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Welch on Wheat: Imports Increased, Exports Decreased

Welch on Wheat: Imports Increased, Exports Decreased

👤By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔May 13, 2015

Market Situation WASDE. Estimates of larger wheat ending stocks in the U.S. and world were reported in yesterday’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates. USDA raised old crop U.S. ending stocks on a 5 million bushel increase in imports and

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Welch on Grain: Domestic Corn Usage Down, Exports Up

Welch on Grain: Domestic Corn Usage Down, Exports Up

👤By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔May 12, 2015

Market Situation WASDE. Today’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates from USDA contained the first estimates of the 2015/16 marketing year as well as revisions to the old crop year. In the 2014/15 corn marketing year, feed and residual use

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Corn: 2 Billion Bushel Carryout Unlikely – farmdoc

Corn: 2 Billion Bushel Carryout Unlikely – farmdoc

👤By John Newton, University of Illinois 🕔Apr 13, 2015

The last time the U.S. ended a marketing year with more than 2 billion bushels of corn was 2004-05. At that point in time the “old era” marketing year average corn price was $2.06 per bushel. While “new era” corn

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Global Corn Stocks Raised, Domestic Wheat, Soybean Stock Decline – DTN

Global Corn Stocks Raised, Domestic Wheat, Soybean Stock Decline – DTN

👤By Katie Micik, DTN Markets Editor 🕔Apr 9, 2015

USDA increased domestic corn ending stocks while lowering stocks estimates for soybeans and wheat in its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report released on Thursday. All of the ending stocks estimates were within the range of pre-report expectations and

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Chumrau on Wheat: USDA Confirms Lower U.S. Seeding

Chumrau on Wheat: USDA Confirms Lower U.S. Seeding

👤By Casey Chumrau, U.S. Wheat Associates 🕔Apr 9, 2015

As the spring weather emerges and farmers are getting back in their fields, the prospects for the new U.S. wheat crop become clearer. The USDA provided a key piece to the puzzle on March 31 with its first Prospective Plantings

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Good on Grain: Corn Prices’ Relationship to Stocks-to-Use

Good on Grain: Corn Prices’ Relationship to Stocks-to-Use

👤By Darrel Good and Scott Irwin, University of Illinois, farmdocDaily 🕔Apr 9, 2015

The 2014-15 marketing year average farm price of corn, currently projected by the USDA to be in a range of $3.55 to $3.85, will likely be the lowest marketing year average since 2009-10 and about $2.00 per bushel less than

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Welch on Wheat: Texas Crop Conditions Improve

Welch on Wheat: Texas Crop Conditions Improve

👤By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Mar 10, 2015

Market Situation Crop Condition. The condition of the Texas wheat crop continues to run better than average according to the “Texas Crop Progress and Condition” reports. As of March 8, only 11% of Texas wheat was in the very poor

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Welch on Grain: Slightly Tighter Corn Supplies

Welch on Grain: Slightly Tighter Corn Supplies

👤By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Mar 10, 2015

Market Situation WASDE. Slightly tighter U.S. and world corn supplies were reported in today’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates. The supply side of the U.S. balance sheet was unchanged and changes on the use side came in 50 million

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Welch on Wheat: Domestic, Global Ending Stocks Both Increase

Welch on Wheat: Domestic, Global Ending Stocks Both Increase

👤By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Feb 11, 2015

Market Situation WASDE. Wheat ending stock estimates for both the U.S. and world increased in this week’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates from USDA. U.S. wheat supplies in the 2014/2015 marketing year were reduced 20 million bushels on a

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Keith Good: ‘Bull’s Eye’ on Crop Insurance? Maybe.

🕔Feb 11, 2015

Food Stamps vs. Crop Insurance? Jerry Hagstrom reported yesterday at National Journal Online that, “When Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack testifies before the House Agriculture Committee Wednesday, he is likely to get some tough questions about the Obama administration’s views on food stamps and crop insurance-and the

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