Articles By Jocelyn Garcia

7 hours ago | Jocelyn Garcia
Canada's crop harvest continues with limited precipitation received in Saskatchewan and Alberta allowing for fewer harvest interruptions, while the opposite was observed in Manitoba, as noted in a range of local provincial reports collated by Agricensus...
7 hours ago | Jocelyn Garcia
US August 2022 soybean crushing levels landed at 175 million bushels (5.25 million mt), down 3% from the previous month but up 5% year-on-year, new data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed Monday...
12 hours ago | Jocelyn Garcia
US weekly wheat export inspections were up 13% in the week ending September...
29 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
The 2022/23 corn crop planting in Argentina was 5.8% complete in the week to September 28, up from 3% the prior week, the Buenos Aires Grains Exchange (BAGE) said in its weekly update late Thursday... 
29 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
US weekly corn net sales moved from 182,300 mt last week to 512,000 mt for the current week-ending September 22, data from the USDA showed early on Thursday.
26 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
US weekly corn export inspections decreased 16% to 459,420 mt in the week ending September 22, data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed Monday...
23 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
Canada's crop harvest continues but was slowed by precipitation noted in the past week across the country, as described in a range of local provincial reports collated by Agricensus...
23 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 11.279 million head on September 1, 2022...
23 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
US wheat harvest for soft white, hard red spring, and Northern durum are nearing the final stretch...
22 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
US weekly wheat net sales for the 2022/23 marketing year totaled 183,500 metric tons (mt) in the...
19 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
Canada's main crop-producing provinces have reported another substantial week-on-week harvest progress, in a range of local reports collated by Agricensus....
19 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
US wheat export inspections increased 4% from the prior week to 790,145 mt in the week ending September 15, data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed Monday...
15 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
A US-wide planned railway shutdown - which was expected to begin on Friday, September 16 and have a potentially...
15 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) weekly export sales figures resumed Thursday, after an interruption...
14 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
Canadian farmers are projected to produce more wheat, canola, corn for grain, soybeans, and barley this year compared to 2021...
14 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
Paraguay soybean exports are down 3 million mt from the same period last year, as a result of historic drought conditions last harvest, the Paraguayan Chamber of Exporters and Traders of Cereals and Oilseeds (CAPECO) reported Wednesday...
A planned railway shutdown across the United States, which is set for...
12 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
US corn conditions declined 1-percentage point from the prior week in the week ending September 11, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)'s latest crop conditions update released Monday showed...
12 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
Canada's main crop producing provinces have reported good week-on-week harvest advancement, in a range of local reports collated by Agricensus, with Saskatchewan - the country's biggest crop producing region - leading the way...
12 Sep 2022 | Jocelyn Garcia
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has cut US yield and production figures for the...
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