Global Markets: Coarse Grains – Production to Rise, Stocks to Fall

🕔May 11, 2018Global coarse grain production is projected to rise, driven by corn, barley, and sorghum. However, ending stocks are projected to fall. Global corn production is projected up with larger crops […]

Arkansas: Grain Prices Took Huge Bite Out of Sorghum, Wheat Acreage, Corn Fared Well

🕔Dec 15, 2017Arkansas grain producers found themselves dealing with fickle market forces in 2017, as grain sorghum and wheat acreage dropped sharply in the state, chiefly due to low commodity prices, while […]

Oklahoma: Red River Crops Conference, Altus, Jan. 17-18

🕔Nov 27, 2017The fifth annual Red River Crops Conference is set for Jan. 17-18 at the Southwest Technology Center, 711 W. Tamarack Road, Altus, Oklahoma. “Planning for Success – Crop Production Information Designed […]

Texas Corn, Sorghum: Water Use, Drought-Tolerant Hybrids Still Key to Dryland Production

🕔Nov 24, 2017Risk management is the name of the game when it comes to growing dryland sorghum and corn, which both offer cropping alternatives “when and if” conditions are right, according to […]

WASDE Coarse Grains: Larger U.S. Corn Production Offsets Increased Usage

🕔Oct 12, 2017This month’s 2017/18 U.S. corn outlook is for larger production, increased feed and residual use, and nearly unchanged ending stocks. Corn production is forecast at 14.280 billion bushels, up 96 […]

Mississippi: Sorghum Yields Shine; Acreage and Prices Sag

🕔Sep 22, 2017Mississippi’s grain sorghum acreage is at an historic low, and market prices are not much better, but yields should be good. Erick Larson, grain crops specialist with the Mississippi State […]

Mississippi: Grain Sorghum Acreage May Fall to Record Lows

🕔Jun 16, 2017Insect pressure and a stagnant market are pushing Mississippi growers away from planting grain sorghum. Compared with 2015, when the state had 120,000 acres of sorghum, producers harvested only about […]

Oklahoma Sorghum: Budget Operating Costs for Planting in June

🕔Jun 5, 2017Oklahoma farmers planting sorghum in June need to be aware that sugarcane aphid infestations before the boot stage can decimate their crop, underscoring the need to budget a corrective insecticide […]

Oklahoma Sorghum: Growers Face Late Planting, Replanting Decisions

🕔May 26, 2017This spring has presented a number of challenges to agricultural producers throughout Oklahoma, and sorghum growers have been no exception. “Most crops have struggled at some point this spring,” said […]

Texas Sorghum: High Plains Growers Hear from Specialists on Expectations for 2017

🕔Mar 30, 2017Producers may be concerned about planting sorghum this season, but several Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists said there are ways to prepare for upcoming issues and be profitable. During […]



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