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Blue Line Futures: Livestock Roundup & 2 Minute Drill (Grains)

10/19/2017
The cattle on feed report is getting closer and closer and we can see that in the increased volatility over the past two sessions as market participants look to tighten up their book.

Veggie Burger That Bleeds Is Making Its Way to Cafeteria Lunches

10/19/2017

Veggie Burger That Bleeds Is Making Its Way to Cafeteria Lunches

A Farmer’s Story of Self-Driving

10/19/2017
Whenever I see one of those news reports on television about the struggle to invent self-driving cars, I have the same thought: What’s the big deal? I’ve had self-driving tractors on my farm for years.

Morning Grain Commentary from Blue Line Futures

10/19/2017
The grain markets continue to look for new news for their next directional move. Is there anything on the horizon that could prompt that?

Grain Market Rundown (Video) and Livestock Roundup

10/18/2017
Oliver Sloup breaks down the technicals he is watching in the gran markets as we head towards the back half of the week in a short video. The Livestock Roundup gives a recap of today's cattle and hog trade.

Clemson researchers are teaming with area farmers to learn how to grow

10/18/2017

Clemson researchers are teaming with area farmers to learn how to grow alfalfa with bermudagrass to increase forage quality.

JBS Shutters Seven Packing Plants

10/18/2017

A court-ordered $230 million asset freeze has forced the closure of JBS activities in a Brazilian state.

Morning Grain Commentary from Blue Line Futures

10/18/2017
We are at the mid-way point in the week and it appears the market is back to its old ways; trading in a narrow range, looking for new news for the next directional move.

JBS SA has withdrawn plans on what would have been a $500 million publ

10/16/2017

JBS SA has withdrawn plans on what would have been a $500 million public offering to purchase stocks for the company’s processed food subsidiary JBS Foods International BV.

Democrats accuse EPA's Pruitt of misusing taxpayer funds

10/16/2017

Top-ranking Congressional Democrats are calling on a federal watchdog to review whether Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt broke the law by making a video for a private group opposing an Obama-era clean-water rule

When “Help Wanted” Ads Need Help

10/16/2017

Online job ads can be a wonderful tool if done correctly. 

Cattle Markets Post A Rally

10/16/2017

Prices were higher for all classes of cattle for the week ended Oct. 13, with cash fed cattle trading at $111 per cwt., $2 higher. Cattle sold on a dressed basis at $175 per cwt., $2 to $3 higher.

 

American Beef Shipments to Japan Bypass Tariff Roadblock

10/12/2017

American Beef Shipments to Japan Bypass Tariff Roadblock

JBS's Batista Brothers Charged with Insider Trading by Brazilian Prose

10/12/2017

Wesley and Joesley Batista, owners of JBS S.A., were formally charged this week for currency and stock trades they made in advance of a plea deal on May 17.

Complete Coverage of Oct. 12 USDA Reports

10/12/2017

See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's Oct. 10 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and Crop Production reports.

Trade: My Cuban Affair

10/12/2017
“If you want a great Cuban sandwich, go to Miami" we were told prior to our cruise ship stopping at Havana. Then during our visit, we learned why.

Trade: My Cuban Affair

10/12/2017
“If you want a great Cuban sandwich, go to Miami" we were told prior to our cruise ship stopping at Havana. Then during our visit, we learned why.

San Francisco Grocers Must Report Antibiotic Use

10/12/2017

San Francisco has become the first U.S. city to require grocers with 25 stores or more to report annually the use of antibiotics in the raw meat and poultry they sell. 

Trump Calls Trudeau 'Great Friend' as NAFTA Tension Remain High

10/11/2017

U.S. president pressing for changes opposed by some businesses.

Climate Change Will Diminish Big Bluestem Growth

10/11/2017

Climate change is expected to reduce the growth and stature of big bluestem, a dominant prairie grass, by up to 60% over the next 75 years. 

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