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RCM Ag has put together a portfolio of ag newsletters, taking our 150 years of experience supporting local producers and commercial agriculture operations, and paring it down into daily and weekly newsletters, segmented out to some of the top commodity markets, delivered directly to your inbox.

RCM Ag Services Cotton Newsletter provides a unique daily analysis of the current events affecting the world cotton market, exclusive research from cotton market veterans, market recommendations, and a look into how this all will affect the cotton market moving forward.

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Lumber is one of the most reactive futures on the market make sharp movements based on supply & demand. The RCM Ag Services Lumber Newsletter delivers market updates, technical breakdowns, and lumber price updates in this one easy newsletter.

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Blog Digest

27 Jul 2021

Managing Today’s Market Risks through Short Dated Options with CME Group

It is no secret that commodity markets have been on fire over the past 12 months.   On today’s podcast we’ve brought on one of our real-life firefighters from RCM Ag – Jody Lawrence along with Tim Andriesen from the CME Group to provide us with some inside baseball knowledge of the current state of the […]

16 Jul 2021


Corn rallied this week following Monday’s USDA report that was relatively neutral. The USDA left expected US yield the same while slightly lowering the 20/21 ending stocks and raising the 2021 production. The USDA did lower Brazil’s corn production numbers, but some estimates still think they are overstating what it will be. The USDA dropped […]

04 Jun 2021


Volatility continued this week as the market suffered small loses week over week. Corn planting was seen at being 95% planted this week with the first crop condition rating of the year at 76% g/e. Early yield estimates from have national US corn yield at 173.2 BPA for a total yield of 14.4 billion […]