1. GRAINS-Soy up on U.S.-China talks; corn falls further on U.S. harvest view  Reuters Africa
  2. The Corn Belt struggles with more uncertainty – in the estimates and in the fields  AccuWeather.com
  3. Corn futures fall after USDA forecasts bigger-than-expected US crop  CNBC
  4. More Distress For Corn Vs. Soy As China Stops U.S. Farm Buying  Investing.com
  5. Corn Futures Post Worst Rout Since 2013 on U.S. Acreage Surprise  Bloomberg
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Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures rose 1.7 percent on Tuesday, rebounding from Monday's decline, on signs of easing tensions in the U.S-China trade fight as well as concerns about dry conditions hindering crop development in the Midwest.Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures rose 1.7 percent on Tuesday, rebounding f...

GRAINS-Soy up on U.S.-China talks; corn falls further on U.S. harvest view - Agricultural Commodities - Reuters

CHICAGO, Aug. 12, (Reuters) - The U.S. corn harvest will be bigger than previously forecast, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Monday, as theCHICAGO, Aug. 12, (Reuters) - The U.S. corn harvest will be bigger than previously forecast, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Monday, as the

USDA forecasts bigger-than-expected U.S. corn crop | The Western Producer

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USDA, yesterday, took the market by surprise with another huge shift in acreage from soybeans to corn.USDA, yesterday, took the market by surprise with another huge shift in acreage from soybeans to corn.

Investors Can't Stop Talking About USDA's Bombshell Report | Successful Farming

“.@USDA predicts a 17% smaller corn crop for Illinois this year and a 21% drop in soybean production. Between Mother Nature and Trump’s trade war, there’s no doubt this is a difficult time for our agricultural economy. https://t.co/YMB7odBfGV”

Rep. Cheri Bustos on Twitter: ".@USDA predicts a 17% smaller corn crop for Illinois this year and a 21% drop in soybean production. Between Mother Nature and Trump’s trade war, there’s no doubt this is a difficult time for our agricultural economy. https://t.co/YMB7odBfGV"

“USDA crop production report .....corn ,beans and wheat data ..acres planted , yield per acre , total production...estimates released today”

Mario Gabelli on Twitter: "USDA crop production report .....corn ,beans and wheat data ..acres planted , yield per acre , total production...estimates released today"

“Farmers couldn't plant wheat, corn, and other crops on more than 19.4 million acres this year. Floods & heavy rainfall in 12 Midwestern states impeded about 73% of the planting, finds @USDA https://t.co/GNScPeca0Y #ClimateChange predicted to spur extreme weather.”

Pat Rizzuto on Twitter: "Farmers couldn't plant wheat, corn, and other crops on more than 19.4 million acres this year. Floods & heavy rainfall in 12 Midwestern states impeded about 73% of the planting, finds @USDA https://t.co/GNScPeca0Y #ClimateChange predicted to spur extreme weather.… https://t.co/qm82QpoRv1"

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Farmers are showing the USDA no love, after a new report projects higher corn yields. It was believed corn production would be down, given the challenges across the corn belt. Nebraska farmers were affected by flooding and spring rains that delayed planting, while weather caused problems throughout the midwest, resulting in millions of acres that went unplanted.Farmers are showing the USDA no love, after a new report projects higher corn yields. It was believed corn production would be down, given the challenges across the corn belt. Nebraska farmers were affected by flooding and spring rains that delayed planting, while weather caused problems throughout the midwest, resulting in millions of acres that went unplanted.

USDA surprises again, with high corn yields expected | KHGI

The price for corn tumbled Monday afternoon after the U.S. Department of Agriculture released its latest crop estimates showing farmers have planted far more acres this year than private analysts anticipated.The price for corn tumbled Monday afternoon after the U.S. Department of Agriculture released its latest crop estimates showing farmers have planted far more acres this year than private analysts anticipated.

Corn prices dive as USDA predictions show increase in fall yields - UPI.com

The U.S. corn harvest will be bigger than previously forecast, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Monday, as the government issued a surprise boost to its yield estimate despite ongoing concerns in the country about a wet spring and dry summer limiting production.The U.S. corn harvest will be bigger than previously forecast, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Monday, as the government issued a surprise boost to its yield estimate despite ongoing concerns in the country about a wet spring and dry summer limiting production.

The USDA released the WASDE report with its recalculations about US and global grain productions. Overall, farmers will be able to have more production than previously expected in the marketing year 2019-2020.

CBOT corn futures dump 6% to hit limits as US braces for big crop

The USDA sees a bigger crop despite the poor weather, and corn prices cratered on Monday. That’s good news for some stocks, and bad for others.The USDA sees a bigger crop despite the poor weather, and corn prices cratered on Monday. That’s good news for some stocks, and bad for others.

The USDA Dropped a Corn Bombshell. What It Means for Deere and Other Stocks. - Barron's

Improving prospects in Missouri and Minnesota and parts of Iowa were offsetting the rest of the Midwest.Improving prospects in Missouri and Minnesota and parts of Iowa were offsetting the rest of the Midwest.

USDA sees bigger-than-expected U.S. corn crop despite weather threat | Business | stltoday.com

Corn and wheat prices fell Aug. 12 after the USDA went against expectations and predicted supplies would increase, market watchers said.Corn and wheat prices fell Aug. 12 after the USDA went against expectations and predicted supplies would increase, market watchers said.

USDA report causes corn, wheat prices to drop | Grains and row crops | capitalpress.com

By Doug Tenney, Leist Mercantile Finally. Suspense. Long awaited. USDA did it again. We waited this

Aug. 12 reveals bearish numbers – Ohio Ag Net | Ohio's Country Journal

Corn and soybean futures both fell sharply Monday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture's August production estimates projected larger-than-expected crops...Corn and soybean futures both fell sharply Monday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture's August production estimates projected larger-than-expected crops...

Corn futures fall 6% after bearish USDA crop report; soybeans down 1.3% - MarketWatch

Heavy rains across the Corn Belt hit the nation’s corn and soybean crops hard, the Department of Agriculture acknowledged in an updated Crop Production released Monday. USDA projects the nation’s farmers will plant 90 million acres of corn and 76.7 million acres of soybeans. That’s a drop for both commodities from a June report that predicted 91.7 million acres of corn and 80 million acres of soybeans. USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service was quickly criticized for the estimates and said it would resurvey growers and . . .USDA is cutting its estimates of U.S. corn and soybean acreage after resurveying farmers and doing further analysis of areas of the Midwest hit hard by heavy rains this spring. 

USDA trims corn, soybean acres off June estimates | 2019-08-12 | Agri-Pulse