Maizeing Acres Inc. Cash Bids
Notes Basis Cash Price (tonne) Cash Price Futures Price Basis Month
Corn
Soybeans
Wheat, SRW

Quotes are delayed, as of January 24, 2021, 06:10:02 AM CST or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
Corn
Quotes are delayed, as of January 24, 2021, 06:10:02 AM CST or prior.
Soybeans
Quotes are delayed, as of January 24, 2021, 06:10:02 AM CST or prior.
Wheat
Quotes are delayed, as of January 24, 2021, 06:10:02 AM CST or prior.
Canadian Dollar
Quotes are delayed, as of January 24, 2021, 06:10:02 AM CST or prior.
Important Information

Office (call or text): 705-313-2082
Donna: donna@maizeingacresinc.com
cell: 705-930-3488
Pete: pdarcher@xplornet.com cell: 613-391-9218 

 

 

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We are having lots of "Where is this market going?" conversations lately. The short answer is that no one knows. This thing does have a similar feeling to 2008 with fund money pushing into the grains. They can drive this a whole lot further and faster than most people think possible. That was quite a year. Record high corn at $7.50 futures in June, faded below $3 in December, and a huge puddle of tears. Turned out there was no shortage of grains. Not saying history will repeat itself here, but it often rhymes.  

 Let's focus on some knowns. What we each need to know is our cost of production. That lets us make some solid business decisions based on historic production and/or crop insurance guarantees. I can tell you the profitability on new crop contracts, even though it looks disappointing verses old crop, is wildly more profitable on beans than what we've seen for 6+ years. I would suggest not letting it all get away. Why not sell an increment that would cover your inputs, to get started? Run your 5-Step-Plan. It's a 10 minute deal that sheds great perspective on profitability. Think profit, not price. Not quite where you want to be on corn yet? Well, the trend is up.  Take that number from the 5-Step-Plan and call, text, or email in a target order. That takes the emotion out of making decisions on big up days. As much as we love you guys, there aren't too many of you who can be decisive on those days, and that's just human nature. 

 

    

 

Ag Market Commentary
Hog Market Ended Up Triple Digits -

Lean hog futures closed the day with gains of $1.52 to $2.25. For April the $2.25 rally brought futures to the highest price level since Oct-Dec of

Cattle Market Gains for Weekend -

Fat cattle futures closed the Friday session with $0.75 to $2.62 gains. The markets were closed prior to the monthly CoF numbers. Feeder cattle

Wheat Closed Double Digits in Red -

The wheat complex fell in the broad grain selloff ahead of the weekend. CBT SRW futures weakened 3.56% to 3.97% on the day. KC HRW wheat futures

Beans Drop Half a Dollar -

Soybean prices go into the weekend with losses of at least 56 cents in the front months. The entire complex weakened on Friday, but the board crush

Cotton Prices Weaker for Weekend -

At the close on Friday, front month cotton prices were 74 to 101 points in the red. USDA reported 292,355 RBs of cotton sold for export on the week

Corn Prices Close Near Lows -

Corn futures head into the weekend with double digit losses. March futures touched limit down briefly, bounced, and still closed near the session

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