The following prices, which include delivery, were obtained Feb. 28 from feed and grain vendors in the U.S. and Canada. The prices represent current trading values but are not guaranteed. Second column shows the amount of change since the previous...
Soybean bounces back from last week, while wheat sales sputter.
Drought in Argentina pushing up feed costs, threatening profit margins.
USDA says prices projected to be slightly lower as increased production is not fully offset by projected increase in exports.
What are the next moves for one of U.S. agriculture’s biggest competitors?