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  • 2014-15 Crop Year Ends For Corn, Soybeans, Spring Wheat Basis August 26, 2015
    As the 2014-15 crop marketing year draws to a close, let's look at how basis fared in the past 12 months. In general, at the end of August 2015, corn, soybean and wheat basis is about 30 to 40 cents weaker than the 5-year averages for each crop.
  • STB Needs to Make Timely Decision on Revenue Adequacy, Grain Rates August 10, 2015
    The Surface Transportation Board needs to quickly move ahead with a comprehensive set of proposals for railroad grain shipping rates and rail revenue adequacy in order to create more certainty for both shippers and railroads, the former acting chairman of the STB told attendees at this year's National Grain and Feed Association Ag Transportation Summit.
  • A Windshield Tour August 7, 2015
    I logged nearly 1,000 miles in the car over the past week, and I saw signs of this year's wet spring almost everywhere.
  • Mr. Market Lives In China Too August 5, 2015
    Manic-depressive behavior knows no borders.
  • Shipper Groups, Railroads at Odds Over Rules Regarding Railroads' Revenue-Adequate Status July 27, 2015
    During a hearing held last week, railroads and shipper groups voiced opposite views on whether railroads should be able to continue to differentially price rail service to captive shippers once they reach revenue-adequate status.
  • Sorghum's GMO Question July 21, 2015
    Between domestic and international markets, sorghum's status as an ancient grain with no genetic engineering is paying off, but how long will that last?

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