Arlan Suderman Explains the New Daily Limit Move Rules

by Heather Lauf April 22, 2014

Arlan SudermanSenior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman talks about the new daily limit move restrictions that will go into effect May 1st - and discusses the implications for farmers in terms of risk exposure. Listen to him explain it here with farm broadcaster John Jenkinson.  Arlan Tuesday April 22 2014 report

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This Spring, Keep Overall Plan in Focus

by Heather Lauf April 22, 2014

Farm Futures logoIt's a hopeful time for agriculture each spring. Another type of 'hope' to think about is: what are your hopes for the future of your farm?

The springtime with all of the busyness of planting season might not seem like the ideal time to be considering the overall plan for your operation - but it's important to keep track of it in all seasons. In his weekly Finance First post on FarmFutures.com, Darren Frye, President and CEO of Water Street Solutions, talks about how to do that - even during the spring. Read his blog post.

Markets Lower to Start Trading Week

by Heather Lauf April 21, 2014

Arlan SudermanIt was a mostly negative trading day to begin the week, with fund money exiting the commodities, says Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman. He talks about the markets here with farm broadcaster John Jenkinson.  Arlan Monday April 21 2014 report

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Arlan Suderman Reviews Export Sales and Other Market Movers

by Heather Lauf April 21, 2014

Arlan SudermanWith the shortened trading week in the markets last week, what happened in the markets and what can we be looking toward this week? Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman discusses that here with farm broadcaster Jeff Nalley of the Cromwell Ag Network.  Interview Part One

Arlan takes a closer look at export numbers and some of the comparisons to previous weeks and previous years - and what that could mean for the markets.  Interview Part Two

Profit Taking Leads to Weakness in Nearby Soybean Contracts

by Heather Lauf April 17, 2014

Arlan SudermanSoybeans held onto gains in the new crop contracts, but the old crop was a bit weaker - Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman talks about today's trade in the grain and livestock markets.  Arlan Thursday April 17 2014 report

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Soybean Market Continues to Push Higher

by Heather Lauf April 16, 2014

Arlan SudermanThe market is continuing to try to slow down soybean sales - we saw that on Wednesday, says Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman. He discusses that here with farm broadcaster John Jenkinson.  Arlan Wednesday April 16 2014 report

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Future Needs of the Farm Drive Transition Plan

by Heather Lauf April 16, 2014

jLadman64Fast forward to your farming operation in the future - think 10 or 20 years from now. What does the operation look like? Who is involved? And what are they doing?

Figuring out what your farm will need in the future is the first step to make plans for how to get there - and how the next generation will be involved. Jason Ladman, Director with Water Street Solutions, talks about what that could look like. He talks here with farm broadcaster Dewey Nelson of KRVN.   Future Needs of the Farm Drive Transition Plan Ladman AUDIO

Strong Soybeans with Tight Stocks

by Heather Lauf April 15, 2014

Arlan SudermanSoybeans found strength from a crush report released today - and the nearby soybean contract ended up above $15. Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman talks through the significance of the soybean push above $15 - he talks with reporter John Jenkinson.  Arlan Tuesday April 15 2014 report

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Is the Next Generation Ready to Run the Farm?

by Heather Lauf April 15, 2014

Farm Futures logoThe financial decisions in ag are getting bigger and bigger - but is the next generation on your farm taking opportunities to start working on these decision-making skills now? How can the next generation get involved in learning and practicing farm management skills?

In his weekly Finance First post on FarmFutures.com, Darren Frye, President and CEO of Water Street Solutions, writes about how farm families can start getting the next generation ready to run the farm. Read his blog post.

Weather, Conflict Concerns Drive Wheat Market

by Heather Lauf April 14, 2014

Arlan SudermanIt was quite a day for the wheat market - and the grain markets in general - on Monday. Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman reviews today's markets with farm broadcaster John Jenkinson.  Arlan Monday April 14 2014 report

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