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UPDATE 2-USDA says grain supplies to remain massive in new crop year

11 May 2019

CHICAGO, May 10 The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday forecast bigger-than-expected domestic supplies of corn, soybeans and wheat, with outlooks for big harvests and export concerns underpinning the bearish stocks view.

U.S. farmers, still reeling from floods, face new storm

11 Apr 2019

CHICAGO U.S. farmers, who have spent the last month sifting through damage left by a storm that flooded more than a million acres of crop land, now face a blizzard ahead of planting season.

U.S. farmers, still reeling from floods, face new storm

10 Apr 2019

CHICAGO, April 10 U.S. farmers, who have spent the last month sifting through damage left by a storm that flooded more than a million acres of crop land, now face a blizzard ahead of planting season.

UPDATE 1-USDA raises corn, wheat supply view; trims soybean stocks

09 Apr 2019

CHICAGO, April 9 The U.S. Agriculture Department on Tuesday raised its outlook for how much corn will be left in grain elevators ahead of harvest this year due to falling demand from the export, feed and residual and ethanol sectors.

U.S. corn, soy stocks top forecasts; floods threaten planting plans

30 Mar 2019

CHICAGO Massive supplies of both U.S. corn and soybeans remained in storage bins around the country ahead of spring planting, U.S. Agriculture Department (USDA) data released on Friday showed.

REFILE UPDATE 3-Canada optimistic about making progress to end China canola ban -PM

23 Mar 2019

OTTAWA/CHICAGO, March 22 Canada is optimistic it can make progress this year in talks to persuade China to allow imports of Canadian canola seed to resume, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, even as tensions between Ottawa and Beijing reach new highs.

Canada optimistic about making progress to end China canola ban: PM

23 Mar 2019

OTTAWA/CHICAGO Canada is optimistic it can make progress this year in talks to persuade China to allow imports of Canadian canola seed to resume, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, even as tensions between Ottawa and Beijing reach new highs.

Grain markets walled off from flood impacts by mountains of supplies

22 Mar 2019

CHICAGO A massive supply of grains has shielded the futures markets from the impact of flooding in the U.S. Midwest so far, with traders largely shrugging off this week's reports of destroyed storage bins, swamped elevators and questions about if waters will recede in time for planting.

Why U.S. growers are betting the farm on soybeans amid China trade war

20 Mar 2019

CHICAGO U.S. farmers are gearing up to plant what could be their third-largest soybean crop ever despite failing to sell a mountain of beans from their last harvest due to a U.S.-China trade war that remains unresolved.

Falling exports, ethanol production boosts U.S. corn stocks: USDA

08 Mar 2019

CHICAGO The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a surprise boost to its outlook for domestic corn supplies on Friday by trimming its estimate of how much will be used by exporters and ethanol producers.

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