Monday, November 1st, 2021 Video and Audio Podcast

Wheat led the grain markets mostly higher on the day today as we saw money flow into all three wheat classes to start the month of November. Corn followed suit and traded higher while the soybean market was quiet under pressure from lower soybean meal. Cattle futures turned lower amid higher feed prices and hogs were up slightly on the day. John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss. Learn more at www.totalfarmmarketing.com.

LISTEN TO THE AUDIO ONLY VERSION OF THE SHOW BELOW OR AT A LINK ABOVE:

https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/3d784c38-b196-46c9-a646-c7db194eacde/episodes/022cc810-20be-4a0d-921b-f14ac87e29b2/market-talk-monday-november-1st-2021–john-heinberg

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/market-talk/id1533318516#episodeGuid=eec92a5f-b6cd-4237-820c-3cbe125ec704

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1AvPbigB2HRikvQCrZHO2W?si=-bGUqwcNQYaZpd9saWqy8g

 

Related articles

Not So Fast: Rabobank Reports Beef Market Headwinds

A Rabobank research paper analyzes the headwinds cattle producers face in rebuilding the cattle herd moving forward. At the 2023 NCBA Cattle Industry Convention in New Orleans, Lance Zimmerman- Rabobank Animal Protein Senior Analyst, explains...

CattleFax Forecast for Producer Profitability in 2023

The CattleFax Outlook Seminar at the annual Cattle Industry Convention in New Orleans dug into expert market and weather analysis for the coming year. Prices and profitability will again favor cattle producers in 2023. The...

USDA’s Taylor Challenged on Lack of Market Access Trade Deals

“Market Access”—a theme that won’t go away for USDA officials confronted routinely on the topic by lawmakers on Capitol Hill. South Dakota’s John Thune challenged USDA Trade Undersecretary Alexis Taylor to defend developing deals like...

Legislation Designed to Protect U.S. Ag from Foreign Adversaries

The bipartisan Promoting Agriculture Safeguards and Security (PASS) Act was introduced in both congressional chambers. It will protect U.S. national security by preventing foreign adversaries from taking any ownership or control of agricultural land...

Brazil Reinstates Ethanol Import Tariff

Brazil’s Foreign Trade Chamber reinstated the 18 percent import tariff on ethanol, making U.S. imports less price competitive in the country. The recent zero percent import tariff got put in place last year by...

Latest articles

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: