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Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, February 22Agriculture.comSoybeans and grains were modestly higher in overnight trading on growing concerns that persistent rainfall in Argentina will delay the country's harvest. More rain fell over the weekend in much of Argentina's soybean- and corn-growing regions ...and more »
Growers Fear Warm Weather Could Bring Winter Wheat out of DormancyWisconsin Ag Connection"We are looking at 10 days of substantially warmer-than-normal conditions across much of the country," said David Streit, an agricultural meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. Winter wheat is planted in autumn and goes dormant during the ...
CattleNetwork.comWarm Spell May Coax US Winter Wheat Out of DormancyCattleNetwork.com"We are looking at 10 days of substantially warmer-than-normal conditions across much of the country," said David Streit, an agricultural meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. Winter wheat is planted in autumn and goes dormant during the ...and more »
AM markets: ag futures mixed at start of high-profile weekAgrimoney.comAccording to Commodity Weather Group, some areas will receive more than 4 inches over the next 10 days, "but only isolated flooding is expected, at most. "Rains otherwise maintain high corn/soybean yield potential" ahead of drier weather expected in ...
ReutersWarm spell may coax U.S. winter wheat out of dormancy | ReutersReutersUnusually mild temperatures are forecast to linger in the U.S. Plains and Midwest through next week, potentially advancing the growth of the region's winter ...and more »
Eastern NatGas Cash Weakness Leads Physical Market Lower; March Down 2 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence... some slight variances toward the cooler direction for the South and West in the one- to five-day with some slightly cooler East Coast conditions early next week (cool wedge in Northeast especially)," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather ...and more »
No Bottom-Picking, Trader Says; March Called Up 2 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence... some slight variances toward the cooler direction for the South and West in the one- to five-day with some slightly cooler East Coast conditions early next week (cool wedge in Northeast especially)," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, February 16Agriculture.comThe weather in central Argentina is expected to be “quite wet” for the next 10 days and then drier in the days after that, according to Commodity Weather Group. Brazil fieldwork is expected to accelerate in the next 10 days, and rain will benefit wheat ...
Delta Farm PressRecord-setting warmth has farmers preparing for springDelta Farm PressStill the plants probably aren't facing imminent stress, said Joel Widenor, an agriculture meteorologist with Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. March precipitation could carry them along. In addition to the wheat, Widenor said ...and more »
Record-setting warmth has farmers preparing for springAmerican AgriculturistStill the plants probably aren't facing imminent stress, said Joel Widenor, an agriculture meteorologist with Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. March precipitation could carry them along. In addition to the wheat, Widenor said ...and more »
AgWebWhy Winter Wheat is at Risk in the Great PlainsAgWebStill the plants probably aren't facing imminent stress, said Joel Widenor, an agriculture meteorologist with Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. March precipitation could carry them along. In addition to the wheat, Widenor said ...and more »
BloombergMove Over Cows, Warm Winter May Mean It's Wheat's Turn on PlainsBloombergStill the plants probably aren't facing imminent stress, said Joel Widenor, an agriculture meteorologist with Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. March precipitation could carry them along. In addition to the wheat, Widenor said ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, February 14Agriculture.comRains in parts of Argentina will likely boost crop production in the country, forecasters have said. Precipitation in parts of Brazil also may improve prospects. Rain is expected to ease dry conditions in southern Brazil, according to Commodity Weather ...and more »
Steady NatGas Cash a Beacon Versus Faltering Futures; March Skids 9 CentsNatural Gas IntelligenceMonday's decline got started overnight as weather models over the weekend turned sharply warmer near-term and forecast heating requirements were slashed. Overnight oil markets also fell. According to Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers, ...
Weather Models Much Warmer; March Called 7 Cents LowerNatural Gas IntelligenceAccording to Commodity Weather Group, "massive warmer changes over the weekend were compounded overnight when the European guidance lost about 10 more national heating degree days [HDD]. Even the warmest guidance saw double-digit national ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, February 13Agriculture.comSoybeans were lower in overnight trading as the weather in Argentina continues to be favorable. Rains expanded last week in parts of northern and western Argentina and will remain focused on corn and soybean regions in the next week, according to ...and more »
Market RealistHow Does Mild Weather Impact Natural Gas Prices?Market RealistNatural gas (DGAZ) (GASL) futures for March delivery fell 2.7% and were trading at $3.05 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) in electronic trading at 1:45 AM EST as of February 10, 2017. Prices fell due to warmer-than-average temperatures. For ...and more »
Weather-Driven Eastern Gains Outdo Softer West; March NatGas Futures Inch LowerNatural Gas IntelligenceCommodity Weather Group (CWG) noted Wednesday morning the "colder changes on the modeling (CWG stayed flat) were not carried forward overnight with general overall national demand losses," said President Matt Rogers. "We have some colder ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, February 8Agriculture.comBrazilian growers will produce a record 106 million metric tons of soybeans this year, Commodity Weather Group said in a special statement. “A combination of favorable soil moisture and good vegetative health” has given the country's crop a boost, CWG ...
Argus ProductsArgus MediaMeteorologists with the private forecaster Commodity Weather Group are predicting above-normal temperatures across parts of the southern, central and eastern US through 21 February. Mild weather has weighed on spot prices at the Henry Hub. The US ...and more »

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