Thursday, November 15, 2018 7:13AM CST
All of the major fertilizers are higher compared to last year, with prices showing significant gains in recent months, but anhydrous had the biggest increase at 6% from the previous week and 27% higher than last year.
Thursday, November 15, 2018 7:09AM CST
With time running short, the chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee said it's critical to get a deal this week on a farm bill between the House and Senate so there is time to complete the language and get cost estimates on the final bill, then take the legislation to both the House and Senate floors again.
December corn was up 2 cents, November soybeans were up 11 cents, and December KC wheat was up 2 cents.
The cattle complex should start with uneven price action Thursday as bulls and bears argue how late-week cash will land. Along the same lines, lean issues are also likely to open mixed thanks to residual selling and short-covering.