Grain Marketing Guidance Archive

The Law of Average Matters in Your 2018 Grain Marketing

January 9, 2018

If you live anywhere north of Kansas, you don’t take your family to the lake in November. Or hold a Sunday barbeque in March. And you certainly weren’t out planting over the holidays. Sure, you might get unseasonably warm

Put an Expert on Your 2018 Grain Marketing

December 13, 2017

As a producer, you don’t control what the market does. Yet what happens there in just minutes can drive months of farm income. That’s why ADM offers you another way to take action in the marketplace. When you enroll a

Prepare for Typically Better Market Months

November 6, 2017

It’s hard to believe another harvest is nearly in the books, Thanksgiving’s upon us, and winter is around the corner. If you aren’t already, you’ll soon be planning inputs for your 2018 crop. In this farm economy, spending can

Four Tactics During Uncertain Markets

October 3, 2017

Let’s face it. The recent USDA reports have been a jolt to reality. Given some early adverse growing conditions, just about everyone expected a yield decline to set off a market run. Instead, projections on corn and soybean yields

How to Cut Through the Ag Technology Hype

July 12, 2017

Every day, it seems there’s a new gadget that promises to help you farm—and they keep on coming. Last year alone, there were a record 580 investment deals betting money on the next tech device or computer program.1 As

Why Working with a Grain Marketing Expert Makes Sense

June 6, 2017

Grain markets have become terrifically complex over the past 20 years. It’s not just U.S. weather driving prices anymore; it’s a web of fluctuating data points like export demand, ethanol consumption, global crop outlooks, even politics. Add the movement

Put Some of Your Grain Marketing in the Hands of Experts

December 6, 2016

You’ve just harvested your 2016 crops, and 2017 looms, with decisions on what to plant and production planning. You’re still working on selling this year’s crop, and on top of that, it’s tough to think about selling next year’s