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Trading at the CBOT was dominated by selling in corn and soybeans, with some support in the wheat complex, though much of that was likely the result of corn/soybeans being bear spread against wheat. Funds were net wheat buyers, securing an estimated 6,000 contracts, while selling 15,000 contracts of corn, 7,000 contracts of soybeans, and 6,000 contracts of soymeal. Funds were reported to have bought 6,000 contracts of soyoil.  The weekly Export Inspections report was bearish corn, bullish soybeans, and neutral wheat – seemingly the same pattern the report has shown for the past few months. Despite a weekly uptick in corn shipments, the 25.1 million bushels (mbu) sold was below the 40 mbu needed to keep pace with USDA’s for...

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THE OPEN November beans:  2 lower December meal:  .40 lower December soyoil:  14 lower December corn:  1 1/2 higher September wheat:  4 1/2 higher The markets opened as expected with more short-covering in grains and profit-taking in oilshare.  Traders were unwindi...

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Forecasting developments in production agriculture

On behalf of a private U.S. agricultural technology provider, WPI’s team generated an econometric model to forecast the movement of concentrated corn production north and west from the traditional U.S. Corn Belt. WPI’s model has subsequently provided quantitative support to a multi-million-dollar investment into short-season corn variety development. WPI’s methodology included a series of interviews with regional grain elevators and seed consultants. Emphasizing outreach and communication with stakeholders who possess intimate sectoral knowledge – on-the-ground insights – is a regular component of WPI’s methodologies, made possible by WPI’s ever-growing network of industry contacts.

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