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  • Understanding Soybean Crush - CME Group

    Watch an overview of the Soybean crush, how to trade it, how to calculate it and the opportunities it may present. Markets Home Active trader. Hear from active traders about their experience adding CME Group futures and options on futures to their portfolio. Find a broker.

  • Soybean Crush Outlook • farmdoc daily

    Apr 20, 2020  Todd Hubbs • Todd Hubbs • Soybean crush pace picked up substantially in February and March. Crush remains a bright spot for soybean use as exports continue to disappoint. The USDA raised the crush forecast in April to 2.125 billion bushels, up 20 million bushels over the March forecast. Disruptions in meat supply chains, both foreign and domestic, may blunt further expansion in crush ...

  • Soybean demand linked to economic recovery Farm Forum ...

    Jul 14, 2020  From March through May, soybean crush levels eclipsed the previous year’s amount by 7.5 percent. To hit the USDA estimate, crush over the last three months needs to total 527.12 million

  • Soybean Demand Linked to Economic Recovery • farmdoc daily

    Jul 13, 2020  Despite the crush estimate increasing by 15 million bushels to 2.155 billion bushels, changes in the soybean residual drove stocks higher. In conjunction with the increase in this marketing year’s crush estimate, the USDA increased crush prospects

  • China's 2019-20 soybean crushing forecast at 93 million mt ...

    With higher crushing forecast, China could be buying over 92 million mt of soybeans in 2019-20, market participants said. The world's largest soybean importer and crusher processes over 80% of imported beans into soymeal-based animal feed.

  • The March 2020 Soybean Crush Report is One for the Record ...

    US soybean crush needs 859.5 million bushels over the remainder of the marketing year or 172 million bushels each month to meet estimates. Monthly crushing has exceeded this value every month besides September, justifying the April USDA increase. The US crushed 851 million bushels between April and August a year ago.

  • Feed Grain News - Soybean Demand Linked to Economic

    1 天前  Estimates of monthly soybean crush from the USDA through May totaled 1.63 billion bushels. From March through May, soybean crush levels eclipsed the previous year’s amount by 7.5%. To hit the USDA estimate, crush over the last three months needs to total 527.12 million bushels. Last year over the same period, crush came in at 514.4 million ...

  • Soybean demand linked to economic recovery Morning Ag Clips

    Despite the crush estimate increasing by 15 million bushels to 2.155 billion bushels, changes in the soybean residual drove stocks higher, Hubbs notes. In conjunction with the increase in this marketing-year’s crush estimate, the USDA increased crush prospects

  • $150 million soybean crushing facility planned for Waupun ...

    Jun 06, 2018  A soybean field with variations in plant color along Missouri Road near Marshall in Dane County is shown in September. A $150 million soybean crushing

  • Long way ahead for soybean import strategy

    Our dedicated soybean crushing capacity is estimated at 1,75 million tons. However, when including dual capacity plants that can crush both soya and sunflower, the maximum crush capacity is estimated at 2,5 million tons. South Africa currently only utilises about 64% of the processing capacity meaning there is a lot of potential for further growth.

  • The March 2020 Soybean Crush Report is One for the Record ...

    US soybean crush needs 859.5 million bushels over the remainder of the marketing year or 172 million bushels each month to meet estimates. Monthly crushing has exceeded this value every month besides September, justifying the April USDA increase. The US crushed 851 million bushels between April and August a year ago.

  • Economic Research Service Situation and Outlook Report

    Outlook for 2019/20 Soybean Crushing Stays Bright . The U.S. soybean crush for 2019/20 is expected 15 million bushels higher this month to 2. 14 billion based on continuing gains for domestic use of soybean meal. In April, processor demand for soybeans tapered off slightly with a decline to 183.4 million bushels from 192.2 million in March.

  • Economic Research Service Situation and Outlook Report

    Domestic Soybean Crush is Supported by Stronger Meal Use An enhanced U.S. market for soybean crushing stems from strengthening demand for soybean meal. This month, USDA boosts its forecast of the 2019/20 soybean crush by 20 million bushels to a record 2.125 billion. Although recent values for soybean oil have fallen precipitously ,

  • NOPA June U.S. soy crush seen at 162.168 million bushels ...

    2 天前  Crush estimates ranged from 157.0 million to 166.0 million bushels, with a median estimate of 163.5 million bushels. The monthly NOPA report is scheduled for release at 11 a.m. CDT (1600 GMT) on Wednesday. The organization releases crush data on the 15th of each month or the next business day.

  • Economic Research Service Situation and Outlook Report

    domestic soybean crush by 25 million bushels this month to a record 2.015 billion. The higher expected crush lowers the U.S. season-ending stocks forecast from 530 million bushels to 505 million. Improved soybean demand is seen inching up the 2017/18 average farm price by 5 cents to $9.40 per bushel.

  • $150 million soybean crushing facility planned for Waupun ...

    Jun 06, 2018  A soybean field with variations in plant color along Missouri Road near Marshall in Dane County is shown in September. A $150 million soybean crushing

  • Soybean demand linked to economic recovery Morning Ag Clips

    Despite the crush estimate increasing by 15 million bushels to 2.155 billion bushels, changes in the soybean residual drove stocks higher, Hubbs notes. In conjunction with the increase in this marketing-year’s crush estimate, the USDA increased crush prospects

  • AgriMarketing - U Of Illinois Ag Economist: Soybean ...

    From March through May, soybean crush levels eclipsed the previous year's amount by 7.5 percent. To hit the USDA estimate, crush over the last three months needs to total 527.12 million bushels. Last year over the same period, crush came in at 514.4 million bushels.

  • Long way ahead for soybean import strategy

    Our dedicated soybean crushing capacity is estimated at 1,75 million tons. However, when including dual capacity plants that can crush both soya and sunflower, the maximum crush capacity is estimated at 2,5 million tons. South Africa currently only utilises about 64% of the processing capacity meaning there is a lot of potential for further growth.

  • Home Page - North Dakota Soybean Processors

    North Dakota Soybean Processors Abandons Spiritwood Energy Park Site. BREWSTER, MINNESOTA - February 12, 2020 - Today, after more than three years, $6 million of investment and thousands of hours of management time, North Dakota Soybean Processors announced that it is abandoning its efforts to build a large-scale soybean crushing facility at the Spiritwood Energy Park in Spiritwood, North Dakota.

  • China's 2020-21 soybean imports to rise on swine recovery ...

    Highlights China’s swine sector recovery boosts soy imports and crushing Domestic soy production up on government’s subsidies New Delhi — The continuing recovery in China’s swine sector and poultry production growth are expected to push up soybean meal use for feed during 2020-21 marketing year (October-September), the US Department of Agriculture said in its attaché

  • Soybean Crush Reference Guide - CME Group

    In the soybean industry, the term ‘crush’ refers both to a physical process as well as a value calculation. The physical crush is the process of converting soybeans into the by-products of soybean meal and soybean oil. The crush spread is a dollar value quoted as the difference between the combined sales values of the products and

  • Publication Soybean Crush Report ID: g445cd17d USDA ...

    This report covers the Central Illinois soybean crush. Data presented include soybean and soybean product prices, yield, and value. Prices, yields, and values are given for the current week, the prior week, and the prior year.

  • Overview of U.S Crush Industry

    94% of US soybean crush •Operate 64 processing plants in 20 states, including 58 that process soybeans •Crush 1.77 billion bushels, comprising over 45% of U.S. soybean

  • Soybean Demand Linked to Economic Recovery ProAg

    Jul 14, 2020  Despite the crush estimate increasing by 15 million bushels to 2.155 billion bushels, changes in the soybean residual drove stocks higher. In conjunction with the increase in this marketing year’s crush estimate, the USDA increased crush prospects

  • NOPA June U.S. soy crush seen at 162.168 million bushels ...

    2 天前  Crush estimates ranged from 157.0 million to 166.0 million bushels, with a median estimate of 163.5 million bushels. The monthly NOPA report is scheduled for release at 11 a.m. CDT (1600 GMT) on Wednesday. The organization releases crush data on the 15th of each month or the next business day.

  • Soybean demand linked to economic recovery Morning Ag Clips

    Despite the crush estimate increasing by 15 million bushels to 2.155 billion bushels, changes in the soybean residual drove stocks higher, Hubbs notes. In conjunction with the increase in this marketing-year’s crush estimate, the USDA increased crush prospects

  • China's 2020-21 soybean imports to rise on swine recovery ...

    Highlights China’s swine sector recovery boosts soy imports and crushing Domestic soy production up on government’s subsidies New Delhi — The continuing recovery in China’s swine sector and poultry production growth are expected to push up soybean meal use for feed during 2020-21 marketing year (October-September), the US Department of Agriculture said in its attaché

  • North Dakota Soybean Processors Abandons Spiritwood Energy ...

    BREWSTER, MINNESOTA – February 12, 2020 – Today, after more than three years, $6 million of investment and thousands of hours of management time, North Dakota Soybean Processors announced that it is abandoning its efforts to build a large-scale soybean crushing facility at the Spiritwood Energy Park in Spiritwood, North Dakota. “We made every effort to build the first farmer-own

  • Spiritwood Energy Park can terminate soybean crush plant ...

    NDSP, a subsidiary of Minnesota Soybean Processors, in 2017 announced plans to build a soybean-crushing facility at Spiritwood. Funding was slower than expected for the project.

  • Publication Soybean Crush Report ID: g445cd17d USDA ...

    This report covers the Central Illinois soybean crush. Data presented include soybean and soybean product prices, yield, and value. Prices, yields, and values are given for the current week, the prior week, and the prior year.

  • Soybean Crush Reference Guide - CME Group

    In the soybean industry, the term ‘crush’ refers both to a physical process as well as a value calculation. The physical crush is the process of converting soybeans into the by-products of soybean meal and soybean oil. The crush spread is a dollar value quoted as the difference between the combined sales values of the products and

  • Home Page - North Dakota Soybean Processors

    North Dakota Soybean Processors Abandons Spiritwood Energy Park Site. BREWSTER, MINNESOTA - February 12, 2020 - Today, after more than three years, $6 million of investment and thousands of hours of management time, North Dakota Soybean Processors announced that it is abandoning its efforts to build a large-scale soybean crushing facility at the Spiritwood Energy Park in Spiritwood, North Dakota.

  • Overview of U.S Crush Industry

    94% of US soybean crush •Operate 64 processing plants in 20 states, including 58 that process soybeans •Crush 1.77 billion bushels, comprising over 45% of U.S. soybean

  • USDA Oil Crops: U.S. Soybean Stocks To End Higher in 2011 ...

    USDA lowered its 2011/12 forecast of soybean exports by 25 million bushels this month to 1.275 billion while soybean crushing is forecast down 10 million bushels to 1.615 billion. Based on that lower use, season-ending soybean stocks on August 31 are expected at 275 million bushels.

  • Brazil to Use More Soybeans for Biodiesel Production ...

    Nov 05, 2019  In 2018, 70% of the biodiesel produced in Brazil had soybean oil as its source. “While the estimate for crushing in 2019 is 19.6 million metric tons, the forecast for 2023 is that this number will jump to 30 million metric tons, being 23.7 million metric tons for soybean meal and 5.7 million metric tons for soybean oil,” analyzed Cogo.

  • U.S. Soybean Crush Margins at 2nd Highest Levels Ever

    Jul 23, 2018  The crush spread is the difference between the combined value of the products and the value of the soybeans. It is a measurement of the profit margin for the soybean

  • Economic Research Service Situation and Outlook Report OCS ...

    Modest gains are seen for the domestic soybean crush in 2015/16, which was forecast 10 million bushels higher this month to 1.88 billion. A better outlook for higher soybean meal use led to the higher crush forecast. Growth in U.S. feed demand is likely to be supported next year by cheaper feed costs and improved export demand for poultry and pork.

  • Hubbs on Grain: Soybean Crush Outlook – AgFax

    Soybean crush pace picked up substantially in February and March. Crush remains a bright spot for soybean use as exports continue to disappoint. The USDA raised the crush forecast in April to 2.125 billion bushels, up 20 million bushels over the March forecast.

  • China's 2020-21 soybean imports to rise on swine recovery ...

    Highlights China’s swine sector recovery boosts soy imports and crushing Domestic soy production up on government’s subsidies New Delhi — The continuing recovery in China’s swine sector and poultry production growth are expected to push up soybean meal use for feed during 2020-21 marketing year (October-September), the US Department of Agriculture said in its attaché

  • U.S. Soybean Crushings Rebound in December U.S. Soy

    Jan 29, 2020  According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing in the third month of the 2019/20 product (October-September) marketing year totaled 4.758 million tonnes. December crushings were up 0.27 million tonnes from November and were the largest crushing for the month and also came in at the second-largest monthly total.

  • North Dakota Soybean Processors Abandons Spiritwood Energy ...

    BREWSTER, MINNESOTA – February 12, 2020 – Today, after more than three years, $6 million of investment and thousands of hours of management time, North Dakota Soybean Processors announced that it is abandoning its efforts to build a large-scale soybean crushing facility at the Spiritwood Energy Park in Spiritwood, North Dakota. “We made every effort to build the first farmer-own

  • Soybean Demand Linked to Economic Recovery Farms

    2 天前  From March through May, soybean crush levels eclipsed the previous year’s amount by 7.5 percent. To hit the USDA estimate, crush over the last three months needs to total 527.12 million bushels. Last year over the same period, crush came in at 514.4 million bushels.

  • July WASDE report raises new-crop price... - Iowa Soybean ...

    Soybean crush is raised 15 million bushels reflecting an increase in domestic soybean meal disappearance which is raised in line with an increase for 2019/20. With projections for exports unchanged, 2020/21 soybean ending stocks are increased 30 million bushels to 425 million. Soybean changes for the 2019/20 marketing year include higher crush ...

  • Cargill to invest $225 million at facility in Sidney, Ohio ...

    MINNEAPOLIS – Cargill is expanding its integrated soybean crush and refined oils facility in Sidney, Ohio, to better serve area farmers and to meet growing demand for protein and refined oils.. The company will invest approximately $225 million at the Sidney site, increasing crush capacity and modernizing operations. The investment creates greater market access for farmers’ crops in the ...

  • USDA Oil Crops: U.S. Soybean Stocks To End Higher in 2011 ...

    USDA lowered its 2011/12 forecast of soybean exports by 25 million bushels this month to 1.275 billion while soybean crushing is forecast down 10 million bushels to 1.615 billion. Based on that lower use, season-ending soybean stocks on August 31 are expected at 275 million bushels.

  • Spiritwood Energy Park can’t terminate contract with North ...

    The planned soybean-crushing facility would produce 935,000 tons of soybean meal and 475 million pounds of soybean oil. The plant also would bring an estimated 60 jobs to the region.

  • China Trade War Rattles Investors in New US Soy Processing ...

    Dec 20, 2018  The trade war also prolonged the search for investors for a $54 million soybean crushing plant that St. Lawrence Soyway Company is planning for Massena, New York, near the border with Canada, CEO ...

  • Egypt Oilseeds and Products Annual 2019 U.S. Soybean ...

    Mar 31, 2019  Egypt’s soybean imports in marketing year (MY) 2019/20 are forecast at 4.0 million metric tons (MMT), up 500,000 MT from the MY 2018/19 estimate. Imports are driven by expanded local crush capacity and the demand for high-protein soybean meal and high quality oil

  • Edd's Supplies, Inc. Soybean Crush Outlook - Edd's ...

    Soybean crush pace picked up substantially in February and March. Crush remains a bright spot for soybean use as exports continue to disappoint. The USDA raised the crush forecast in April to 2.125 billion bushels, up 20 million bushels over the March forecast. Disruptions in meat supply chains, both foreign and domestic, may blunt further []

  • New Soybean Crushing Plant Provides Outlet for U.S ...

    Oct 04, 2019  Typically, a new soybean crushing plant must muscle its way into the local market but with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimating June 1 soybean stocks for South Dakota at 140 million bushels or 60% higher than the previous record high year, the July opening provided farmers with much needed consumption to clear out bin space and ...

  • U.S. soy processors build new capacity at fastest rate in ...

    Dec 11, 2017  Crushing plants produce high-protein soymeal feed for livestock and soyoil for food and fuel. U.S. processors are expected to open plants with capacity to process at least 120 million bushels of ...