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Prospects are that soybean prices will continue to be low over the next several years, leading to a period of lower farm incomes.

Even given those prospects, prices could go even lower, causing more financial stress to develop. Herein, we present an adverse set of prices that could plausibly occur but are not likely to occur.

Corn and soybeans were firmer in light trading overnight thanks to lower-than-expected crop ratings on Monday from the USDA and early thoughts from the Pro Farmer tour, according to Allendale.

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Of the six states that lie in the Minneapolis Fed’s six-state region, North Dakota has been hit hardest by the trade war.

The cattle complex was mixed with live cattle holding steady and feeders slightly weaker. Both markets put in major reversal up early this wee…