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South Africans pray for rain as corn price hits 20-month high

Yellow maize futures hit their highest since March last year, boosted dryness which would be the "beginning of a severe drought"

Will cattle bail out Australia's beleaguered wheat growers?
With Australia's wheat relatively low on quality, much of it will be used as feed. Which makes feedlot sector dynamics especially important
Drop in almond prices is over, Select Harvests says
Almond prices, down some 25% from their summer peak, will remain elevated by historical standards, the Australian grower says
Shipping slump helps French wheat win Egyptian order
Egypt's Gasc buys its biggest order of French wheat in seven months, as tumbling shipping costs erode Black Sea exporters' geographical advantage
SocGen trims livestock price outlook on ample supplies
With more cattle coming off feedlots, and a weaker outlook for consumer spending, the bank turns cooler on livestock futures
SocGen upbeat on wheat, soybean, coffee prices
Hard wheat looks the best bet among crops as 2016 loom, with soybeans undervalued and arabica due a "bounce", the bank says. But sugar may flatline
Falling Chinese corn prices will weigh on Aussie barley, says ANZ
Chinese buyers will have tighter wallets come this years Australian barley harvest, the bank says
Canola futures break losing streak, helped by Canada squeeze
Canola futures pull out of a losing streak after Canada hikes its forecast for export this year, citing "strong world demand"
El Nino 'to keep cocoa prices high'
West African dryness has the potential to support cooca prices at their current high level - bucking a bearish ag trend, ABN Amro says
Chinese dairy imports to rise in 2016 - but not by much
Chinese whole milk powder imports will recover only modestly next year, thanks to stagnant consumption and record production, US officials say
Vietnam's coffee exports to rebound to record high
Shipments from the top robusta grower are to soar 30%, thanks to a strong harvest and farmers' release of hoarded beans, a US report says
Tyson Food shares surge on strong revenues, upbeat outlook
"The worst is behind us in beef," says the US meat giant's boss Donnie Smith, as fed cattle prices ease
Coffee futures to make firm start to 2016, says Rabobank
Dry weather setbacks, and low stocks, will lift arabica coffee futures above market expectations. Still, a return to world output surplus looms
Feedlot losses to last into 2016 - adding to pressure on cattle prices

Meat packers have the season on their side. But there looks no imminent relief for feedlots, which have already been running in the red for a year

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