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Tag Archives: Chicago
Significant rainfall across many key cropping regions is causing crop damage in the Midwest and northern Mid-South. The heavy rains, along with the arrival of the El Niño ocean-atmosphere phenomenon, have helped push up prices of wheat, corn and soybeans … Continue reading
Agricultural conditions have improved across most regions of the country, except for in California where drought conditions persist, according to the latest Fed Beige Book report. Significant rainfall has eased drought conditions and improved growing conditions in much of the … Continue reading
Agricultural conditions have worsened slightly since late February due to a variety of factors including wet fields, persistent drought, and a cold winter, according to the latest Fed Beige Book report. Prices for corn and soybeans fell. Contacts in the … Continue reading