and uncertain cash projects.