Financials:  Dec. Bonds are currently up 6 at 126’31, down 3’2 since my last “Report” (9/22/2022). 10 Yr. Notes are 5 lower at 112’10 and 5 Year notes down 5 at 107’21. The yield curve remains inverted with the 2 year at 4.16%, 5 Year at 3.99%, 10 Yr. at... (full story)

We kickoff the day with Challenger Job Cuts (Sep) at 6:30 A.M., Export Sales, Initial Jobless Claims (01/Oct), Jobless Claims 4-Week Average (01/Oct), and Continuing Jobless Claims (24/Sep) at 7:30 A.M., EIA Natural Gas Stocks at 9:30 A.M., 4-Week & 8-Week Bill Auction at 10:30 A.M., Fed Evans Speech and... (full story)

DEC CORN The numbers don’t lie – the last two USDA Reports – the Sept WASDE – 9-12-22 & the Qtly Stocks – 9-30-22 both corroborate the Supply Bull that is the current Corn Mkt! Total production – 13,944 BB (Ly-15,115), yield – 172.5 BPA (Ly- 177.0) & Qtly Stks... (full story)

With three years left to meet the goals of a “pollution diet,” the three major states in the Chesapeake Bay watershed have greatly improved their wastewater treatment, though they still lag in three other areas, including reducing agricultural... (full story)

S&P 500 jubilation continued yet another day, but not after repelling some serious downside first. The bears didn‘t meet my key objective of breaking below 3,720s – but bonds weren‘t shining either. Animal spirits were powered by the intraday retreat of the dollar giving up a third of its gains. So, stocks closed in the proximity of where they had been rejected on Tuesday – the low 3,800s – leaving the bears high and dry. And in danger as I‘m looking for still reasonably good non-farm payrolls tomorrow, which would: (full story)

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RA_FV001 Raleigh, NC-Summary of Farmers' Market Prices in North Carolina Provided by: Fruit & Vegetable Market News Office Federal-State Market News Office - Raleigh, NC Phone: 919-707-3156 Internet Address: http://www.ncagprices.org STATE FARMERS MARKET - RALEIGH,... (full story)

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An economist says dairy prices have been mostly steady with increased cheese production thanks to consumer demand, but that might change.  Tanner Ehmke with CoBank tells Brownfield cheese production is up and the ability to make more cheese... (full story)

One might say that Biden retreated and then lost the shale revolution. He turned his back on U.S. oil and gas producers, canceled the Keystone Pipeline, put on drilling moratoriums and discouraged investment in all fossil fuels. He then looked to other countries to make up for our supply deficit. Biden thought he could use his clumsy foreign policy and make Saudi Arabia a pariah state, at the same time expect them to jump whenever he asked them to raise oil production. (full story)

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Winfield United Seed Product Manager Andy Dickes says nitrogen and seed are both big expenses. This week, he explains how the two are related and what farmers can do to make sure they’re getting the most out of each for optimal yields and ROI. ...... (full story)

Net farm income is at record levels, thanks to high commodity prices, and is expected to remain strong for two or three years, yet farm groups are telling Congress “that existing subsidy programs should be continued, their scope expanded, and federal... (full story)

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Wyoming Director of Agriculture Doug Miyamoto is the 2022-2203 president of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. He says he’s looking forward to serving in the role as work on the 2023 Farm Bill begins.    ... (full story)

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COLUMBIA Shipping Point Prices as of 06-OCT-2022 Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News Federal - State Market News... (full story)

Brazil’s equivalent of the USDA is projecting record grain production in 2023. CONAB says combined production could be as large as 312.365 million tons if weather cooperates and there are no significant shifts in planted area, which is expected to... (full story)

Mostly dry will prevail across the nation’s southeastern quadrant, facilitating hurricane recovery efforts in Florida, the harvesting of cotton and peanuts in the Carolinas and Virginia, as well as summer crop harvesting from the lower Corn Belt to... (full story)

Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of warmer-than-normal weather along the central and northern Pacific Coast and from the Gulf Coast into the central Corn Belt, while below-normal temperatures are expected across the... (full story)

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AJ_PY029 Atlanta, GA Thu. Oct 06, 2022 USDA Market News Daily Weighted Average Trailer Load Egg Sales ... (full story)

AL_LS603 Las Cruces, NM Feeder Cattle October 6, 2022 Daily Import Total Sales October 5, 2022 Santa Teresa, NM. EST: 1000 Compared to Tuesday, a few sales of steer calves and... (full story)

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PHILADELPHIA 06-OCTOBER-2022 Auction Sales - Prices To Growers Provided by: Specialty Crops Market News, Federal-State Market News Service, USDA Phone: (215) 551-6791 Fax: (215) 336-0355 AL_FV160 Lincoln County Produce Auction Summary Data compiled by: Lincoln County Produce... (full story)

TFM Cash+ Take the Stress Out of Your Marketing Strategy. No hedge account. No margin calls. Just comprehensive, common-sense guidance at a great value. Learn more: https://www.totalfarmmarketing.com/tfm-cash-plus/ Information produced by ADM Investor Services, Inc. and distributed by Stewart-Peterson Inc. Wheat prices overnight are down 8 in SRW, down 7 in... (full story)

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Morning cotton futures are back in the black following two major moves in opposite directions. Yesterday, the cotton market responded to Tuesday limit up gains with an almost expanded limit drop. Dec had hit their 5c limit loss but settled 3 points off of it to revert to a normal... (full story)

So far for the Thursday trade soybeans are working 0.77% to 0.93% in the red, meal futures are firm but down 40 cents, and BO prices are 0.8% to 1.4% lower. Yesterday, soybean oil futures closed off their highs, but were still the gainer of the complex on net 39... (full story)

Live cattle prices ended the day with 42 to 67 cent gains in the front months. October options expire on Friday, with the delivery process beginning next Monday. Preliminary OI dropped 2,321 October contracts, short covering. Feeders led the way with a midweek recovery of as much as $2.12 for... (full story)

Front month wheat futures are working lower with double digit weakness in the CBT market. The wheat market ended the session mixed after a wide ranged session that worked mostly higher. Chicago prices settled the day within a penny of UNCH through May ’23 contracts, with December printing a 25... (full story)

Lean hog futures recovered some of their triple digit losses on Tuesday with a triple digit bounce back on Wednesday. The National Average Base Hog price was back up by 22 cents to $92.99 for the PM update. The 10/3 CME Lean Hog Index was $93.44, down by 89 cents.... (full story)

Going into the weekly report the corn market is down by 2 to 3 cents. Corn prices worked both sides of UNCH on Wednesday, but ultimately settled in the black. December traded within a 12 cent range on the day, closing a penny higher. The other front months settled 1... (full story)

Although the broader fundamentals arguably support a bullish take on oil firms like Exxon Mobil, traders piled into put options for XOM stock, raising many eyebrows. (full story)

The Chart of the Day belongs to the medical software company Model N (MODN). I found the stock by sorting the Russell 3000 Index stocks first by the most frequent number of new highs in the last month and having a Trend Spotter buy signal then used the Flipchart feature... (full story)

Yesterday we suggested a Down day and the markets didn't disappoint. What will we see today? (full story)

December S&P 500 futures (ESZ22) are trending down -0.38% this morning after three major US benchmark indices fizzled a two-day relief rally on robust economic data and Federal Reserve officials' remarks that pushed back against bets of a pivot. (full story)

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