Wednesday, December 7, 2022 8:22AM CST
Fertilizer prices for the first week of December 2022 continue mostly lower, with six fertilizers down and the remaining two higher compared to last month. No fertilizer was noticeably higher or lower than the previous month. DTN designates a significant move as anything 5% or more.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 12:29PM CST
The nitrogen fertilizer outlook for 2023 is fairly cloudy with many challenges on the horizon. These include the continuing war in Ukraine, high natural gas prices, weather and currency concerns. Both availability and affordability are concerns in 2023.
March corn was down 1 cent, January soybeans were up 6 cents and March KC wheat was up 6 cents.
The livestock complex was under substantial pressure Tuesday with markets unable to find support. The level of ongoing demand is in question. Boxed beef continued to decline. Hogs could not find buying support despite higher cash and cutouts.