Today Ag News Daily gets excited about the limit up moves in the cattle complex, we muse about Law and Order (and miss Jerry Orbach) and talk about the intricacies of arranging freight for agricultural products with Katie Hall from 3 Point Ag.
Lots happening in the news today including updates on the Brazilian Beef Scandal, Weather conditions affecting row crop and speciality crops nation-wide, a new Minnesota tax incentive law, closing market prices, and an interview with Anne Seckel the VP of Federal Affairs for the National Biodiesel Board.
Mike and Delaney catch up after Memorial Day weekend and talk news, commodity markets, and talk with the first Canadian guest on AND Matthew Pot and he shares what it's like to be a commodity trader in Canada.
Today Mike and Delaney kick off their new website, www.agnewsdaily.com, share news about what's going on in the industry, and talk about AgGrad founder Tim Hammerich about the current job industry for agriculturalists.
Today the news continued to focus on the political turmoil in Brazil, reactions to President Trump's proposed budget and the sun shining (at least in Iowa). With the sun out, thoughts turn to hay production, so we had a conversation with Dr. Dan Undersander from the UW Extension about what top producers need to keep in mind during a year that's been as challenging as this one.
Mike and Delaney talk budget cuts, milk, and Dawn Refsell is the lucky guest today representing Valent to talk agronomic and row crop research.
Mike obsesses over the "Liger" and "Tigan", Delaney reports on some upcoming events for Ag News Daily, and John Heisdorffer of the American Soybean Industry joins to share his thoughts on the industry.
Delaney and Mike are joined by Tommy Grisafi to take a deep dive in to the corn markets; and maybe reset our expectation on what of what a "rally" should look like. We also take a look at the cattle and hog markets and ruminate on how important the currency markets are to all of engaged in global trade.
Mike and Delaney talk about the latest news with the Farm Bill, the H2-A visa program and the latest happenings in Brazil. Be sure to tune in to Pedro Ferreira, from Brazil, as he gives Ag News Daily the inside scoop.
Today, Delaney and Mike run through the most recent scandal to rock the country of Brazil and note how it has affected their currency, and because of that, moved the soybean market in a majorly bearish way. We then talk to Jim Burns, long time lean hog trader from the CME pits about his thoughts on the that market (Bullish!) as well as the cattle trade (Not a big bear!) and how trading has changed from the pits to the screen.