Brazilian Fed Cattle Prices -January 2020

Brazilian fed cattle continue their high prices due to strong demand from exports (China), as well as tight supplies. Average year-over-year prices in January were up +16% over 2019, but noting a monthly decline from December of -$0.63 per lb, or -8.3%. With such a large shortage of pork in the world, substitutes like beef…

U.S. Hay Exports

U.S. hay exports as of October 2019 were up +5.6% YTD over 2018, with top markets in Asia and the Middle East. Saudi Arabia continues to be an emerging market with strong growth thanks to its decision to stop using groundwater for forage production. Asian growth has seen strong growth due to increased demand from…

AgPresent 2020 – Update

As 2020 comes in, AgPresent is updating its content and goals. With more featured content on the web page, social sites, and other sites, we look forward to gearing up to provide a new approach to modern food and agriculture market intelligence and information. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook for updates and daily…

The U.S. Soybean Export Rollercoaster

With the U.S. and China trade war hitting soybeans heavy, exports took a volatile ride in 2019. As the last export numbers come in, one thing is certain, big purchases helped bolster demand as the year ended, giving hope for the suffering soybean industry. As we move through the marketing year, and with the new…