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Farm Journal Crop Tour Results

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Click here for a full analysis of the Farm Journal Crop Tour Results by INTL FCStone's analyst Matt Blasdel.
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Recent Sell Signal Statistics

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How are we doing? Check our recent Sell Signal performance charts
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2015 Roach Ag Acreage Survey Results

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Roach Ag Marketing’s 2015 June Acreage Survey includes data from customers in 14 states. The survey period was June 9th – June 16th vs. the USDA survey period of May 29th – June 15th (estimated).
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Roach Ag June Acreage Survey

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Roach Ag June Acreage Survey
Roach Ag June Acreage Survey! Submit acreage numbers with us and we promise to share the summary ahead of the June 30th USDA. http://Roachag.com/acreage
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U.S. Corn Yields and El Nino

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Signs we could enter the peak growing season within an El Nino weather pattern has many in the trade talking about the chances for above trend corn yields. I read on the internet that all years we have been in an El Nino for the crop season, yields were above trend but that is not the case. We sum it up with the chart below.
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INTL FCStone Brazil Crop Tour

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The 'Crop Tour', a series of reports from INTL FCStone that covers technical analysis and field studies of the 2014/15 soybean crop along with the Crop Expedition, is in its final stretch.
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Brazil Soybean Crop Facing Losses (Translated)

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The number of 95 million tonnes for the 2014/15 soybean crop of soybeans in Brazil will not be confirmed. For the market consultant Fernando Muraro, the AgRural, losses are already 4 to 5 million tons, lost to the high temperatures and lack of rainfall in major producing regions. The result of this season? This is now the most difficult number to be achieved since the brand this season is the irregularity.
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What is driving corn and bean yields?

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In the September USDA report, corn and bean yields increased substantially on a updated yield data in 10 corn and 11 soybean growing states that make up just over 83% of production for each.
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Is Today's 167.4 Corn Yield January's 179.0?

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The USDA did not raise corn yields to the level expected ahead of today’s WASDE report although several key corn states are expected...
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Winter Wheat Conditions Decline

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Winter Wheat Conditions Decline
Kansas winter wheat conditions dropped significantly in the monthly state NASS report yesterday, coming in at 35% good/excellent, down from 65% g/ex in November—the state accounts for 21% of U.S. winter wheat plantings for 2014. Oklahoma came in at 36% g/ex, down from 73% in Nov, with Nebraska at 46%% vs 72% previously, and Texas at 19% vs 37% in November.
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