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A must have for the individual who owns farmland or plans on buying farmland. Written twice per month, this six page publication helps you improve your knowledge of trends in land values, cash rents, policy & return of your land investments. ...more

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Senior Market Analyst and Managing Editor

Professional Farmers of America (Pro Farmer)


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Brian Grete
Brian Grete is the editor of Pro Farmer Ag Trader, a new publication for speculative players in the ag commodities....


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USDA's report was "big" and "bearish" says ProFarmer's Brian Grete.
USDA knocked everyone's socks off Thursday with the corn estimates in its annual Prospective Planting report. "No one expected the magnitude of what USDA reported," said Pro Farmer Editor Brian Grete on Friday's Pro Farmer Profit Briefing. Based on USDA data, Grete said, corn plantings will be up 5.6 million acres from last year, which is 3.6 million acres more than the market anticipated. That's "a big bearish report for the corn market as we head into the planting season," he said.


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"We're still dealing with oversupply in corn and soybeans," says Brian Grete, editor of ProFarmer, "domestically and in the case of soybeans, globally as well."
Grete agrees, "We need to see demand come in and chew through supply." He says the best case scenario for a rally in 2015 is if "funds cover up some shorts" before Dec. 31. Looking a little longer range, Grete says weather could increase price in 2016. The best place to see a potential market correction is in corn according to Grete. "On the corn side it's comfortable but not excessive," he says. "As a result, if we get a build-up in demand or some kind of weather scare into 2016, it becomes supportive in that market." Grete says that kind of scenario is much harder on the soybean side. Flory and Grete both remind farmers that you can't use a potential weather scare as a selling opportunity. "You can't pencil in a weather problem for 2016," Grete says. Grete says weather could increase price in 2016.


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