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Projected 2015 Corn Revenue with Comparisons to Revenues from 2010 to 2014 (4/22/2015)
In Illinois, 2015 gross revenues for corn are projected to be lower than 2014 gross revenues. In 2015 for corn, gross revenues are projected in the mid to high $800 per acre range for farms in Northern and Central Illinois with high-productivity farmland. Gross revenues in the low $800 per acre range are projected for farms with lower-productivity farmland in Central Illinois. Gross revenues in the low $700 range are projected for Southern Illinois farms. These 2015 levels are about $200 per acre below average gross revenue levels for 2010-13. As long as prices are below $4.50, gross revenues in the above ranges are to be expected. More...
Will Soybean Consumption Reach the USDA Projection? (4/20/2015)
With plentiful supplies of soybeans available, the magnitude of 2014-15 marketing year ending stocks of U.S soybeans has limited implications for old crop prices. Those stocks, however, will reveal the strength of demand for U.S. soybeans, will be part of next year’s supply, and could have some influence on prices during the 2015-16 marketing year. More...
2014 Loss Experience for Revenue Protection on Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat (4/14/2015)
Most of the 2014 insurance payments on COMBO products have been entered into Risk Management Agency’s Summary of Business, allowing us to calculate loss performance for individual products accurately. More...
Could the Corn Carryout Really Reach Two Billion Bushels? (4/13/2015)
The last time the U.S. ended a marketing year with more than 2 billion bushels of corn was 2004-05. At that point in time the “old era” marketing year average corn price was $2.06 per bushel. While “new era” corn prices have experienced record highs, those high prices have been reduced on the back of record corn production in 2014. Now, followed by weaker than anticipated first-half implied feed and residual use of corn, some expect for the 2014-15 marketing year ending stocks of corn to be within reach of 2 billion bushels. More...
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