We previously considered global trade trends for specific crops. This, however, left us wondering about the collective impact across all major crops.
While the soybean/corn price ratio gets much attention, this week we consider state-level variations in cash soybean prices.
There are several ways to measure the impacts of the current farm economy slowdown. This week we consider the impact across commodities.
With attention on China and soybeans, we wondered about global ag trade trends and if the world has become more reliant on ag trade over time.
It seems soybean acres will likely decline in 2019. Although current market prices are not providing an overwhelming signal for producers to switch away from beans, we wondered where changes might occur in 2019.
After peaking in 2013, U.S. net farm income has trended lower over the last five years. This week, we consider how the current slow down has varied across the U.S.