Below is the Link to the Mosanto Claim Form for a refund on any Soft White or White Club Wheat sales made between May 30, 2013 and November 30, 2013 Deadline for Submitting the Claim Form is March 31, 2015 https://www.swwsettlement.com/
Wheat futures closed sharply higher, recovering from most of last week's losses. Support came mostly from shortcovering by speculative funds heading into tomorrow's USDA Grain Stocks and Planting Intentions Report. Export Inspections this morning came in at only 11.8 million bu including 800,000 bu for White Wheat. Corn inspections were 28 million bu and soybean inspections were 24.1 million bu. After the close individual states released updated winter wheat crop conditions reports. Kansas ratings slipped 2% to 39% good/excellent. Texas and Oklahoma were unchanged at 55% and 44% respectively. Montana improved to 58% good/excellent. Tomorrow's report will be out at 9:00 PST.
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A number of environmental groups are pressing on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to consider in its review of glyphosate the conclusion reached by an international group this past week that there is a "probable" link to cancer.
OMAHA (DTN) -- Spring shipping season is near. The Upper Mississippi River opened after a vessel moved barges through Lock and Dam 2 as the lead-off act. But three of the Great Lakes remain more than 50% ice covered.
Light rain showers in northern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin were the only areas of moisture in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions Monday afternoon. Temperatures ranged from the mid 30s in northern Michigan to the low 80s in southern Texas and the Gulf Coast. Readings into the 70s were noted as far north as northeastern South Dakota and western Minnesota. » More DTN Weather Commentary